Water (in a spritzer)
Heat Tool (optional)
1. Prepare your flower for painting. Now I say this because I know many of you may purchase packages of individual flower sections. I like to purchase floral branches of white flowers and use those instead. You can pluck all the flower heads off the branch and disassemble the flower so you're left with many flowers for pennies a piece.
2. Lightly dab the desired colors of paint on the flower. I like to use 2-3 colors at a time but you could use one just as well.
3. After you have your flower painted like you want, it's time to saturate them with water. You want enough water to really dilute the paint and make it spread over the entire flower.
4. Now you just have to let your flower dry...or you're impatient like me you can speed up the dry time and use your heat tool ;)
And here's how mine turned out....
Sooo much fun and the color possibilities are endless!