Palmer Paints™ Maggie the Messmaker Paint-by-Number Kit
Item 456240
Decorate your craft room with colorful wall art of a craft-loving kitty! Now you can paint like beloved American artist Charles Wysocki with this charming paint-by-number scene that re-creates his signature folk art style. Kit includes 12 acrylic paint colors and artist paintbrush. Frame sold separately, brings out the beauty of your artwork. 20 x 16" (51 x 41cm).
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
2.05

(based on 2 reviews)

October 01, 2018
1.05
"Very disappointed. Was so looking forward to working on this kit. Paints don't go on well, they are streaky and have to be filled in alot. The instructions for the shaded areas are not clear and make it hard to figure out what colour to use. Will not purchase this company again."
By Cheryl Lee
Sweet, ID
June 30, 2018
3.05
"I haven't started this yet, but in looking at the board and paints I must say I'm disappointed. The shading for mixing paints is so close that it's really hard to tell which mixture it is. Even looking at the picture doesn't help on the small items. I think this will be fun to paint once I get over being exact in the colors and settling for close as I can get."