This original image is turned into a paint by numbers kit. Each kit includes a great quality template printed canvas, a 4 brush set, handy little pots of acrylic paint, and a map just in case you need to find a number you missed. Each of our projects is about 12 hours. Paint however you would like. Enjoy!
• 16 x 20” ready-to-paint premium printed canvas
• Pre-mixed acrylic paints in handy little pots
• Set of 4 paint brushes
Each kit is made for success. The areas are clearly marked and numbered so that you just match the paint with the number. Start at 1 or your favorite color...no rules. Layer the paint for a little bit of depth. Beautiful success in a tube.... have fun and likely you will want more than one.
I love the design; however the printed numbers are too dark/paint too transparent to cover. I would also recommend making the color key page a bit larger; perhaps the same size as the painting itself.
I got the zealous zinnias as a gift. I am currently working on it. It is fun and challenging. There is a lot of detail in this one and I can only do about half an hour at a time. But, that is me. I cant wait to see how it turns out.
I find the paint consistency very very
thick. I keep adding drops of water in the paint container and stir. By doing this it dilutes the paint but color gets lighter. Is this happening with all your paints. Thanks Mrs S
Just finished my first Pink Picasso. So Excited! I felt the quality is reflected in the price. The canvas came in a tube, no fold marks like other kits. When I had problems with dried paint, the company immediately resolved with new paint (much better quality). The paints are brilliant, bright and fun! The neon colors needed an extra touch of paint but I loved those touches the best. The Van Gogh in me loves thick paint texture so I was fine going over the numbers and lines with gobs of paint. I think it gave it a more authentic look. My family is Jealous of my Zealous Zinnias so now guess what everyone is getting for gifts....
Things that made my life easier: taped the canvas to a foam board, got a table top easel, magnify glasses with headlights.