By Donna Dewberry
Portray gorgeous domestic accents is simple with Donna Dewberry! Her well known, confirmed one-stroke technique—which enables you to colour, color and spotlight all in one brushstroke—is a cinch to benefit, no matter if you’ve by no means picked up a broom prior to. You’ll quickly end up decorating every little thing from crystal stemware to mailboxes to the partitions of your house with superbly hand-painted plant life, culmination, leaves and different fascinating touches! higher and extra thorough than the other how-to e-book at the subject, this must-have source for all issues one-stroke includes: •Over two hundred colour images sincerely illustrating each aspect of the one-stroke strategy, plus tips about moving styles and lettering •12 all new step by step tasks for portray tiles and glassware, floorcloths, cupboards, door knobs, drawer pulls, and lots more and plenty extra •5 fresh portray suggestions that take you past one-stroke •Donna’s foolproof suggestion for developing your personal appealing designs subscribe to the millions who've came across this famously easy, flexible portray technique—and get pleasure from profitable effects you’ll be proud to teach your folks and relatives!
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