Paint By Numbers!

paint paint everywhere

but dont eat it

even though it looks like frosting

While I didn’t actually do a paint by numbers kit…

I was strongly reminded of them while doing this.

Each number corresponds to a color I want to use. It’s a way to plan ahead.

It’s loads of fun and y’all can do this easy.



What is

Paint by Numbers

Paint by number (or painting by numbers) describes kits having a board on which light blue or gray lines indicate areas to paint, each area having a number and a corresponding numbered paint to use. The kits were invented, developed and marketed in 1950 by Max S. Klein, an engineer and owner of the Palmer Paint Company of Detroit, Michigan, and Dan Robbins, a commercial artist.

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