Immerse yourself in the captivating world of diamond painting with our kit, a creative pastime that draws inspiration from mosaic art and paint-by-numbers. This craft invites you to create a sparkling masterpiece by placing tiny, colored "diamonds" onto a pre-designed canvas.
Diamond painting is much more than a hobby; it offers a relaxing and meditative experience, coupled with the satisfaction of crafting a unique piece of art. Each kit on Oraloa is an exclusive product, developed under official license in collaboration with our partner artists.
Our kit promises a dazzling canvas, captivating with its hypnotic colors. Treat yourself to a moment of tranquility and creativity with this simple yet engaging activity, perfect for clearing the mind and stimulating your artistic flair.
Diamond painting is sold as a do-it-yourself project. It is a sociable activity, ideal for doing alone, with friends, or as a family. The process involves affixing small "diamonds" onto a canvas, resulting in an extraordinarily stunning final product.
What's in your kit?
Each kit is thoughtfully prepared with everything you need to start your project. Please be aware that the tool kit image is for illustrative purposes and not contractual. Our kits may contain different tool variants, ensuring a unique experience with each creation.
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Dominic Davison was born in London, 1972 and now lives in Buckinghamshire, UK where he gets his inspiration for his idyllic and romantic scenes. He has been creating art for many years and in this time built up a loyal fan base, which now spans worldwide.
Prior to joining MGL he worked as a freelance artist, having his work published in magazines such as '3D Artist', and 'Advanced Photoshop'. This includes tutorials and double page galleries.
He also writes a regular column for '3D Artist'.His influences are varied and include landscape masters such as Barend, Cornelis, Koekkoek, Ruisdael, and Constable. Contemporary artists that inspired him include Keith Melling, Charles H. White and Terry Redlin.
His hobbies include the cinema, videogames, art galleries, and making music.
How to do Diamond Painting?
Become an artist step by step
Be sure to gradually peel off the protective film from the first work area.
Locate the first symbol in the table you want to work on.
On the side of the canvas, look for the symbol and the corresponding number on the legend.
Identify the color-coded bag of diamonds.
Gently press the tip of the stylus onto the wax.
Place the diamond on the corresponding symbol on the canvas.