What’s Included in a Diamond Painting Kit?

Each Diamond Painting kit comes fully stocked with everything you need to complete a diamond painting. The diamond art supplies included in our kits are of the highest quality, too. Our products are designed to make painting with diamonds easy, enjoyable and frustration-free for crafters of all ages and skill levels. Each of our kits includes:

  1. The canvas

  All painting with diamonds kits include a canvas, without which the process of painting with diamonds would be impossible. The canvas is printed with numbers and symbols that correspond   with the colors of diamonds and some canvases have a printed guide also. The canvas is covered with a layer of glue that allows the diamond to stick on it with ease, and keeps the painting together. 

The transparent film is to protect the sticky surface,tear a half to keep the adhesive side while using.

  Please note: Our Diamond Painting packages are shipped rolled up. Therefore, the canvas may not be flat on arrival. We recommend that you place something heavy on the canvas 24 hours before you start.  

  1. The Diamonds

                               Diamond Painting Drills Style

All diamond paintings are incomplete without the diamonds themselves. All kits include various colors of diamonds required to complete the painting. Each color of diamond has a code which is printed on the canvas and also on the packaging on the diamond, and it is important to remember this code to make sure your painting does not get ruined. 

  1. The Tray

All painting with diamonds kits come with a plastic tray that has thin indentations to help separate the diamonds and make it easy for you to pick them up.The tray also has a small corner to help transfer the diamonds back into the packaging.

  1. Point Drill Pen

All diamond painting kits come with a diamond Point Drill Pen. These tools are cylindrical, and resemble the shape of a pen, which is why they’re sometimes called diamond application pens also. These pens come with a hollow end where the nib should be, where the diamond can stick and be transferred to the canvas from the tray. Glue or wax is applied to the nib to help the diamonds stick to the pen.

While kits usually only include a single-drill applicator, a lot of websites and craft stores, including ours, sell Point Drill Pen that can apply upto 10 drills at a time. This can be quite helpful if you are working on a large painting, or a large area of the painting which requires the same color.

  1. Wax 

Most kits come with a piece of wax for the diamond point drill pen, and are used to help the diamonds stick to the pens.
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DIY Steps:

1.Pour the diamond into the plastic tray.
2.Find the number correspond to the canvas.
3.Dip the glue on the pen point.
4.Select the diamond with the point drill pen and stick it on the canvas corresponding to the number.
5.Use a book to press the diamond after finished.
6.Cut the extra part and decorate with a frame(not include the frame).