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Create a DIY birthday card with watercolour and calligraphy for your friends!
Ever caught in a moment where you forgot to get a birthday card for the party you’re heading to? Well, it’s always healthy to keep a nice stack of cards that you can use whenever the occasion calls for it. But once in a while, you know that you just have to get that special card for that person. This card is perfect easy enough to create a couple of times to ensure you’re prepared for birthdays, and also for special ones.
Materials you’ll need:
Cardstock Watercolor and a variety of brushes (I used a flat brush, a round brush and a small liner brush)Calligraphy pen + White ink (alternatively, you can use a sharpie or any other pen)Extra sheet to use as a stencilScissorsEnvelopeTwine (optional)
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I partnered up with Gentri, Emmily, Daryl, Erin and others to create a positively gorgeous wedding inspiration shoot. I loved my wedding, but come on. These flowers make me want to plan it all over again.
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