Watercolor Magnets – Think Crafts
These soft colors are a great way to accent any item you want to hang on your fridge. The simplicity makes for a great and fun craft. You can get the kids involved with this one, hanging their artwork with more of their artwork.
Watercolor Mugs – Poppytalk
Though these mugs are made with nail polish, mixing it with water is a great way to get a watercolor effect on these mugs. Grab some inexpensive mugs from the dollar store to experiment with and try some dishwasher safe Mod Podge to seal it.
Watercolor Flowers – Love Grows Wild
The light color of these flowers make for a refreshing take on paper flowers and a very pretty craft. The color will last and so will the flowers, no watering required.
DIY Watercolour Clock – Makers Society
Take a break from the recent trend of geometric design with this watercolor clock. The colors blend smoothly and make for a relaxed look. I love the contrast of the white clock hands to complete the clock.
Dyed Baker’s String – The Crafted Life
This dyed baker’s string comes with so many opportunities to make the exact craft you want. The possibilities range from gift wrap to macrame. Can you imagine a water color macrame wall art? Dyed ends would be perfect the perfect touch.
Have you tried any watercolor crafts lately? Let us know in the comments below! Also, be sure to check out some more watercolor design projects on our Craft Trends Pinboard!