Hi! If you have been following me for a while (if you haven’t, what have you been doing?? Follow me on Instagram and Youtube channel!), you know that I love watercoloring and also love doing water-splattering technique.

When doing water-splattering, you can never exactly know what results you would get and I think that’s the beauty of it. So for today’s project, I am going to share how to create a watercolor piece using this technique!

Distress Spray Stains are very concentrated and pigments are intense. You can mix your own mist using reinkers, but the intensity isn’t quiet the same. So I used this point as my advantage in creating watercolor projects. You just need a very small amount of drops and splatters.


After you add splatters onto a watercolor, you are going to spray clean water and let the water to all the blending work! It is very easy to do and fun to watch. I highly recommend letting it dry naturally, you will get a nicely blended and dried watercolor piece.


Embrace white spaces on your watercolor paper – I did not cover up the whole area with pigments. I like leaving white spaces on my projects because they help your colors stand out even more.

Don’t you just love the intense and beautiful color combination? I hope you give it a try!


See below for all the products used in today’s project. Click EH for Ellen Hutson, SSS for Simon Says Stamp, and AMZ for Amazon. All the products were personally purchased, otherwise noted. Enjoy shopping and happy creating!

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