Diamond Painting Heather by Hannah Lynn / MGL
Size 50 x 36 cm - 19.6 x 14.1 inch
Based on the same concept as mosaics or paint-by-number activities, diamond painting involves using rhinestones to create bright, colourful patterns. This kit allows you to create a canvas with mesmerizing colours. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation with this simple and fun activity that frees up the mind.Attention: If you want to add a regular bag of DMC310 diamonds to replace part of the 310AB diamonds, please indicate it in the notes when submitting your purchase.
As a measure of product quality, some AB colors present in the product description may be removed from the kit you will receive and replaced with a standard color.
DIY diamond painting steps:
- Open the box, check the kits whether complete
- According to the color code, choose a color into the plate;If you paste the same color at the same time, you can increase the speed
- Find the symbols in picture, beginning paste until finish it
- When you finish it,put some books on top, let it more firmly
Congratulations, you can go framed up and decorate your home now!
Preventive measures of DIY diamond painting:
Refer to the previous operation steps;
If you don't know what the color, please refer to the color table.
This is DIY diamond painting. It's not finished. You need to do it yourself.
WHAT'S IN YOUR KIT?
Each kit comes with everything you need to get started!
- 1x premium adhesive canvas rolled.
- 1x set of individually packaged diamonds in baggies .
- 1x premium diamond pen tool
- 1x wax pad used to pick up diamonds with the diamond pen
- 1x grooved organizing tray (shake lightly to sort your diamonds)
- A self-adhesive sheet to cut with the color codes
- English and French printed instructions
WHO IS JULIE BUIBUI?
My first name is Julie, I am nicknamed BuiBui.
Coming from the shores of Lake Geneva, I put my suitcases in the Ain, alongside a weeping willow. I live there with my boyfriend, my pretty girl, my pretty boy, lots of paper, a lot of paint and a bunch of pencils.
As far back as I can remember, I have always had a pencil in my hand.
Having studied Art History (mainly of the 20th century) at Lycée, I obtained a Bac L Plastic Arts in 2005 then made a very brief stint at L'Ecole National Fine Arts of Lyon. The teaching practiced was not for me!
Since then I paint, glue, draw and color constantly, always looking for new ideas and techniques. It's a necessity!
Inspired by both youth illustration, Singular Art, the culture of Street Art or even the Primary Arts, I work to develop a personal and poetic universe that aims to be be an invitation to travel, in worlds populated by melancholy creatures, and in which time often seems to have stood still.
Based mainly on the human figure (often female) and nature, my work mixes false naivety, colors, patterns and other heady intertwining which are like so many paths in the course of our thoughts.
My characters and other landscapes each have a unique story that I tell myself when I give birth to them, and I like those who look at it to imagine it in turn ...
Recently I have been mixing paint, acrylic inks and markers. I often add colored pencil to it and use my precious rotring and staedler pens (refillable pens for technical drawing). I have used gouache and pen a lot in the past and am always looking for new techniques.
Having worked a lot on canvas frames, I recently opted for supports with smoother surfaces such as wood and paper.