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American Wildflowers Coloring Book

by Dover

Displaying the beauty and variety of America's most popular wildflowers, naming and locating each species, this most unusual volume is created for coloring. Redrawn from the original Smithsonian plates by well-known illustrator of children's books, Paul Kennedy, each of the 46 renderings is ready to be colored as realistically or as imaginatively as you choose. Paperback, 48 pages.
ISBN:486200957. DOVER

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American Wildflowers Coloring Book

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Helen B. from Los Angeles, CA says:

What I discovered about this book and others similiar to it is that they make great patterns for embroidery. Using tracing paper and pencils for copying patterns found in embroidery supplies one can make...[more]

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Rated by: Helen B. in Los Angeles, CA
What I discovered about this book and others similiar to it is that they make great patterns for embroidery. Using tracing paper and pencils for copying patterns found in embroidery supplies one can make their own iron-on patterns. Great source for inspiration and economical too!
Rated by: Ellen H. in Grantham, PA
I bought this for my roommate as a birthday present and she loved it. The pictures are beautiful and they are a welcome relief from class homework.
Rated by: Carolyn S. in Tallassee, AL
Wonderful Book!!! Many of the flower contained in the book grow in our own gardens. When mother is not able to work in her own gardens, she can sit down and color a garden.
Rated by: Brenda C. in Baltimore, MD
I bought this coloring book, along with the garden flowers one, for an adult friend as a gift along with colored pencils. she is an avid gardener. These detailed pictures are interesting to the adult colorer. A fun winter pastime for a flower person.

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