This kit is a little different... the image is from Paige Knudsen, a photographer & friend from Atlanta, GA. We love her work! Thanks, Paige, for lending us your image! @paigeknudsen Follow along!
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 are about 12-15 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.
The paint is very thin. I am on my 4th layer of paint and the numbers are still showing through which is a bummer. I've had to re-paint the canvas 4 times. I've purchased multiple paint by numbers from different companies and this paint is the worst. Also, the paint brushes provided were horrible as well. The packaging was very nice. I just wish they would put the money into the product as opposed to the packaging.
I purchased beach bliss after painting two flower paint-by-number kits from Pink Picasso. I found it easier to paint because it had less small overlapping areas, with the exception of the chairs. I completed it 2-3 days sooner than I did the other two paintings. My only issue was the pale colors of the sky and water, which I knew before purchasing the kit. I decided to brighten my painting up. I’m very happy with the end result.
So fun and unique!
It is a gift for my brother.
I loved the design but some of the areas to paint were so small the numbers ran together with the next section, making it more difficult to select the correct color. Also several of the paints I received were extremely thick and dry and almost impossible to use (colors 15-16). Colors 20 & 22 were also very thick and I was disappointed to discover the little cups of those colors were practically empty when I opened them. I can’t finish the painting because of the minuscule amount of paint I was given in those colors.