Paint by Number Kit National Parks: Capture America’s Most Beautiful Places! Kit Includes: 5 Paint by Number Canvases, 10 Paint Colors, Paintbrush, 48-page Instruction Book (Kit)
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Paint five stunning scenes of American wilderness, each from a different national park, and learn about their fascinating history and wildlife with this paint by number kit and book.
From the breathtaking views of Grand Canyon National Park to the waterfalls of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the land set aside for the United States national parks is as beautiful as it is diverse. Visit five of the parks (Arches, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Great Smoky Mountains, and Glacier) as you create the art in the Paint by Number Kit National Parks.
Inside, you’ll find:
- 10 acrylic paint pots
- 1 paintbrush
- 5 textured canvas boards (8 × 10 inches)
- 48-page book about the national parks
Each canvas image is divided into individually numbered shapes. Just match each shape’s number to the corresponding paint color number, then paint away and feel yourself relax with the soothing activity and park scenery—you’re on your way to creating your own landscape masterpiece.
The book is full of facts, stories, and history about the national parks. For instance, though Grand Canyon National Park is home to ninety mammal species, the most dangerous is the rock squirrel (who each year bites dozens of visitors attempting to feed it). The Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone has erupted a million times since it was first recorded in 1872.
Take a virtual trip to the national parks by painting these frameable designs!
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