Are you looking for a fun summer art activity that uses markers and a spray bottle? I’ve been going through my supplies and trying some new things. I decide to experiment with my Tombow Markers. I found I can make beautiful backgrounds by coloring cards with Tombow Markers then mist them with water and let them dry. I think you could use this technique with any water soluble marker.The cards curl up when they are wet, but flatten as they dry. Here are some cards I created with step by step photos.After it was dry I did some flower doodles with a white Sharpie Paint Pen.
For this one I started by splattering green acrylic paint on the card. After the splattered paint was dry I added the flowers with the Tombow Markers then sprayed them with water and let them dry. (Splatter Paint Tutorial)
Here is one more done the same way.
It is interesting how you can use your art supplies in a new way to create something with a different look!
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