This is probably my favorite project in the series. The doily makes the watercolor design look so intricate, but the project is so easy to create.
I've used this method for valentines, wrapping paper, cards . . . it's so easy to do, you'll want to do it over and over.
What you'll need:
-watercolors (again, any will do--basic crayolas, whatever)
-watercolor paper, card stock or white butcher paper for wrapping
Step 1: Place your doily somewhere on your paper as a stencil. Using as much color and water as you prefer, paint over the doily (using too much water will cause lots of bleeding and make the pattern hard to discern.)
Step 2: Place the unused side of the doily (or a new doily) on another part of the paper.
Step 3: Repeat the process over and over!
You can leave white space or paint in between the doily designs. You can add a little writing to personalize it too.
Remember, you can't mess these up! Just give it a try. Fast and easy.