8. This Beachy Dream
Dolphin Diamond Painting With Real Beach Display
Joann Vazquez carried the sea shore home with this beautiful showcase. “I had some good times making this casing and am satisfied with the result. Materials-Resin for the water, Clay Foam to make the figures, Spray Foam for the stones, Sand from the sea shore. I live in Naples Fl.” Talk about fun in the sun!
7. These Full-Wall Fantasies
Butterfly Diamond Painting With Cat Feye Bartholomay’s XL painting required a XL showcase. She had the option to fill a vacant divider with her beautiful work of art. All individuals, plants, and pets can concur this is shocking!
Full Wall Jungle Cat Diamond Painting
Regina Leslie hung her wild wilderness feline adult paint by number kits so anyone might see for themselves. “70x140cm, an aggregate of 124,800 drills. My father slice a sheet of wood to fit the image, we stuck it to the board and afterward he cut trim, finished it, and afterward stapled it around.” Those 110 hours were definitely justified!
XL Ostrich Diamond Painting On Wall Gigantic ostriches on the wall= massive fun! To make this powerful presentation, Samantha Sutcliffe bought three printing materials, nailed them together, and stuck her pack on top. Her uncommon touch? “Wide channel tape to totally cover the side. A dainty blue washi tape that I put straight up to the edge of the drills to give a fresh finish☺️.” Genius!
6. This Cool Pool Cat Creation
Felines Playing Poker Diamond Painting With Poker Table “My progression girl has a pool table and has felines. I had a custom 80X60 done by PWD. I at that point purchased a small pool table and stuck the balls to the composition. I added legs to the pool table so she can utilize it to put light stuff on,” says Joann Vazquez. A mixed media Diamond Painting? Well that is the feline’s howl!
5. This Exhibit of Love
Valentine’s Day Diamond Painting Exhibit “February is here. I can at last show my jewel craftsmanship. Little picture is cross-line. Made the sign with extra globules 😁,” says Yvonne Aldridge. Love sure is noticeable all around!
4. These Homemade Frames
USA Diamond Painting With Homemade Wooden Frame Made in the USA! Kristen Potter’s dad carefully assembled this edge for her Diamond Painting. This presentation is red, white, and delightful.
Amusing Cat Diamond Painting With Creative Hanger “I went to hubby’s shop and tracked down a dainty piece of scrap wood, cut it for a top and base, and shower painted them dark,” says Teresa Scharkey. What an extraordinary arrangement for this silly kitty!
Goat Diamond Painting With Homemade Frame
This charming little goat required an adorable little edge. Fortunately, Nancy Horst-Schauer planned this ideal setting. Ravishing work!
Squirrel Diamond Painting With Rustic Frame Who realized squirrels could look this dazzling? Cindy Peterson utilized a dark chipboard and paper napkins with birch trees on them to make this interactive media magnum opus.
Heartfelt Diamond Painting With Homemade Frame “My significant other at long last completed this 25×32cm Paint with Diamonds project! I uniquely crafted the edge and we are both exceptionally satisfied with the outcomes” says Steve Van Zee. Discussion about a spouse/wife dream group!
3. This A-Door-capable Mat
Precious stone Painting Beach-Themed Doormat anything is possible for you with regards to your Diamond Painting show! Liz Blake made this sea shore wonderful mat. “I fixed it with watered-down excessively reflexive Mod Podge. Subsequent to drying I cut the edge. Purchased the board, paints, and stencils, planned, at that point stuck.” If this doesn’t rouse you, I don’t have the foggiest idea what will!
2. This Creative Use Of Leftovers
Jewel Painting With Gem Frame “Since these photos infrequently at any point fit an ordinary size outline, we are compelled to get innovative. I utilized twofold sided tape around the edges of the image and utilized my extra bores around the image to separate it,” shares Shawna Doney. Clever and brilliant!
1. This Simple Success
Heart Tree Diamond Painting With Black Frame
Katie McAllister sorted out a modest yet tasteful approach to outline her Diamond Painting. She shares, “16 x 20 casing for about $6, put Diamond Painting on slice to measure dark banner board $1, and ran dark Washi Tape around the boundary for tangling.” Proof that an extraordinary casing doesn’t need to be costly!