Give yourself a chance to relax and forget about any stresses that may be on your mind while you enjoy bringing a lovely painting to life. If you so desire, you could share this experience with someone else and form bonds and memories with your loved ones. Not only can completing a painting give you a strong sense of achievement, but you will also have the perfect painting to either use as a house decoration or to give to someone as a gift that was made from the heart.
Difficulty Rating: 4.5 out of 5
This kit includes:
* Natural Canvas: 40 x 50 cm (15.7 x 19.6 inches)
* Set of environmentally-friendly and water-based Acrylic Paint
* Set of 3 nylon paint brushes of different brush sizes
* Fixtures for hanging your finished painting
* Easy-to-follow Instructions
* Digital blueprints available upon request
Processing time: While our processing time is 3 business days, we generally process orders in 0-1 day.
Shipping time: We ship all orders with 1 to 3 day first class mail and include a tracking number. *See COVID-19 note below
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*COVID-19 Note: Due to the pandemic, there are shipping delays on a global scale, including within the US. With that being said, we have noticed that small percentage of our packages have experienced a COVOD-19 related shipping delay over the last couple of months. While the majority of these delays only experience a delay of a few days, a very small handful have experienced up to a few weeks delay. Rest assured, 100% of our packages have been delivered and we have never had a package get lost in the mail.
Wow, I am absolutely amazed by how photorealistic this painting turned out. I plan on framing it and giving it as a gift to my mother
Hi, Really like the piece so far. VERY difficult:) With the lines and numbers were printed in grey as the black is nearly impossible to cover and I'm having to use a white pen to cover the lines and even then some of them are still showing up and even on some of the darker reds. And yes I have tried to double and triple coat. Very frustrating especially with so many light colors in the piece. Still having fun. Just painstakingly tedious with those pesky black lines and numbers.