This beautiful Blue dandelion diamond painting kit pictures 4 flowers / plants and a cute butterfly flying above the flowers.
Do you love paint by numbers or cross stitch? If so, this is a new way of crafting that combines both crafts.
This diamond painting is considered partial drill which makes it perfect for beginners. It is a perfect way to relax and destress your mind from the mundane tasks of everyday life. All the while making beautiful, fun wall art for your home.
Great project to do. Makes for a great DIY decoration for around the house!
Canvas Size- 40*30cm or approx 16x12 inch
Picture Size- 24*34cm or 9.5x13.25 inch
DIY Blue Dandelion & Butterfly Diamond Painting, 5D Partial Drill Round 30*40cm
Simply unpack box
Take out painting
Remove part of the cover on painting
Choose a color to start with
Poor that color into tray
Use the pen and push it into the clay
Take the pen and push onto diamond
Place diamond onto corresponding letter, number or symbol
- 5D- These paintings have drills (diamonds) that have five facets. Each facet reflects off the light falling on it, since 5D has more facets the reflected light will make the picture sparkle more. A five-faceted drill will give off a brighter, more glittery finish to the painting which will enhance the beauty of your very own diamond painting!
- Partial Drill- Only part of the painting is going to be covered in diamonds. This allows for the painting to sparkle in just the right areas. It helps highlight certain parts of the painting.This leaves the end product as a beautiful canvas with sparkling diamonds, in just the right areas.
- Round Drill- The diamonds included in this kit have rounded edges vs. square edges. Round drills are good for anybody looking to try a diamond painting. They are typically easier to pick up and place onto the painting.
- Package Includes 1 of each of the following- A resin diamonds that give your painting its sparkle, grooved plastic tray to help keep your diamonds sorted, a pen which is used by dipping it into the included clay. The clay sticks inside the pen to help pick up the diamonds in order to place on the adhesive canvas.