Floral Crown Paint By Number Canvas Art

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Capture the whimsical charm of the countryside with our Floral Crown Paint By Number Canvas Art. This art piece charmingly juxtaposes the rugged Highland bovine with a soft array of blooming flowers, creating a piece that exudes rustic elegance and an unexpected touch of whimsy.


  • Material: The artwork is printed on a canvas known for its long-lasting quality and ability to hold vibrant colors.
  • Special Features: The juxtaposition of floral elements with the stoic Highland bovine makes for a striking and memorable image.
  • Technical Specifications: Utilizing advanced print technology, the image is rendered in high resolution, ensuring crisp and vivid visuals.
  • Shape: The art is presented on a rectangular canvas, a shape that fits well into various interior design schemes.
  • Pattern: The bovine's face is framed with a diverse pattern of flowers, giving the piece a lively and organic feel.
  • Texture: The print mimics the texture of fur and petals, lending a realistic quality to the canvas.
  • Design: The artwork’s design emphasizes a contrast between the animal's natural strength and the delicacy of the florals, making it a statement piece.
With its engaging design, the Floral Crown Highland Bovine Canvas Art is a striking piece that adds personality and a natural aesthetic to any room. 

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