Washi & Watercolors: Creating Geopattern Backgrounds

Cara Saliby, Curly-haired Crafter

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8 Videos (19m)
    • Intro

    • Class Materials

    • Setting Up

    • Asymmetrical Pattern #1

    • Asymmetrical Pattern #2

    • Symmetrical Pattern

    • Specific Pattern

    • Wrapping Up


About This Class

Learn how to use washi tape and watercolor painting techniques to create simple, beautiful geometric patterned backgrounds. Finished pieces can be framed as art, used as lettering backgrounds, utilized as personal greeting cards, and more!

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Fun ideas
This instructor has a real talent for teaching. A pleasure to watch and a great technique, fun and easy to follow with lots of ideas on how to use in many different ways. Thank you for sharing!
Lucie Duclos

Design + illustration

With these simple lessons, I'm sure to enjoy creating these cards. I'd like to make my own note cards to send to my customers.
Kimberly Purcell

Just Want To Learn Stuff





Cara Saliby

Curly-haired Crafter

Hello there! I'm Cara and I have been crafting since I was a little girl. Drawing, painting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, beading, embroidery - the list goes on! When I was little, making was my escape and fueled hours of my play time. After spending the past 10 years working in business operations, I'm pulling out my craft box, brushing off the dust and playing again. Come join me as I dig into creative projects that bring us all into a fun, inventive, relaxing frame of mind!

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