MAKE IT YOURS
Learn this simple marbling art technique—all it takes is a few materials and plenty of creativity.
Apply liquid watercolor, then use an empty and clean condiment bottle to manipulate where your paint goes. Keep it empty to blow air across a pool of paint, or fill it with water to guide and dilute the pigment. Don’t be afraid to get playful: Sprays and spatters contribute a really cool effect.
Gently press down on the canvas in different areas to let the paint roll and pool for organic swirling patterns. To avoid possible fingerprints, use a blunt tool (like a brush or spoon) that won’t cause a permanent indent.
We found it easiest to work on our large canvas, opposite, in quadrants. Once you’re satisfied with one section, move on to the next. The less manipulation, the better and more natural-looking your painting will be. If you mess up, use a paper towel to soak up the water and paint.