Friday, September 21, 2018

Diamond Painting Giveaway!

As promised, in celebration of reaching 1,000 pageviews, I am holding a drawing to give away a free diamond painting kit to one lucky reader! The winner will have their choice of one of three diamond paintings, all purchased from Huacan on AliExpress:

1. This majestic ship, 70x50 cm, full square drill:



2. This lovely winter scene, 50x40 cm, full square drill:



3. This exotic elephant, 40x30 cm, partial special-shape drill:


Each person has the chance to earn up to 10 entries in the drawing! Here's how:


  • 1 Entry: Comment on this blog post with how you heard about this blog and your favorite diamond painting tip.
  • 1 Entry: Follow @dpdigestblog on Twitter.
  • 1 Entry: Tweet about this giveaway.
  • 1 Entry: Visit the blog's Facebook page.
  • 1 Entry: Answer a question. I've had one reader request that I make the font size larger. Here's what that would look like. I'd like to find out if other readers feel the same way, so please answer Yes or No.
  • 4 Entries(!): Email diamondpaintingdigest@gmail.com with any photos, ideas or other content that could be used in a future blog post. For instance, have you completed one of the paintings I'm hoping to do a Size Wise post about? Have you come up with a creative way to frame or display your finished paintings? What about a cool way to use your leftover diamonds? See this post for more examples of what I'm looking for.
  • 1 Entry: Just tell me which of the three kits above you would want if you win!


You can do just one of these things, or you can do all of them, or anything in between. To claim your entries, please fill in the Rafflecopter form below. Please note, as outlined in the Terms of Conditions on this form, any contact information collected through the form will be used ONLY to identify, verify, and notify the winner. It will not be misused in any way or even stored once the giveaway has ended.

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You have until midnight PST on September 29th to enter. Thank you again for supporting this blog, and good luck to all!


Note: This post contains "Earn by Sharing" links to AliExpress. Any purchases made through these links will not cost you anything extra, but the author will earn a small commission, which helps to support this blog.

22 comments:

  1. I was contacted by Tracy re my cheap framing I did for my Owl

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    1. Thanks for kicking off our comments! Do you have a favorite tip to share?

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  2. I heard about this from a fb group .. and my favorite tip is "take your time it's not a race "

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    1. That is a great tip! It's easy to get discouraged when you see people saying they finished a 70x70 in a week, but diamond painting should be about enjoying yourself no matter what pace that takes.

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  3. I found your blog link in a group. Thanks for your time in sharing tips with us.

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    1. Thanks. Do you have a favorite tip to share?

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  4. I found digest on my news feed.two trays do help in breaking up stuck diamonds

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  6. Love this blog! Maybe you could do a page dedicated to people sharing their “workstations” to give others ideas on how to get comfy for a long painting session??

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  7. I found this blog on a Facebook group and my favourite tip is "small sections at a time, one colour at a time"

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  8. I found your blog through a link on paint with diamonds support group Facebook page. A tip that I would like to share is about framing. Before spending a lot of money getting a diamond painting professionally framed, look at 2nd hand or thrift stores(and bring a measuring tape). I've found all my frames, for very cheap there and have sometimes been able to recycle the existing matt in them (I just cut them down a bit).

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  9. I found your blog through another DP group on Facebook. My tip is: when you set up your workspace, be sure to have a comfortable chair and lots of light!

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  10. I learned about it just now I saw a giveaway and came to check it out.

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  11. I saw someone post this on their wall love these paintings

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  12. I saw this giveaway on someone's facebook. Lighting is always a must when you are doing paintings.

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  13. Mine is to keep all the little pieces in a container...they really get away from you!! I just found you!! Through facebook.

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  14. I saw it on a friend's Facebook post.
    I haven't done a diamond painting yet, though I have a kit. I think I will need a magnifying light to look through. My eyes are not as good as they used to be.

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  15. I heard about your blog from a friend. I have not Diamond Painted yet but I am very interested in doing so. Holly Wright

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  16. I heard about the blog from a friend of mine. Fav tip is go slow never hurry

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  17. I saw it posted on a friends facebook wall

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