When I was a little girl, my grandma learned me to cross-stitch. We enjoyed spending time together, creating beautiful wall decors. We haven't framed all of our cross-stitch works. Most of them we kept in one big box, and from time to time we used to look and to comment together.
My grandma liked large drills. I preferred small, notebook size colorful drills. I framed few of my favorites and put them on a wall in my children's room. How proud I was!!
Today I am very happy to remember those moments.
So I decided to be a little girl today and to make small partial drill diamond painting. I wonder whether it is also suitable for children's room.
Easy to unpack, joyful to use. Needs concentration but provides relaxation. It's glittering and colorful but not irritating. 13 different bid colors and few hours efforts, but when I finished I felt delighted. All those colors made a beautiful picture.
HOW TO FRAME DIAMOND PAINTING
I used just a simple white frame, to highlight vivid colors. The result was an adorable decoration that fitted perfectly. This time I did not put my completed diamond painting on the wall. Bookshelf suited better for me.
Yes, I was relaxing today creating this small partial drill diamond painting. I find it suitable not only for kids room, it's suitable for the kids too.
PLEASE NOTE that ALISA diamond paintings kits are not suitable for children under 3 years of age. The kit contains small pieces (diamonds) that can be dangerous. Kids can create paintings with adult supervision only.