So, here it is! I’ve yet to frame him, but he is finished. I did him in about two weeks, and this was an absolute pleasure! I got him from Amazon.co.uk . I’m hoping to give this to my friend today 🙂
I have 3 more to do, a little snack size one, and a tiny square one (that may or may not be any good, we shall see! ) and one that I got from the same company as the wolf (of sparrows in a tree) and one that hasn’t arrived yet!
Have a great day! If you diamond paint and have a blog, do put your blog in the comments, thanks!
So, I’ve wanted one of these since I saw This Video by Ali Brown.
These apparently were once used by florists, known as frogs, because they spent much of their time in water, however they’re now highly collectible and cone in a myriad of different shapes and sizes, along with different themes.
They’ve since been replaced by something called Oasis, that you wet and pop your flower arrangement in:
I wanted one for my Diamond Painting Pens. I am really irritated by them rolling off my desk, so now they won’t, plus I have an item I find aesthetically pleasing.
Mine came from a charity shop and cost £4:00.
So, do you have one of these? Do you collect them? Or use them?
First of all I’d like to thank everyone for the encouragement! I’ve thoroughly enjoyed doing this, all 7200 diamonds of it! It took me about 30 hours in total, and I dropped approximately 30 beads in the process.
I don’t like the wolf’s nose, it’s not obvious enough so I’m actually going to replace the beads before I seal the picture, if I can 🙂
Here you go!
I hope you like him, and I hope my friend does too ! 🙂