Diamond painting is an easy and enjoyable activity for crafters young and old. Based on the same concept as mosaics and paint-by-
Here are 5 deadly mistakes you often make in Diamond Painting. In this email we also recommend you some good tips to avoid those mistakes.
Diamond painting requires patience to make it perfect. I know many of us diamond-paint seriously but sometime we still make mistakes which make our pictures imperfect. 80% of Diamond painting artists believe that working in a bad light condition is the main problem. If you have to work in that condition or your eyes can't work as well as before, we recommend you to try the Lightpad Diamond Painting. Please click the How-To-Use Video below for more information.
As we said before Diamond painting requires patience to make it perfect. But there's a tool that can help you save time by painting multiple stones at the same time. Please use it wisely (don't misuse it). We have a video of it below. Hope you'll find it helpful! Check out the Magic Pen Video
Having trouble viewing small objects? Worry no more. With the Doraemon Sewing Viewer, you will soon be able to see small objects clearly. This is a great gadget for grandpa, grandma and people with eyes' problems.
If you don't like Doraemon, you can try something even cooler which is Doraemi Doraemi Magnifying Glass. For the video please click on the button below
Well, I think there's no need to say more about this! Arranging your stones and tools is the very first step to have a perfect project. We recommend you to choose a Durable Painting Box!
Every pattern has its own characters such as the size/shape of the stones, the contrast, the materials etc. So we recommend you to try new patterns when possible because this will greatly help you improve your diamond painting skill. Check out some great patterns here: