"When you recover or discover something that
nourishes your soul and brings joy,
care enough about yourself to make room for it in your life."
~ Jean S. Bolen
These are just a few of the Diamond Paintings I've completed. Click on this link to see more.
How To Diamond Paint
Diamond Painting TIPS A Big THANKS to all the YouTubers, Facebook Groups & all other resources that have taught me so much about this wonderful craft.
I want to extend a Special Thank YOU to Rhonda Lamey (a Louisiana Diamond Painter)
me to include her Drill Checklist By DMC .pdf on my webpage.
for your generosity Rhonda. I appreciate all the hard work it took to create
and look forward to using it.
Drill Checklist By DMC.pdf
Diamond Painting Log.pdf
New Chart Symbols.pdf
More Diamond Painting TIPS
The most important things that I consider when shopping for Diamond Paintings:
1. Size of the canvas.
If the picture has lots of small details I try to choose a 30cm X 40cm or maybe
40cm X 50cm. Some people like to go bigger, but this is my comfort zone.
If its just a simple image, like a flower or a cat without
then I will go smaller like 25cm X 30cm or 30cm X 30cm.
2. Full or Partial picture
Full means the entire canvas is covered with diamonds.
Partial means that just a portion of the canvas is covered with diamonds.
3. Round or Square Diamonds
I personally prefer Round Diamonds.
They are easier to place on the canvas and I have found that I have less problems with bad diamonds.
On the other hand, some prefer Square Diamonds. They feel that
square gives better coverage.
To each her own.
4. The price is important to me. I want to get the most bang for my buck,
so I tend to shop around. Amazon, Ali Express and CESDeals seem to have the lowest prices.
This is a short list of a few sites that sell Diamond Paintings.
Sometimes you might be short of a certain color or colors of diamonds.
The first thing I do after I do inventory of the diamonds is to contact
the seller if diamonds are missing. If they agree to send the missing diamonds
it usually takes forever (4 to 6 Wks.) If you don't want to wait,
contact your family of diamond painters. We save the leftovers and
might have some of the colors you need.
The other option is to purchase what you need from a company in the USA.
Below is a list of a few sellers. You can usually get your diamonds within a week.
Last Updated: 4/29/2019