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How to Make a Watercolor Hearts Tag


Who says you have to include a boring gift tag with your holiday gifts? Instead, find out how to make a watercolor hearts tag from Heidi Borchers and make something that stands out. Paper craft ideas can be fun, whimsical or pretty, and this one encompasses all three!

To create the look of water color, use Tulip Beads in a Bottle and acrylic paint. Use watercolor paper to create your tags - it will give you the best results. Instead of using actual watercolors, mix acrylic paint with water to create a thinner texture. The colors will also fade more and creare a pretty, muted look. Be sure to create a personalized tag that fits the recipient!



For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out Watercolor Hearts Gift Tag.

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