Paint-by-Number Botanicals: The Easy, Relaxing Way to Create Gorgeous Paintings

Paint-by-Number Botanicals: The Easy, Relaxing Way to Create Gorgeous Paintings

by Catherine Guadagnolo
Paint-by-Number Botanicals: The Easy, Relaxing Way to Create Gorgeous Paintings

Paint-by-Number Botanicals: The Easy, Relaxing Way to Create Gorgeous Paintings

by Catherine Guadagnolo

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Overview

Relax and Unwind with 30 Ready-to-Paint Numbered Designs

Experience the joy of painting with this innovative workbook where contemporary design meets the paint-by-number method you know and love from your childhood. All 30 numbered outlines are printed on high-quality, smooth, thick, single-sided art paper that’s ideal for acrylic paint. Ranging from lovely garden flowers such as peonies, dahlias, sunflowers, and roses to lush orange blossom branches and monstera leaves, each botanical painting features soft color palettes to soothe your mind with the beauty of nature. The method is simple: Just tear out the numbered design along the perforated edging, follow the color map included, and feel your stress melt away as a masterpiece blooms effortlessly beneath your brush.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645676089
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Publication date: 10/18/2022
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 486,129
Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Catherine Guadagnolo is an artist and the founder of Cate Paper Co. She specializes in modern paint-by-number kits and other creative art kits geared toward adults. She lives in the Washington, DC, area.

Table of Contents

Introduction 8

Acknowledgments 10

About the Author 11

How to Use This Book 12

A Note About Paint and Supplies 13

Color Palette for This Book 13

A Guide to Color Theory and Color Mixing 15

Color Terms 15

The Color Wheel 16

Mixing Colors for This Book 18

Color Maps 20

Paint-by-Number Paintings 51

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