There are a ton of different options of things you can do with watercolor elements and papers. I recently made a few to give as gifts and thought I would share with you all how to make beautiful printables that you can frame!
To begin, you'll need a few things. I own quite a few brush script fonts. Here are a list of my current favorites--you can find lots of them on The Hungry JPEG in some fabulous and reasonably priced bundles--but hurry because they expire each month!
Next, you'll need some watercolor elements and papers. Here is the set I'll be using for this tutorial (the set includes both the papers and the elements).
First up, you can make your font have this beautiful ombre look in just a few quick steps.
First, type the text that you want (I am using Powerpoint).
Here are a couple of examples from some printables I made to frame in our grey and yellow nursery. I just changed the dimensions in Page Setup to be square to fit in these basic square frames (Amazon affiliate link)I have.