I have had this huge frame over my mantle for months because I couldn’t figure out what to do with it. When my Supreme Ruler arrived I knew it was the perfect size to make a Grid Watercolor Frame.
I started by cutting my cardstock with my Supreme Ruler and my exacto knife. Because the ruler has a non slip bottom and it is 18 inches long I was able to do this with one cut.
Next I marked the inside of my frame and made marks with my ruler every 2 cm. The Supreme Ruler has inches and centimeters and it is transparent, allowing you to make precise measurements for your projects.
After I had marked all my sides I created my grid.
I am no expert when it comes to watercolor, I simply filled every diagonal with a different color and tried to use a rainbow pattern.
I let my watercolors dry and then erased all my pencil marks.
This project was easy and fun! The Supreme Ruler with its metal rim, non slip bottom, easy grip handle and size was a huge help! I am already thinking on my next Supreme Ruler project. What would you use your Supreme Ruler for?
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