I had so much fun making my gold foiled succulent planters last week, and I still have a whole package of transfers left over. I found one design that looked like four-leaf clovers to me, so I designed this fun project as a way to use them! Did you know you can decorate raw wood frames with watercolors? It’s an easy technique that adds color to the wood without covering up the wood grain. This four leaf clover watercolor frame is great for St. Patrick’s Day especially!
Watch this short video to see how to get a soft watercolor effect on a raw wood frame. Please hop over and subscribe to my YouTube channel, if you aren’t already. I release two new videos each week!
My daughter found this four leaf clover during one of my son’s baseball games last summer, and it has been pressed between two gift cards in my wallet ever since. This frame is the perfect way to display that keepsake year round.
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