I've been having a great time changing the colour of white hydrangea flowers using portable watercolour sheets. You can get these watercolour paints here: http://bit.ly/AstarsWatercolors - it's an excellent way to match and tone with any décor, or perhaps you are looking for the perfect colour for your wedding. The paints are actually laid down into the sheets and with the water pen/brush, all you do is squeeze the pen down onto the colour desired and off you go!
You will need:
- Viviva water colour sheets: http://bit.ly/AstarsWatercolors (use the code 'ASTARSPLACE' at the checkout to get an extra 10% off!)
- Flowers to be hand coloured
- Vessel to hold flowers once painted to allow drying
- Bowl of water
Not only can this paint be used on fresh flowers, it works equally well with artificial. It's so easy and the results are amazing. To paint my hydrangea I used sap green with a little light green along with peacock blue. They will dry a lighter softer shade if you dip them in water once painted.
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