Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Meditative Stone Art Review & GIVEAWAY

Create your own beautifully painted stones with Meditative Stone Art by Maria Mercedes Trujillo Arango. Learn how to get the stunning results you see below! Maria shows exactly how she paints her elegant stones from beginning to end. This includes her preferred tools and supplies, what she looks for when collecting stones, where to find and how to prepare them. There are 44 step-by-step projects - 21 mandalas and 23 nature-inspired designs. These include single and multi-color mandalas, flowers, leaves, fish, beetles, butterflies and moths. All come with a level of difficulty (most are rated easy), a supplies list and comprehensive text and photo instruction. Three ways of putting a design on the stone are looked at in detail - tracing, using a grid and drawing freehand. Templates for all designs are at the back of the book. See the complete table of contents below. Rock Point released this 144 page paperback May 12, 2020.  It is also available in e-book format. Get your copy below!
Meditative Stone Art is available worldwide at Rock Point Gift & Stationery. Check our their unique catalog at Rock Point Gift & Stationery. Rock Point Gift & Stationery is a division of the Quarto Publishing Group USA. Quarto has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until July 30, 2020. Canadian and US addresses only. Good luck!


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16 comments:

  1. I also like the Cross Stitch The Golden Girls book.

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  2. I would also like to have this book from their collection: Play, Make, Create, A Process-Art Handbook.

    Nancy
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  3. I'd love Art Lab for kids and Paint Lab. Looks like great inspiration!

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  4. I know my granddaughter would enjoy the Jane Goodall book for Kids.

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  5. Pocket Art: Portrait Drawing is a book that I would love to have

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  6. I would also like DIY Hydroponic Gardens

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  7. I would also like the Little People, BIG DREAMS book for my grandson to enjoy.

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  8. I have to have Cross Stitch The Golden Girls! I don't even cross stitch, but I totally would for that! LOL

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  9. I think the Sewing 101 book would come in handy for me...I've always wanted to add that skill to my repertoire.

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  10. I would love to purchase a set of the Little People, Big Dreams children's books such as Marie Curie. My granddaughter would enjoy these.

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  11. I would like the Practical Organic Gardening book

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  12. I'd love to get the book Don't Wake the Dragon.

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