Carousel Animals Coloring Book by Christy Shaffer, Coloring Books, Horses

By Christy Shaffer, Coloring Books, Horses

Among the main captivating American well known arts of the early 20th century used to be the carving of fanciful, problematic animals to grace the carousels that abounded in leisure parks around the state. This meticulously rendered coloring booklet celebrates the ornate attractiveness and personality of the carousel carver's art.
Colorists and carousel fans of every age will get pleasure from Christy Shaffer's 30 finely drawn, ready-to-color illustrations, all in accordance with actual vintage carvings. each one is observed by way of a caption detailing interesting evidence in regards to the animals.
Whether you're a kid dazzled through the magic of those carousel creatures, a nostalgia fanatic, or a lifelong merry-go-round fan, this coloring ebook will deal with you to a scrumptious flavor of the prior as you colour and produce those enthralling animals to life.

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Make sure to wrap the strips as tightly as you can. Tuck the ends of strips under other strips as you go. 4 When your ball is almost as big as you want it to be, start tying (instead of just wrapping) the strips again. Your knots don’t have to be big, but they should be tight. Supplies old bed sheet scissors newspaper craft glue fabric paint, any color or colors 5 When the ball is the size you want, tuck in the knots and ends wherever you can. This will help make the outside of your ball smooth.

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