Butterfly Stained Glass Coloring Book

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Courier Corporation, 1985 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Butterflies are among nature's most beautiful creations, with delicate, intricately patterned wings in exquisite color combinations. Sixteen illustrations of butterflies - alight and aloft, feeding and resting - are crisply rendered for coloring by artist Ed Sibbet, Jr., suggesting unlimited possiblities for colorists of all ages.

Printed on special translucent paper, these ready-to-color designs will produce vivid stained glass pictures. Use crayon, felt-tip pen, watercolor, tempera or oil paint to achieve eye-catching visual effects. You can even color both sides of the paper for richer, more vibrant hues.

With the "Butterfly Stained Glass Coloring Book" and your own personal touch, it's easy and fun to create striking stained glass displays. Mount them on windows to catch the light and compose exciting decorative combinations, or use them in craft projects that call for splashes of dazzling color and elegant, one-of-a-kind butterflies.


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