Sunday, March 04, 2018

Stone Painting for Kids Review & GIVEAWAY

Put collecting and painting stones on your summer bucket list! Expert stone painter and best selling author of The Art of Stone Painting F. Sehnaz Bac is back with an issue for children called Stone Painting for Kids: Designs to Spark Your Creativity. The author shares her uncomplicated technique of stone painting with step-by-step instructions, accompanied by large, full-color photographs. Learn how to pick and prepare your stones for painting and what supplies and techniques work best. This kid friendly volume starts with simple projects like numbers and letters, then progresses to more detailed designs - suitable for both girls and boys. It is packed with appealing designs all done using easily found, inexpensive materials -  pencil, acrylic paint, brushes, paint pens and acrylic varnish. Her painting method is well-tested. She sells her exquisite stones on Etsy. There are very clever ideas of what to do with your finished painted stones - some for play and some for learning. Get your copy below.



CONTENTS

Stone Painting: A Totally Fun Thing to Do!

Geometric Shapes
Numbers
Letters
Hearts
Faces
Multipebble Flowers
Mushrooms
Dominoes
Shellfish
Chess
Multipebble Rabbit
Words
Flowers
Houses
Shell Butterfly
Vehicles
The Sky
Animals
Tic-Tac-Toe
Multipebble People
Memory Game
Blackboard Stones
Washi Tape on Stones

Bonus
Stone Play
Mathematics
Scenes & Themes
Story Telling Stones
Spelling Game

About the Author





Stone Painting for Kids is available worldwide at Dover Publications. Dover, Great Books, Variety & Value Since 1941. Check out their catalog at Dover Publications. Dover has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until March 18, 2018. Canada & USA. Good luck!




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Red-crowned Crane by F. Sehnaz Bac




26 comments:

  1. I'd like Made in a day-Modern Frames. No body can have enough frames!

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  2. I would love to read Art Deco Fashions.

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  3. I would also love Creative Haven Butterflies Color by Number Coloring Book

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  4. I'd also like to give this book: Alphabet? Alphabet!: A workbook of uppercase letters and beginning sounds.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater: The House and Its History, Second, Revised Edition love reading about waterfalls

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  6. I would love to get the BLISS Flowers Coloring Book: Your Passport to Calm. I have this "thing" about coloring flowers. It calms me so much! I love coloring.

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  7. Alphabet Mazes By: Fran Newman-D'Amico would be perfect for my youngest who is really into mazes lately. He has been searching through all his coloring books to find them. He's pretty good for a 3 yr old.

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  8. I love this. We do this and are going to put on friends' porches secretly and in the community.

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  9. Nature looks like a good book to read.

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  10. Creative Haven Deluxe Edition Animal Woodcut Designs Coloring Book looks nice

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  11. My daughter would love the Princess Super Sticker Book!

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  12. I also would love to have the Big Book of Geometric Designs and Illusions to Color book

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  13. I would like to give The Adverntures of Tom Sawyer to my grandson.

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  14. I think my Daddy would really enjoy the Country Tools and How to Use Them book.

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  15. I would also like Alphabet Search: Activity and Coloring Book

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  16. BLISS Nature...
    Jessica Mazurkiewicz such a pretty book

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  17. I think my daughter would like the Deluxe Edition Animal Woodcut Designs colouring book!

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  18. I would like the Egg Decoration by Susan Byrd book

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  19. We like Alice Starmore's Glamourie By: Alice Starmore, Jade Starmore

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  20. I would like Empowered Love!
    ~Andrea

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  21. I'd like to have Harry and Meghan: A Love Story Coloring Book.

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  22. Even though it's out of stock, I like Alice in Puzzle-Land: A Carrollian Tale for Children Under Eighty.

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  23. We would love to have the Make in a Day: Crafts for Kids book!

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