Kids hand painted watercolor cards made into gifts for friends and family members

I know Christmas is over, but we didn't want to spoil the surprise for our friends and family members, so I'm just now sharing them with you. These watercolors are winter heavy, but the same idea can be used anytime of the year to make a special gift for friends and family members.

My 13 year old daughter painted them and I think she did a great job.

Come see what each of them looks like and find out how you can make your own.

 My daughter has some amazing talent. She's unbelievably creative and is a wonderful artist and crafter.  She sat down one afternoon and started painting items we had around the house or things that inspired her, like this red berry wreath

and this forest of trees.

She also created some of her own designs.

I think this one is my favorite!

After she painted the cards, I took them to the local copy shop. I had them color copy each print on cardstock. Then we cut each card down to size and folded them when we got home.
Isabella tied each set up with string and they made a lovely gift set. You could take nearly any of your child's art work off to the copy shop and turn their art into a lovely gift don't you think.

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