Diamond painting is an easy and enjoyable activity for crafters young and old.
1.Snuggling up together with your family or friends to draw this handmade product to enjoy the joy of family improve and consolidate relationships. 2.During this finishing process, can reduce stress, help emotional adjustment, enhance self-confidence and perseverance, cultivate patience and finally experience proud and successful. 3.Cultivate children\'s practical ability and patience, improve their understanding of color and aesthetics.
How To Diamond Paint:
1. Understand how to read the canvas. The canvas is composed of tiny boxes that are colored and labeled with numbers. Each number corresponds to a diamond color. The numbers are written on a chart, with the corresponding bag and diamond color written below or next to it. The chart is printed on the side of the canvas. 2. Unroll the canvas and tape it down onto a flat surface. The canvas is covered with a protective plastic film. The chart area is sticky if you peel back this plastic film. It\'s recommended that you do not remove the entire piece of plastic film at once. Instead, start from the bottom, work your way up, slowly peel back the film. 3. Look at the chart and determine which color of diamond to use. Put the diamonds in the tray. It\'s recommended to work with one color at a time. Position the diamonds with the flat side down by slightly shaking the tray. 4. Dip the tip of the applicator pen into the gel. The gel will enable you to pick up the diamonds. 5. Gently press the tip of the applicator pen to the rounded side of the diamond.
Peel back the plastic film to uncover the area you are working on and carefully press the diamond onto the symbol box. Repeat Steps 4-6 until your design is completed.A good gift to making surprise and enjoying happy time with your dear, you can.
Bought this thinking it was something out wasn't. I decided to do it anyways. I like it a lot, however there are a lot of small pieces and if you have kids it ends up in their mouths.
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I have not had a chance to finish this one as it's one of many in a collection but the stones are beautiful and the design is extremely colorful and is actually full drill. It's a round stone... read more »
Have done a few of these before, they are time-consuming but overall very relaxing. All pieces and parts arrived, very small crystals so be careful of that. Always enjoy doing these, look fo... read more »
This diamond painting kit by #MySNKU is really pretty. The canvas is full drill and it has everything you need to complete it. It has all the diamonds and the colors are listed right on the canvas. It... read more »