I love this project and have been doing these today with alcohol inks. I paint gesso on a sheet of bristol paper, but card stock would work great too. After it’s dry, I take small felt pads on a stamp block (made my own with sticky velcro
Single Color Wet-on-Wet Watercolor Painting
Single color wet-on-wet watercolor painting is a wonderful way for young children to learn about and experience color. It is a process art technique used and taught in Waldorf education in schools and homes all over the world. When finished your beautiful creations can be made into cards and other crafts.
**WANDA SHARP'S PIN: Break out those paints and brushes and try your hand at these watercolor techniques for beginners. You'll learn basic skills like creating gradients and layering colors that'll come in handy for all your future works of art.