Love this product. You get extra diamonds so you don't have to worry about running out. Easy to read and easy to understand how to do.
It is amazing. Thank you.
Perfect for a beginner. It's small and not too expensive. Gives you a taste of what diamond painting is without buying a huge one and finding out you spent money and don't enjoy the activity.The size is MUCH smaller than in the display photos.
I love all the extra stuff it came with. metal tweezers!!!!!! Will definitely buy from again
This was the first diamond painting I did, and I really enjoyed it. I've done a few since then, and this is still a great quality compared to others.
I have to admit that I bought this for myself lol! I love arts and crafts! And since diamond art came out I have been in Love! I have bought several kits! I really liked this one! I am a pro at these now lol!! The coloration on this is amazing! It soooooooo pretty!!! I can not wait until this is completed! I have made many and gifted many. They make amazing and meaningful gifts! These take alot of time to do! But so worth it in the end. I loved how this came with the tray, pen, wax and way more then needed! Also spare diamonds! It comes with everything to complete and more! I add all the extra stuff from these kits to be big kit I made. It nice have back ups in colors, pens and wax! Some other off brands or sets lack supplies. I always got daughters who really put on the wax Lol! My 10 year old really coats the pen! So she always running out wax before her projects are done. my girls love doing these! So great have extra! I can look at a kit and know if it has extra, no extra or maybe lol! I am a huge fan these! What can I say!
Great product and colors
I bought this for my 12 year old granddaughter. She adores this! I read a review that one picture wasn’t very clear after being finished so I bought this one instead. My granddaughter is very artistic. She’s not into playing ball or sports, so this is her pastime. It has very small pieces, so she needs a devoted place just for this as it’s difficult to move these pieces from one place to another. You can’t do this in a car or a moving vehicle as the pieces will slide around. You use a pencil type holder to put the diamonds in place. There is no liquid paint or water involved. You just press on a diamond type of plastic and voila! a pretty picture. I would have loved this at her age as I did paint by number back in the day. It has a color code on the side using numbers and the alphabet. The same code is also on the picture, but it is small! The top directions say this is a manual drilling method. It’s not painting though. The white backside is a type of canvas that is sturdy, but not stiff.