Over the years I’ve accumulated a lot of rubber bands that are just sitting in my junk drawer. Instead of letting them collect dust, I came across this unique craft using RoseArt Watercolors to create a rubber band artwork masterpiece! Take a look and try it out!
Here are the supplies needed for this craft:
- RoseArt Watercolors
- Rubber Bands (grab about a handful to start!)
- White Watercolor Paper
To start, take your watercolor paper and stack it on top of the cardboard. Take as many rubber bands as you’d like and wrap them around the paper and cardboard, creating a unique lined pattern. The more rubber bands, the better.
Add water to your RoseArt Watercolors and mix around. Then dab your sponge in the watercolors and gently press onto the watercolor paper. Add several colors and fill the paper completely!
Be sure not to get watercolors under the rubber bands in order to keep the unique lined pattern.
Allow the artwork to dry then gently remove the rubber bands.
Now you have your very unique, one of a kind masterpiece – and who would have guessed it came from your RoseArt Watercolors and rubber bands! Enjoy!