Whether landscapes or animals, works of art or still lifes - Diamond Painting offers countless motifs for children and adults with different levels of difficulty. However, the principle always remains the same: the colored crystal stones are placed on numbered fields with a special pen and remain there (due to the sticky surface or with the help of wax). Depending on the manufacturer, round and square "diamonds" are available, with the former being more suitable for beginners. In the following, we present motifs for different age groups that are not only fun, but are also intended to improve fine motor skills.
Before you get to work, you should note a few points: With diamond painting, the motifs are often covered with a thin foil - it protects the fields from drying out. In order for your stones to stick to the fields, it is important that you do not completely remove the foil beforehand. Instead, it is advisable to only expose small areas that you want to work on. This will give you the adhesiveness of the remaining fields. The scope of delivery usually includes, in addition to the picture, a diamond painting pen, a tray or small bowls for separating the colored stones. You can also use tweezers to change the fixed position of the already glued mosaics afterwards.
1. Forest dwellers
The degree of difficulty increases with the size and complexity of a motif. Small pictures are therefore suitable for small children to practice: This set contains ten different forest creatures including a pen and tablet.
2. Dog puppies
Children who are a little more experienced with diamond painting (the recommended age is six years) can try this cute motif: the puppies make a 31 by 41 centimeter picture.
This motif is just right for children who love horses: the two animals form a 30 by 40 centimeter work of art. In addition to the stones, the scope of delivery includes a diamond painting pen, a wax and a tray.
This lion motif for children from the age of eight is even more challenging: the 45 by 35 centimeter canvas has room for a whopping 21,840 stones. These are attached with a wax that is included in the scope of delivery.
1. Japanese Temple
Japanese temple architecture served as a template for this modern motif. The scope of delivery includes pre-sorted bags with the colored stones in them, two diamond painting pens, a jelly wax and two trays.
2. Starry Night
This famous motif was made by the artist Vincent van Gogh in the early expressionism. The Starry Night is assembled from round bricks and comes with a pen, bowl and wax.
Who doesn't enjoy spending time by the sea? This beach motif is intended to bring that holiday feeling home with you: the scope of delivery includes a diamond painting pen, a bowl and some wax for attaching the colored stones.
Anyone who prefers floral motifs is better off with this picture: the 40 by 50 centimeter Ginko is composed of square stones - and is therefore less suitable for beginners.
This mystical motif is a good choice for enthusiastic fans of fantasy: it shows an Amazon together with its bald eagle. The stones and suitable tools are included.
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