Diamond Art by Leisure Arts
This past week-end was a stormy, nasty, stay indoors kind of week-end.
The perfect time for crafting and learning/trying something different.
I’d been wanting to start the new Rose Diamond Art kit that I received from Leisure Arts.
I knew the kit was going to take a little time and I was just waiting for the perfect opportunity
to give it my full attention.
What is Diamond Arts?
It is a new trend in crafting.
It’s similar to cross stitching and paint by numbers.
“A little bit tedious, curiously addicting and extremely satisfying.”
It was so addicting that I didn’t want to stop…
I had to bring it down onto the kitchen counter so I could work on the it while cooking dinner.
Leisure Arts makes kits for beginners, intermediate and advanced.
They have a great selection of Diamond Arts Kits for both kids and adults.
The Rose Diamond Art kit includes:
- One High Quality Printed Fabric
- Gems Pre-sorted by Color
- Craft Tray
- Wax Piece
- Comfort Grip
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The rose design is pre-printed on the fabric with the symbols for the Diamond Art gems and
is coated with a special adhesive. You pick the gem up using the stylus and place the gem
onto the corresponding symbol on the printed fabric.
It really is that easy. Great for kids age 8 and up.
The kits comes with photos and great instructions.
If you’re a visual learner like me, check out the video below.
LeisureArts.com has a great selection of Diamond Arts kits that you can purchase online.
If you sign up for email updates you can get 15% off your first order.
THANK YOU Leisure Arts for providing this awesome Rose Diamond Art kit.
4 thoughts on “Diamond Art…a new trend in crafting”
Hi there! I just completed one of these diamond paintings and I was wondering if the 4 digit numbers on the diamond packages correspond with anything? Thanks!
Good question. Unfortunately, I don’t know the answer. I’ll ask over at Leisure Arts and see what I can find out.
Here’s the answer I got back from Leisure Arts…the four digit code is an internal Diamond Dotz factory code to reference the color.
The 4 digit number allows you to match the colors. The first number is for the specific kit you bought and will vary with each kit you buy…however, for example, a purple can have two different “kit numbers” but you can match it to other purple drills that you have left over from other kits by using the 4 digit code number. I combine my left over drills by using the 4 digit code number.