This was my first Diamond Art Club kit! I was not disappointed! The quality was great! There were very few trash drills, and many extra drills! I love Baylee Jae and her artwork so I was so excited that DAC partnered up with her! Petal Dance turned out stunning! The pinks and reds are gorgeous! Great diamond painting! 🥰
Petal DanceBy Baylee Jae Brazeau
This Diamond Painting by Diamond Art Club™ allows you to create a vibrant, artistic portrait at home, using an easy diamond painting technique anyone can learn to do. This paint-by-numbers style artwork uses beautiful sparkling resin diamonds that you craft onto the canvas to make stunning, intricate designs. The artwork is printed on the canvas; all you have to do is follow the pattern and make your masterpiece shine!
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Baylee Jae Brazeau
Baylee is an illustrator living in Vancouver, BC. She is also a popular YouTuber with over 1.15M subscribers. Initially, she went to school for Animal Science, hoping to get into vet school. After three years, she decided to follow her artsy side, which has been a hobby since childhood. Baylee earned a diploma in Animation Art & Design at the Art Institute of Vancouver, and worked in the animation industry for a while before deciding to take the self-employment route. Baylee shares her art process on her YouTube channel, where she makes all kinds of videos about art. She also has a vlog channel where she documents her day-to-day life as an artist. She recently published her first book, Draw and Color the Baylee Jae Way, which features drawing lessons for aspiring artists.See More Work
Petal Dance Reviews
I love Pink
Lost for words! Just amazing :)
Rated 5 out of 5
The diamond painting is beautiful and I loved how effortlessly I was able to place the diamonds. The only reason I took down a star is because of the toolkit. The ridges in the tray were too small, so the diamonds kept getting stuck and I could not lift the diamonds without lifting the entire tray and spilling all my diamonds. The squishy was also far too loose for the pen. Thankfully, I had extra materials, so neither of these was a big deal for me, but if this was anyone's first diamond painting, it might have turned them off to this company or even the craft all together.
Rated 4 out of 5