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paint•y

(ˈpeɪn ti)

adj. paint•i•er, paint•i•est.
1. of, coated, or soiled with paint.
2. having a crudely or clumsily painted surface.
[1865–70]
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You could use vintage maps tied with red ribbon for keen travellers; get kids to put painty handprints on brown paper for their grandparents; or for a special friend, wrap your gifts in a photocopied collage of favourite photographs.
The Coventry art gallery will open its doors for a Print Fair, live drawing and DJs, open mic storytelling sessions, Painty workshops and Knit and Natter sessions.
A Painty event, in a nutshell: It's best to check in about 30 minutes before the event begins, most establishments offer a full menu at the bar while you wait.