I've been doing diamond painting for 5 years now and over the years, I've come to realize that there are certain tools that you need to have and there are certain tools that you can do away with.
This is a Japanese doll project from Shopee that I would like to do but for me to be able to do this well, I would need a few things to help me out.
Here are 5 tools that I believe any diamond painter should have in their belonging to make life easier for them. I'll also link down the stores below so that you can just click and buy when you want to.
Tool # 1- Drill Pen / Tweezers
Knowing which one works for you is important and making sure that you have the right drill pen or tweezers matters because you want to be comfortable while working for hours on your diamond painting.
Tool # 2 - Bead Tray Organizer
Tool # 3 - Pink Wax/ Blue Tac
This is needed to get the beads to stick to the drill pen so that it can be transferred from the tray to the canvass.
Tool # 4 - Mini Rolling Pin
The mini rolling pin is useful for making sure that the beads stay stuck to the canvass andnot fall off. It's pretty therapeutic when you use it.
Tool # 5 - Bead Container
Anyone who has done diamond painting has at one point or another suffered the unfortunate accident of having your beads fly out. I am telling you that it is not a happy moment when you need to pick the beads up one by one from the floor.
I also made a video discussing the different diamond painting accessories that you need. You can watch it here.
I haven't done it. Seems complicated but fun.ReplyDelete
I will watch your video. It seems fun to do.ReplyDelete
I had no idea this was a thing! Looks super cool!ReplyDelete
Wow this seems tedious but pretty outcome. Wow this is amazing all the little details.ReplyDelete
I think I will watch the video too to really understand how they're used.ReplyDelete
I'm sure I can't draw to safe myself :)
Wow these are neat never seen them before thanks for sharingReplyDelete