Paintworks® Village Steps Paint-by-Number Kit

Item 451466
Spend a picturesque afternoon strolling down the cobblestone steps towards the distant mountain lake in this peaceful village scene. Paint-by-number kit includes pre-printed textured art board, high quality acrylic paints, artist paintbrush, and easy instructions. Frame sold separately, brings out the beauty of your artwork. 16 x 20" (41 x 51cm).
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Paintworks® Village Steps Paint-by-Number Kit
Item 451466
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 5 reviews)

Panama City Beach, FL
November 11, 2015
"Am working on this one now. I think its going to be very pretty. Is easy to paint."
August 21, 2015
"village steps paint by number it is very colorful and it looks like it would be easy to paint I have been buying paintings from you for years and I love to do them. only wished you would come out with some different ones and no mix kind thank you marie dexter"
June 04, 2015
"Love it but made my usual modifications Never been to Italy & I guess they may have blue mtns BUT I modified them to be more like the ones we see in the US by changing them to a lot more shades of borwn--much better! I felt there was too much blue in the picture for me."