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Draw Tip Tuesday: DIY Holiday Cards


Have last-minute holiday cards to send out, and ran out of store-bought ones? Good! You still have time to make beautiful cards yourself with this Draw Tip Tuesday from Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene.

All you need are watercolors and a few pens. Follow Koosje’s simple instructions and you can make as many cards as you need, painting a new one while you wait for the paint on the previous ones to dry. After you see how simple it is, you’ll always want to make your own cards! Don’t forget, you can make great New Year’s cards this way too. Happy drawing, and happy holidays!

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And if you need a last-minute holiday gift, click here for Sketchbook Skool gift certificates.

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