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XL CANVAS TOTE BAG (Choose Color / Slogan Below)

  • 15" h x 11.5" w x 6.5"
  • 2 Open Pockets
  • 1 Side Pocket


  • Create luminous drawings with this deluxe Studio Series Colored Pencil Set! Premium colored pencils have soft-core leads for superb color laydown and smooth and easy shading and blending. Let these premium pigments bring your drawings to life. This comprehensive colored pencil set contains: 30 premium pencils in a spectrum of colors. Sharpener Eraser. Basic tips for using colored pencils. A convenient transparent reusable storage case. Storage case measures 12-9/16 inches wide by 10-5/6 inches high by 3/8 inches deep.


  • 31 full-page tear out designs for coloring

TWO Pairs Dr. Scholl's Spa Socks

  • Non-Binding No-Skid Bottoms


According to The Healing Power Of Art Art may not be able to cure disease, but it can surely make coping with it a lot better. Researchers have acknowledged the therapeutic qualities of art for years, and today, art therapy is used to help people express themselves when what they are feeling is too difficult to put into words, such as when they are faced with a cancer diagnosis. Research shows this form of therapy often has tangible results. One 2006 study, for example, found that mindfulness art therapy for women with cancer helped to significantly decrease symptoms of physical and emotional distress during treatment. Another study from the same year concluded that after only one hour of art therapy, adult cancer patients of all ages overwhelmingly expressed comfort and a desire to continue with the therapy. "People with cancer very often feel like their body has been taken over by the cancer. They feel overwhelmed," Joke Bradt, a music therapist at Drexel University in Philadelphia, told Reuters. "To be able to engage in a creative process... that stands in a very stark contrast to sort of passively submitting oneself to cancer treatments. Its not just those with cancer that can benefit from the visual arts, either. Art therapy is also helpful among people dealing with a variety of other conditions, such as depression, dementia, anxiety, and PTSD.

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  • 5
    Everyone loves to color!

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 1st 2019

    This gift set was perfect for a friend recovering from surgery. Exactly what I was looking for and the recipient loved it! She said the coloring books kept her occupied for hours and helped her to de-stress after surgery. The inspirational message on the bag was an extra special touch. Thank you for offering such interesting and unique products.

  • 5
    They Loved It!

    Posted by Amanda M. on Jun 24th 2018

    My recipient, whom is in recovery from heart surgeries, is thrilled with their surprise. She iz allergic to most flowers, and obviously, is on a strict diet. This gift set was just what I was looking for. Thank you!

  • 5
    Perfet Gift for a Bored Patient

    Posted by Rachael Wilson on Feb 21st 2018

    I have given this gift 3 times to friends recovering and they have loved it!