Art Workshop : Watercolor Gift Tags | Grace Rajendran
For the Holiday Season, I wanted to give something fun and festive (and useful! ) to the community with a free demonstration on how to make watercolor gift tags. Here was how I set up the space at University Bookstore: As you can see, I also organized a Gift Wrapping class ( which someone else taught) that was held right after mine! My class went really well and we had such a fun time make lots of tags to take home and use for all of our gift giving this season! I taught them how to do three different styles of tags: 1. Messy Abstract 2. Repeating Pattern 3. Dip dye TOOLS: 1. Watercolor paper. I used Fluid 140lb cotton cold press. It was the perfect weight to hold our wet techniques but not too thick that the tag press wouldn't punch through. 2. An assortment of watercolors in whatever colors you want. I picked turquoise, mauve, sap green, vermillion, gold, and a palette of glittery kids paints. 3. Watercolor brushes. A good selection would include a large