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Watercolor With Me: Christmas Cards
In this one-time class, students will paint along with me and create 2-3 watercolor Christmas cards!
This one time class will introduce students to watercolor painting by teaching them how to paint 2-3 watercolor Christmas cards. No prior knowledge or experience with watercolor or painting is necessary. This class is for novice artists and any student who is curious about painting! Students will gain basic knowledge about how to use watercolor paints while having a great time expressing their creativity! During instruction, I will have one camera filming my own painting as I create it. A...
Students will learn the basics of "wet-on-wet" watercolor painting by experimenting with paints and water as they create their cards. Learners will also develop beginning skills in working with watercolor paints in pans. For example, they will learn how to use different amounts of water to create colors that are more or less saturated.
Supplies for this class include: -kid's watercolor paints in at least 5-6 colors **Pans of dry watercolor are preferred. Any brand will work, but I recommend avoiding Crayola as the pigment is quite lacking and tends to cause artists to feel frustrated when trying to use them. At my local craft store, I was able to find a lovely set of store brand paints for under $10.) -watercolor paper (Before class, please trim to the size of your desired card. I would suggest 4x4 inches or 4x6 inches if you are unusure.) - round paintbrush (one will suffice, but it may be helpful to have two in different sizes) -cup of water (to clean brushes) - a papertowel -black waterproof marker (a sharpie will suffice) Optional Supplies (mostly for adding finishing touches to cards) -spray bottle filled with water (to moisten the paints) -metallic gel pens (I recommend silver and gold from Uniball Signo in the BOLD tip size) -white gel pen -puffy paint or liquid perrles -glitter glue -rhinestones or crystals -glue -ruler *NOTE: Feel free to gather any supplies that you think you might like to use to decorate your Christmas cards! Your creativity is encouraged!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
My name is Dominique, but you may call me “Nikki” or "Teacher Nikki"! I've been teaching for 5 years in multiple different classroom settings. I've been a pre-kindergarten teacher, an elementary school substitute teacher, and for the last three...
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 18 learners
Live video meetings
2-7 learners per class