Twilight Serenade Scenery Paint By Number Kit

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Immerse yourself in a nocturnal masterpiece with the Twilight Serenade Scenery Paint By Number Kit. This paint-by-numbers kit is a portal to a serene evening by the waterside, offering a chance to create artwork that captures the tranquil essence of dusk. With each brushstroke, bring to life the dynamic sky, reflective waters, and the cozy abode nestled in the embracing arms of nature.


  • Size: Unveils a spacious canvas of 16x20 inches for an expansive artistic creation.
  • Material: Utilizes a durable canvas fabric designed for a smooth painting application.
  • Special Features: Numbered painting areas ensure a guided experience, revealing a detailed landscape with every color filled.
  • Technical Specifications: The set includes non-toxic acrylic paint pots with a spectrum of colors needed to flawlessly capture the scene's ambiance.
  • Shape: The canvas comes in a traditional rectangle, easy for framing and mounting.
  • Pattern: Depicts a detailed and idyllic landscape under the glow of moonlight, with a captivating sky and serene water reflections.
  • Texture: A fine-textured canvas allows for an even spread of paint, enhancing the visual effect of the final piece.
  • Design: The kit presents a thoughtful composition featuring a moonlit night, a tranquil stream, and a rustic cabin, all enclosed by lush foliage.



I just started but I'm really enjoying this kit. I used to love doing paint by numbers as a kid and this kit feels like an adult version with all the little spaces to paint and the fact that it is on canvas. When I'm all done I hope it will look good enough to hang. Either way it is a great way to relax and unwind after work.

Maddie White

This helped me so much to feel like I can make something beautiful. I'm learning patience and it is giving me something to do to relax. I highly recommend this for anyone who likes to make lovely things. It comes with small brushes and paints. I do recommend having it put on a canvas frame first to make it a little easier.

Rebecca Coffino