Spring in Japan kit
Why you will love Paint By Numbers
Perfect For Beginners - Match the numbers on the canvas with the corresponding labeled numbers on the paint. It is easy to follow and suitable for all artistic abilities.
Relax - Take your mind off stress and anxieties. Research shows that creative activities like coloring and painting help reduce stress.
DIY Home Decoration - Create your own wall art, add a frame to your painting so you can hang it on your wall.
Fantastic Bonding Activity - Grab a wine and spend a night in with family or friends to create your own beautiful piece of art to share.
The Perfect Gift - This makes for a thoughtful gift for anyone who enjoys crafts.
How it works
The container and canvas are marked with corresponding numbers.
Paint the container number (14) to the corresponding number (14) on the canvas.
Apply all the paint with the corresponding numbers on the canvas until complete
Once all the paint is applied, your painting will be complete.
- Choose a comfortable chair and surroundings, with plenty of space and light.
- A small container of water and a cloth is required to wash and dry paints between colours.
- Make sure your paintbrush is dry before dipping it into the paint pots.
- Start with the smallest areas, then work your way up to medium then large.
- Paint the whole of one colour first, don’t stop and start.
- Be sure to let the paint dry between colours to avoid any smudging
- There should be no gaps between colours.
- Take a picture of your blank canvas, it helps with small areas that can be painted over by mistake.
Paint Plot Paint By Numbers kit
In addition to your canvas, you will also receive a full set of acrylic paint and paint brushes. You can also purchase a framing kit for an additional cost.
A complete acrylic based paint-set, with all the colors you need
3 different paint brushes for wide and narrow areas
*Optional Frame - Add an optional frame to your Canvas.
Canvas Size: 16" x 20" / 40 x 50cm
Canvas Material: Linen Canvas
Paint Type: Acrylic
Frame Material: Timber
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This one was one of the hardest paintings I’ve done, but really fun. I did some extra things to make the painting more like the digital pic online such as blending the water, adding windows to the building, putting more structure to the bridge and making the leaves of the trees more realistic by spiking the canvas with my paintbrush. Very satisfied with the results!
Lots of tiny intricate detail / final painting comes out less light / bright as the picture.
I’ve done 6 of these paint by numbers now and this one was the hardest - lots of small details -had to paint using a handheld magnifying glass. The reference sheet (with numbers) was completely unusable- blurry & illegible printing. I ran out of two colours: no. 2 and no. 7. Ended up buying a tube of white paint and mixing more of those two colours. One of the brushes (the broad one) came apart- all the bristles cane out when I dipped it into the paint the first time. Overall, the painting came out darker and less bright than the picture- the water and reflection especially came out very brown and murky and muddy. IMHO I think the No. 11 is “too brown”
Bit of more than I could chew
Loving doing it. But I think I should have started with something easier, lucky I had a magnifying glass with lights so that I could see the numbers, there so small. Its going to take me months to do it, but enjoying the experience and looking forward to seeing the finished product
Spring in Japan
I wasnt a huge fan of the color scheme. The dark browns and greens threw me off what I thought the picture would look like. The thing I did enjoy was the intensity of it. Very small plots which I like.
Super relaxing! Exactly what I needed.