Create masterpieces with botanical paints

One afternoon I was having a cup of coffee at my friend’s home (before she sadly moved to Texas), and I noticed a fantastic canvas painting. “I love that picture!” I told her, and I asked where she found it. While I’m no art major, the picture was fairly abstract but it matched her kitchen colors perfectly. She sort of laughed and said her (at the time) 9-year-old daughter had painted it.

She gave her four specific colors and asked her to paint whatever she wanted on a canvas using those colors. Brilliant! Create your own works of art.

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Trying to capture the perfect shade of basil green? Walls calling for tangerine orange? Like paint but hate the toxins? Then create your masterpiece with our Glob Botanical Paints.

These paints are actually pigments made from fruits, vegetables, spices, and organic extracts. Not only are they gorgeous colors, they smell fantastic too: the pomegranate smells like pomegranate, the basil smells like basil, the snozzberry smells like snozzberry (just kidding, checking that you’re paying attention!). Because they come as powdered pigments, just add water to create as much or as little paint as you need.

paint kitBotanical Paint Kit includes 6 color packets*, 6 compostable jars with lids, and 2 bamboo brushes with an aluminum ferrule and cruelty-free bristles, all packaged in a rice paper pouch. *6 Botanical Colors: Lemon Verbena, Blueberry, Pomegranate, Tangerine, Plum Purple, and Basil Green.

paint setBotanical Paint Set includes (4) 1/2 oz. jars of natural, botanical, watercolor pigments: Lemon Verbena, Blueberry, Pomegranate, and Basil Green. More concentrated than the color packets, these watercolors maybe dried and reconstituted.

Daily Green Special: Both our Botanical Paint Kit and Set are on sale! No coupon necessary, but sale price only lasts until tomorrow’s post. Stock up now for summer activities, gifts for the budding artist, or your own works of art. Happy Tuesday!

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