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What is Diamond Embroidery?

Diamond embroidery, also called "Diamond painting" is a relatively new creative hobby that allows you to make pretty works of art from rhinestones called "diamonds" which are to be glued on a canvas.

Diamond Painting is halfway between classic cross stitch embroidery and paint by number. Let's say it's a modern and very playful version that allows you to make your neurons work but also to considerably reduce your stress. This is why it has become extremely popular in Russia and the United States, and it greatly participates in the DIY (Do It Yourself) trend.

It is true that it becomes addictive to see his work take shape little by little, the fact of sticking the diamonds with the stylus or the pliers by following the symbols, and then the small noise "clip", each time you position a diamond, in short it's the best!

In this article, we will show you in detail everything you need to know about diamond embroidery, what are its advantages and especially how to get started.

Diamond embroidery, how does it work?
Diamond embroidery is a method that allows you to create a "painting" in relief from thousands of small shiny rhinestones that you have to stick on a canvas that has been pre-printed with a multitude of symbols to follow. Each diamond goes to a specific location, each location has a symbol and so it's a kind of big puzzle that we put together and gradually take shape.

The end result is a beautiful painting that can be framed and sparkles in the light.

And there really is something for everyone, landscapes, animals, cities and much more.

diamond embroidery pliers

Diamond embroidery is both simple and fun and can be compared to cross stitch but 2.0 way.

Fortunately, it's a lot faster (and frankly more fun), so you can make some great creations at home, on your own or with your family.

Whether you are already a creative hobby enthusiast or just starting out, let yourself be tempted by the Diamond painting experience!

Overall it is said that Broderie Diamant is more relaxing than any other manual activity. So if we can relax while creating Art, it is truly paradise.

Where does diamond embroidery come from?
Diamond embroidery appeared in 2015 as a new creative hobby combining creativity and maximum relaxation.

The concept was launched in China and it quickly exported to the world, especially to Russia, as the Russians are fond of manual activities and in the United States where other arts such as painting by numbers have since been democratized. many years. And then the French, our Belgian, Swiss and Canadian friends and all of the Francophonie got involved.

There are often similarities to painting by numbers, but let's say it's more accessible.

Initially, the first diamond embroidery had a simple canvas printed with small boxes in relief, but the concept quickly had to be improved because the rhinestones did not hold up well.

And here is the solution of the century: make the surface adhesive by putting a sticky film that we gradually peel off during its creation. This way, once in place, the diamonds do not move and your work remains immortal.

diamond embroidery canvas

Everyone can do it

Diamond Paintings Germany is appreciated and created for adults as well as for children (except in infancy because diamonds must be glued and not swallowed, so be careful anyway).

Adults will appreciate the relaxing anti-stress effect, as for teenagers it will improve their ability to concentrate, work on their creative side and then especially a return to basics, without screens.

And the seniors in all this? It's the perfect hobby! Creative artistic activities are excellent for staying in shape, working on your memory, dexterity and developing your well-being. It can also be a good way to get together as a family and share a manual project together.

Reduced stress and anxiety
Diamond embroidery allows you to forget all the worries of everyday life and let your mind focus on the present moment.

This calm and relaxing activity is therefore perfect for reducing anxiety and moving forward.

Train your brain to stay focused
Diamond painting Netherlands requires your full attention. Every diamond must be placed with precision. For young people who find it difficult to stay focused at school, this can become an extra-curricular activity that will allow them to work on their concentration.

Dexterity and motor skills
You have to sort, select the diamonds, identify the areas and paste them, clearly an excellent job of precision.

Sharing with family and friends
We can very well take the opportunity to realize his creation with his loved ones. It is the ideal activity in the evening or on weekends, everyone puts their hands in their paws and we create beautiful works together. In particular, there are many groups for people who want to meet and share common passions. Perfect for getting advice and making new friends.

Develop your creativity
Although this method is guided, it is certain that diamond embroidery greatly enhances creativity. The final realization will give you a boost of inspiration to create other works with your own hands!

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