*Premium* Custom Photo Diamond Painting Kit
Create a stunning diamond painting from your own personal photo!
Most of our customers like to memorialize loved ones who have passed away by creating a diamond painting from their photo. Not only does it serve as a memorial to hang afterward, but the process of making the painting also helps with the anxiety and pain of losing a loved one.
Anniversary, pets, and family portraits are also widely popular. Hang it in your home as a unique keepsake, or gift it to a friend or loved one -- either way, everyone will be asking "How did you do this!?"
Instructions: Purchase this product and then upload the photo using our form below. Be sure the include the same email address that you placed an order with. If the form does not work for whatever reason, please email us the photo at email@example.com
- This is a *Premium* diamond painting kit! The price is higher because extra steps are taken during the manufacturing process to ensure that the end result is nothing short of perfection. Drills are double checked for quality, custom photos are converted with extra care so the skin tone comes out correctly, and only the highest quality ink, canvas and sticky tack are used.
- Upload your own photo and we'll turn it into a diamond painting kit just for you!
- Adhesive diamond painting canvas with a full pasting area
- Square OR Round shaped High-sparkle light-catching diamond drills
- 30-45 drill colors for optimum detail
- Drill placing pen with attachment
- Pink wax for sticking the drill to pen
- Tweezers for placing/fixing drills
- Sorting tray to flip drills upright and pour drills back
- High-quality resin diamond drills with 30% more to cover spills!
What's the difference between Square Drills and Round Drills?
Aside from the shape of the drills, the only other difference is personal preference.
Round drills are a bit easier and quicker to apply to the canvas because they do not need to fit snug against one another. There is space between the round drills which lets you fix misplaced drills more easily. Most beginners, kids/teens, and people with coordination problems prefer round drills.
Square drills are placed snug against each other for a polished mosaic look. It may take beginners a little more time to finish a square drill painting since the drills need to be placed with a little more precision. Most people who do square drills find it soothing to hear the popping/clicking sound when drills are placed next to each other.
Are you a beginner? Check out our tutorial on how to diamond paint!
*We have warehouse locations all over the world so please allow 10-20 days for your order to arrive. In the meantime, you should check out our diamond painting tips so you're ready to start as soon as your piece arrives!