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Motif Magic: Amazing Designs from Around the…

Motif Magic: Amazing Designs from Around the World to Color (Color Magic)

by Ars Edition

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New from the best-selling Color Magic series! Motif Magic is another meditative coloring book that combines the youthful joy of coloring with the sophisticated composition of distinct patterns that everyone can color, share, and enjoy. These dazzling, intricate motifs include pharaohs and flowers, palm trees and peacocks, Buddhas and dream catchers, and other cultural designs inspired by locales around the world. There's a reason that coloring is a popular pastime with adults today because it encourages us to slow down, challenge ourselves to try something new, and create something that is simply exquisite. Best of all, once you complete these beautiful images, they are ideal for decorating, framing, and gift-giving.… (more)



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