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Black Sexy Panties Lace Butterfly Pattern Crotchless Thong For Women Cheap clothes, free shipping worldwide

Black Sexy Panties Lace Butterfly Pattern Crotchless Thong For Women Cheap clothes, free shipping worldwide


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Shown Color Pink, True Red, Black Design Semi-Sheer
Embellishment Lace Pattern Lace
Fabric Spandex Components T-back
Pieces in Set 1 Piece Occasion Indoor
Group Women Season Summer
Waist(inch) One Size :19¾-31½ Weight 0.03kg




December 4, 2017
Absolutely love this!!!!! I'm coloring it so it can be read to my grandkids. Beautiful illustrations to color and a wonderful story!!!
November 16, 2017
I love this book. A lot of coloring. You can go to youtube.com and there are people on there that will show you how to color each picture with beautiful colors.
October 11, 2017
I love Johanna's books, and like many others I was really looking forward to this one. This one is not my favorite. I'm not into the storybook theme, it takes up too much of the book. It isn't that I don't like her drawings in this one, either-I really do like them. In fact, when I saw the picture with the desk and little objects all over the place, I got really excited that she got away from the plants and animals theme (which are great). I was hoping there would be more pictures like that in the book, but there are only a few. I feel like she wasted so much space with the story thing. I can see the appeal of the storybook, if you're someone who was planning a masterpiece as a keepsake. But I would have liked to maybe see her make a storybook version and a regular version. Johanna, we love your books, but we buy them because we want to color!

I also don't like the new size of the book, because it makes it harder to keep the book open. Go back to the old size, it was amazing! So, not into the storybook theme, and I'm not a fan of the size. Otherwise, the book is nice.

Edit: I would like to give 4.5 stars if I could. I changed my mind, I actually really love the drawings in this one. Many of them are quite beautiful and creative. It actually feels like this one has a lot more variety, which I really like. So, I'm editing to give another half star.

Edit 2: I've come back to give 5 stars, I really warmed up to this book. It's my favorite now. I actually bought another one because I tried a bunch of different coloring techniques on the first one and I want a do-over on a lot of the pages! The most fun thing for me is the metals and jewels, I have used those pages to really step up my colored pencil technique. Johanna should make a whole book of just shiny things (and more food pictures would be really fun). I'm ready for her next book already, I'm a huge fan!
December 9, 2017
I really like this book and I like the story that goes along with it. Joanna I love your artwork you're so good!!! I have a lot of coloring books but I find myself always going back to yours.
December 22, 2017
Love this beautiful coloring storybook and yet another win for the artist Johanna Basford. Would recommend to all coloring levels from beginner to advanced just beautiful whimsical coloring pages.
December 2, 2017
BeUtiful book and full with details. It leads your imagination y. It's intricacy and eye for beauty is apparent. I recommend this book for the advance and for those who like a challenge.
November 3, 2017
Absolutely beautiful book. The art work is precise and detailed. The paper used in this book is exceptional, very heavy and fine toothed. Johanna Basford continues setting the bar for coloring book quality.
November 21, 2017
Amazing book! Beautiful imagery, a lovely little story scattered amongst the pictures. The paper is beautiful and heavy, making blending easily managable. Very typical of all of Johanna's books. Well worth the purchase!
November 27, 2017
A lovely older child’s storybook to color. There are whole pages to color and many designs on the pages with text. The paper is beautiful. I’m going to have my book spiral bound for easier coloring, but if you want to flatten the spine a bit, it will lay flat enough to color.
October 11, 2017
 I will attach a silent, full length flip-through of the storybook/coloring book as well as a few sample photos so you can judge for yourself as to whether or not this coloring book will work for you.

Once again, Johanna Basford is blazing a new path in the coloring genre. With “Ivy and the Inky Butterfly”, she has published a beautiful storybook about a young girl and her adventures in Enchantia. Along with the lovely story, there are great coloring elements on all pages. Whether the design is merely framing around the words of the tale or if it is a full page (or even a two-page spread) of illustration, Ms. Basford's signature style is immediately evident. There are beautiful flowers and animals as usual. There are also scenes with a high amount of detail. Some of my favorites are those which feature Ivy, who is a cute little girl. The illustrations are highly detailed and only a very few have smaller and intricate areas to color.

As with her most recent coloring books, there appears to have been a concentrated effort to reduce the elements which span across the binding if the page is a two-page spread designs. In my book, some pages line up fantastic and some are a little off. The only real problem I have with the book is that due to the intense glue binding, it is very difficult to get into the seam unless you, as I did, break the spine. The inherent problem with that is that you risk having pages come loose over time. It seems like the book is glued together much more heavily than previous books by Ms. Basford.

I want this book to be a keepsake I read to my grandchildren and which I plan hand down to my granddaughter once I have finished coloring it, so loose pages can be a problem. I solved that problem by, in addition, buying the UK version of the book which has a sewn binding. I'm waiting for delivery and will include comments about the differences (in the comments below) once it arrives. You can find the UK version of the coloring book here: Ivy and the Inky Butterfly

The paper is ivory as just it has been for the last couple of books. It is not the same color of cream as used in “Secret Garden” or “Enchanted Forest”. Nor is it the white color that was used in the first four printings of “Lost Ocean”. It seems to me that the paper has a smooth side and a slightly rough side and that it alternates in my book.

The cover is attached and has green and gold foil highlights. The inside of the front and back covers have French folds (partial fold-outs.) There is a color palette test page at the back for testing your medium to see what seeps through or not.

This is what I found as I colored in this book and tested the paper with my coloring medium.

Alcohol-based markers bleed through the page quickly.

Water-based markers (except for Tombow's) leave shadows and even spots of color on the back of the page. The brush end of Tombows did not bleed through.

Gel pens and India ink did not bleed through the page.

Colored pencils worked well; however, they worked better on the slightly rougher side of the page. On the smoother side, my oil-based pencils did not grip the page as well but were still acceptable. I tested both oil and wax-based pencils. I was able to layer the same color for deeper pigment, layer multiple colors and to blend with a pencil style blending stick (again, better on the rougher side than on the smooth side.) Pencils did not leave indentations on the back of the page.