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Make watercolor art with Spring printable

Written by: | Published: March 20, 2017 | Updated: September 05, 2023

Print and color this Springtime flowers coloring page. Then repurpose your pretty coloring pages to make colorful Spring art. Grab your watercolor paints and a paintbrush and make a beautiful and easy watercolor art piece. Then use your finished art for decor or a set of pretty notecards.

Make watercolor art with spring printable
Make watercolor art with spring printable

Make watercolor art with Spring printable

You don’t need to be a pro watercolor artist to make pretty watercolor art. Using a coloring page, you can apply the color to fill spaces, overflow beyond the art lines, and blend however you’d like. The coloring page art will define the image, you add the color!

Use watercolor paints and coloring pages to make pretty art
Use watercolor paints and coloring pages to make pretty art

You can choose whatever colors you’d like to paint your coloring pages. Choose a rainbow of bright or just a few muted pastels… you decide and make the art you love. You could also use colored pencils or markers or make a mixed media piece with layers of extra pages and embellishments.

Make Spring watercolor art with coloring pages
Make Spring watercolor art with coloring pages

The coloring pages become a foundation that you can easily transform into your own art decor piece. Create a variety of painted pieces for sets of stationery or note cards or a wall art montage.

Download the floral coloring page here. Or check out all of my free printable coloring pages and start making your own fun art!

Try something new and make your own Spring art! I’d love to see what you create.

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