Full Tutorial: How to DIY – The Perfect Watercolor Christmas Gift

I’m so excited. I just can’t hide it.

Christmas is coming. Do you know what that means? Presents.

I’ve started my “DIY presents for the family”. What can I do when there are so many members that will join me on the Christmas dinner?

We are going to a special place. Our village house is locked & loaded waiting for us.

I can already feel the clear breeze. The fresh smoothie has a different taste when I’m up there.

The view. Oh, the view is another part of the story.

That’s why we decided to “climb” up there for Christmas. It will be unforgettable.

But, I can’t go without presents.


If you start spending money and buy a present for each member of your family, that will be a lot.

Our family comes with a tradition for crafting our own presents. This is the time of the year when we rarely talk to each other.

We don’t want to give up our ideas.

I think I know what my daughter will give me. I kind of overheard when she was talking to a friend over a phone.

I felt bad about it, but what can I do.

Because Christmas is right around the corner, here is an idea you should consider doing.

It’s really nice. It’s easy to do. And perfect for those who want to get wacky with their ideas.

I’m talking about watercolor. This process of coloring items became very popular.

I’ve seen a video for a person who watercolors helmets for the military. Later on, I saw him painting different car parts.

I always wanted to learn how to do that. Now, you have a chance to do the same thing with me.

It came out that you can do this with nail polish.

What do you need to make this project?

  •      Two colors of nail polish
  •      A bowl where you can dip the item
  •      Toothpick
  •      Quick hands

Okay, Got them. What are the instructions?

  •      Pour the nail polish on the water. Can you see it float?
  •      Stir gently and make a nice swirly mix
  •      Dip the item in water, straight up and down
  •      Watch the video for better step-by-step instructions

How’s that for a Christmas gift?

I’ll definitely use this technique and see if it works for some of my items around the house.

Don’t forget to tell your friends what you learned today.

Source: PositiveMed

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