Watery Lettering
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Tips & Tricks

Watery Lettering

1. First, cut your letters or background (White Vinyl)to shape.

2. Then, place tap water in a spray bottle.

3. Next, spray some smaller drops all over the vinyl, after this spray some on your finger tips and flick bigger drops all over the vinyl.

4. Take Royal blue and Teal Spray Paint and spray one from the top and one from the bottom almost level with the vinyl.

5. Let water evaporate.

6. After evaporation the effect will be water and it looks real because you actually used water to complete.

7. Clearcoat if you want, but there is no need.

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