This simple, stylish DIY idea involves placing a numeral sticker on a watercolor postcard, and crisscrossing over it with a wide brush.

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Credit: Alpha Smoot

THE TOOLS

  • Vinyl number stickers
  • 4-by-6-inch watercolor postcards
  • Paintbrush
  • Acrylic paint
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Credit: Bryan Gardner

HOW-TO

  1. Apply a vinyl sticker to the center of a postcard, pressing firmly to ensure a tight seal.
  2. Lightly brush paint over the sticker in a vertical direction, and then repeat horizontally, making sure to brush well around the entire outline of the sticker.
  3. Let dry completely before peeling off the sticker.

THE DETAILS

Fluid 100 watercolor paper, $5.75, and Chartpak 3" vinyl letters, $12.75, dickblick.com. Martha Stewart Crafts "Multi-Surface" craft paint in magenta rose, $2 for 2 oz, michaels.com.

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