Watercolour Paint a Christmas Wonderland inside a Bauble | Christmas Ornament | Watercolor painting

Emma Witte, Chief Pen Wizard at Black Chalk Collective

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7 Videos (19m)
    • Part 1: Materials

    • Part 2: Sketching the Outline

    • Part 3: Creating the Background (1 of 2)

    • Part 4: Creating the Background (2 of 2)

    • Part 5: Adding Trees

    • Part 6: Adding Snow

    • Part 7: Finishing Touches


About This Class

Get into the holiday spirit and unleash your inner watercolourist with this simple and fun project!

This class will show you step-by-step how to paint a Christmas winter wonderland inside a bauble (ornament) shape - using as little as ONE colour of paint! Perfect for the front of a Christmas card, a festive print for your home, or simply just for fun.

This class covers:

  • Materials you'll need
  • How to paint a gradated background using watercolours
  • How to paint a foreground of trees that create a sense of depth
  • How to add details such as snow and a metallic outline to finish the piece

This class does not cover:

  • Detailed overview of supplies
  • Basics of watercolour techniques

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16 of 16 students recommendSee All

I liked this class. The instructor was easy to follow and gave clear instructions and I could paint along as she demonstrated. this class was well taught and the end result was very nice.. I recommend it,
Emma does a nice job of showing some basic watercolor techniques, and she has some great tips.
Kim Bliss

Graphic/Surface Designer | Artist

Beautiful little Christmas ornament. Would love to see more watercolour videos from you. I'm not sure if it was just my iPad, but I had trouble with the volume and hearing you talk. Enjoyed your painting process very much. Thanks!





Emma Witte

Chief Pen Wizard at Black Chalk Collective

Hey, party pen peeps! I'm Emma, and I'm an artist from Melbourne, Australia. My love affair with art was reignited in late 2015 when I discovered brush pen lettering. Brush pens are still main bae, but I now get my hands dirty with pointed pen calligraphy, illustration and watercolour. I had an enjoyable career in corporate administration but left that world behind in mid-2017 to run my own show, make art all day run a creative publication called Penultimate Magazine and an online waterc...

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