Watercolors + lettering = WOW (& here's how you do it!)

We know watercolors are wonderful.

We know lettering is lovely.

But did you know you could combine these two mediums to create something that's even greater than the sum of its parts?

Lettering with watercolor creates such a stunning, unique effect that makes your project pop -- but how do you do it?

Thankfully, It's not nearly as hard as you think!

Check out this post to find all of the materials, steps, tips, and tricks needed to take on watercolor lettering for yourself ⬇️ ⬇️

OR you can hop into the free Resource Library and watch the class replay!

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Watercolor lettering really is a lot easier than you think, so don't be afraid to give it a shot, Reader.


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