53 thoughts on “Holiday Card Series 2019 – Day 16 – Easy DIY Tree

  1. Stunning elegant simplicity… πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»β£οΈ

  2. I absolutely adore this idea!!! What a wonderful family activity!! I can’t wait to blast the Christmas music and set up the table with all my artist elves! Thank you for sharing this and all your other ideas. God bless! πŸŽ„β€οΈπŸŽ„

  3. I LOVE THIS!!!! I have all of these materials, and I LOVE the ease of using watercolor like this! BEAUTIFUL! Thank you for sharing, Kristina! 🎨

  4. my husband watched the video with me and he is very impressed and says "I guess you don't really need stamps." YIKES . great card. you are so talented!!

  5. I love this idea. So effective and simple where you could make quite a few. Thanks for the ideas. I cant believe day 16

  6. I love that you've used the low-end of the supply market and made one of my favourite cards of the series this year. Concept, technique and flawless execution win out over expensive tools and supplies!

  7. I appreciate the fact you will show projects made with very inexpensive tools. Art supplies can get pricey, so it is really nice to have fun ideas for crafting on a budget, especially for those of us without painting talent or experience. The card turned out really pretty!!

  8. Hahaha….are you tired of explained why 'Star of May'….too funny. Another 'winner' for me Kristina….only you can take such a simply and kid-friendly technique and turn it into a beautiful card. Love the simplicity of this and the color palette, as always, is gorgeous! TFS

  9. I like how beautiful, yet easy to make this card is. I think I will try it out using my Prima watercolors like Terrain or Currents as they over quite a variety of shades in green and blue. And I guess I will use some kind of gold or sparkle in addition 😁

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