Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Create an Acrylic Background

Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Create an Acrylic Background


Happy Valentine’s Day, Sketchbook Skolars! Today, Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene is sharing our love of creativity with this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday.

In this video, Koosje shows you how to make a beautiful hand-crafted Valentine with an acrylic background. It’s easy and makes quite an impression! You can also use this technique on other kinds of hand-made greeting cards and party invitations. Creating cards yourself makes a special occasion even more special.

Share your love of creativity—post your hand-crafted Valentines on social media with the hashtag #sketchbookskool so we can see them. And happy Valentine’s Day!

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