Finger Painting for the Whole Family [NOOK Book]

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Many around the world are fascinated with the art known as finger painting. However, did you know that you too can learn how to finger paint?

Finger painting is a light-hearted, relaxing pastime which has a way ...
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Finger Painting for the Whole Family

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Overview

(This book can be found in the Public Domain. Much time has been spent scanning, converting and bringing the information back to life as a digital download. Enjoy!)

Many around the world are fascinated with the art known as finger painting. However, did you know that you too can learn how to finger paint?

Finger painting is a light-hearted, relaxing pastime which has a way of growing on one who dabbles in it. It has many interesting possibilities, but above all, it is sheer good fun to begin with.

Although you can really "make pictures" by this method, there is no long apprenticeship needed before you acquire a technique. It is not just for those who have had preliminary art training. Anyone can do it!

Even though you may think that you have no talent for design or composition, if you practice the field of finger painting crafts for an hour or two you will feel your imagination stirring and ideas will begin to come.

If this has captured your interest, we can help!

If you have ever considered finger painting, stay tuned! You are about to discover the wonderful world of finger painting for yourself.

Introducing "Finger Painting for the Whole Family", soon to become a powerful resource guide to learning how to finger paint just like the professionals!

Here is some of what you will find inside:

• PAINTS AND PAPER
• STEPS IN FINGER PAINTING
• PAINTING A PICTURE
• HOW TO DESIGN YOUR PICTURES
• PRACTICAL USES FOR FINGER PAINTINGS

And much more!

With many illustrations in this hands-on guide, "Finger Painting for the Whole Family" is sure to whet your appetite for finger painting!

From finger painting for kids to proportions, balance, and form, "Finger Painting for the Whole Family" will get you started in finger painting sure to please.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your copy of "Finger Painting for the Whole Family" today and begin enjoying this timeless form of expression known as finger painting!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012589491
  • Publisher: Learning Life eBooks
  • Publication date: 5/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 309 KB

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