Adult Coloring Book Gift Basket
XL CANVAS TOTE BAG (Choose Color / Slogan Below)
- 15" h x 11.5" w x 6.5"
- 2 Open Pockets
- 1 Side Pocket
30 PREMIUM COLORED PENCILS SET
- 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.
2 DESIGNS ARTIST'S COLORING BOOKS
- 31 full-page tear out designs for coloring
TWO Pairs Dr. Scholl's Spa Socks
- Non-Binding No-Skid Bottoms
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