Paint by numbers baby shower

PAINT BY NUMBERS BABY SHOWER

We threw a flora and fauna baby shower for my photographer and friend Melissa Leavitt and her new baby, Mabel (see the first photos here) and rather than play games, we decided to do what we do best and get crafty! Ashley and Victoria came up with this paint by numbers set with a woodland theme, which can also act as artwork for the baby’s room. Double whammy! With some sweet frames, they’re perfect for the little one or for house decor in general. We’ve provided everything you will need for the set including the print outs for the artwork and number labels for the jars. Score!
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Photography by Lindsey Orton  |  Flowers by Amber Reverie   |  Crafting by Ashley Isenhour and Victoria Riza 

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  1. Hiiii wow this is all my dream being an elementary art teacher and pregnant with her first lil beb who is to be named MABLE GREEN! Crazy!!! So glad I found this post. Is it still possible to access the drawing templates? Thank you for this!!

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