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Product description

Tips: This is diy diamond painting,not finished picture,need you finish it by yourself. (The product does not contain a photo frame
Note: Compared to the traditional cross embroidery, we take use of the man-made diamonds setting skills.
5D DIY Diamond Painting is a new and popular product. DIY production steps are simple and can take your free time to complete. All you have to do is hang it on the wall and it will make your room amazing. It's a good idea to share your best wishes with your friends and family.
Steps to achieve the diamond painting:
1. Open the box and check the special tools.
2. See the color of the diamond in the order of the code.
3. Apply an adequate amount of diamond adhesive to the pen and place the appropriate diamond.
4. Paste the diamond on the corresponding canvas according to the corresponding color code.
Package Includes:
1 x High definition painting canvas
1 x Point diamond pen
1 x diamond tray
a packet of gel
Colorful diamonds
We add 30% of diamonds in every diamonds bag, for the overall effect, please select flawless diamonds to use.

Precautions:
-- Please DO NOT put the canvas folding, lest the co-occurrence crease.
-- Please DO NOT pull the transparent paper on the picture one-time, tear apart the half of it first to protect the glue from losing viscous.
-- Please DO NOT put the diamonds in place where children can easily access, so as to avoid being swallowed by them.-- The item color might be slight different in the picture because of the lighting effect, please in kind prevail!

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