Crayola Artist Studio: Rock Painting
Crayola Artist Studio: Rock Painting by Silver Dolphin Books at Cmc Schools. MPN: 282284. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Turn any rock into a one-of-a-kind creation by painting, coloring, and embellishing pieces of nature to make something fun! Easy-to-follow instructions teach kids how to make all kinds of cool creations, including animals like frogs and ladybugs, or colorful rock displays using the letters of their name. But the fun doesn’t have to stop there! Thanks to their imaginations, there’s no limit to what kids can create. With a 48-page book and a kit with 18-count Washable Crayola Kids' Paint,
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Turn any rock into a one-of-a-kind creation by painting, coloring, and embellishing pieces of nature to make something fun! Easy-to-follow instructions teach kids how to make all kinds of cool creations, including animals like frogs and ladybugs, or colorful rock displays using the letters of their name. But the fun doesn’t have to stop there! Thanks to their imaginations, there’s no limit to what kids can create. With a 48-page book and a kit with 18-count Washable Crayola Kids' Paint, five Crayola Glitter Glue Tubes, one Crayola Paintbrush, ten Pom-Poms, and one Paint Palette, this fun kit comes with all the art supplies kids need to get started. With more than 15 cool rock projects, Crayola Artist Studio: Rock Painting provides hours of fun and a foundation for artistic expression.
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Silver Dolphin Books
Silver Dolphin Books
1.63 x 10 x 11 inches
10 x 1.65 x 11.18 inches
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