Halloween Scrapbook Layout: Cute Spiderweb Wax Resist
The first thing we're going to do is free draw a spiderweb using our white crayon. I'm just slowly going around the paper and putting in the details of our spiderweb.
It's a bit tricky to see the spiderweb at this stage because of the similar color of the crayon and the paper so go for what you think looks pretty good. Drawing in a nicely lit area will help you to see the drawing better.
After drawing the spiderweb, we're going to use our watercolors to paint on top of our spiderweb to create a wax-resist watercolor painting.
For this design, I used mustard-colored watercolors and some browns to create these different shades.
As you can see, that spiderweb has popped out really beautifully! It's such an easy technique that you can use to create a Halloween scrapbook background.
Here's another one that I made using the same process but with black paint. It's a really easy technique, and I know you're going to have everything you need in your stash to create this!
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