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5 BENEFITS OF DIAMOND PAINTING

The newfound activity of Diamond Painting is quickly taking over the art scene, and now everyone wants to be a diamond painter. This art is for all ages, young and old,  just think of it like an adult coloring book that is not only a hobby but has many other benefits, such as calming anxious behavior and relaxing the mind and body.

Diamond Painting has many other benefits too :

  1. Reduces Levels of Stress and Anxiety :
    In today’s busy and stressful life, you need to take a break from all the work and stress that comes with it. Many people resort to meditation, yoga and many others resort to adult coloring books and diamond painting. This activity requires patience and a steady hand. Just like meditation and deep breathing exercises, diamond painting allows us to eradicate other stressful thoughts from our mind and concentrate only on what is happening at the moment. This also helps relieve anxiety that comes with a stressful work life. People who are introverts and not as openly creative in certain aspects, find solace in diamond painting, as it creates a comfortable space for them to express their creative side.

  2. It Enhances Focus of the Mind :
    This activity helps the brain snap into a self-induced state of focus and also helps to develop patterns so that the logical reasoning area of the brain is activated. Diamond painting is the most ideal way to keep your mind preoccupied with creative ideas and thoughts. The fact that this process includes sorting out different color stones, keeps the part of the brain that analyses, active and sharp. On the other hand, when you are placing the diamonds on the design, it activates the creative aspect of the brain and the functioning of the cerebral cortex of the brain, that controls vision, fine motor skills, and coordination.

  3. Improves Concentration in Daily Life :
    Concentrating on one particular thing can improve your level of focus and concentration in other areas as well. So while you’re concentrating on applying your diamonds and sorting out colors, your brain is becoming more and more focused and sharp in everyday life, which helps you effectively manage other chores.

  4. Helps Spark Creativity :
    This exercise, once it becomes a hobby and is done regularly can improve your creative skills and abilities. Everyone needs an outlet, and for some people their creative outlet might just be diamond painting, whether or not you are creative in the first place. This will help you create great pieces of work, even if you thought
    you couldn’t do it.

  5. Useful for Learning Disabilities :
    Diamond painting is an activity that can help children or adults who suffer from mental disorders and learning disabilities. Being able to perform this activity to the fullest can make them more confident and productive which will help them to pick up things faster.

Diamond-painting has turned out to be a fun, creative hobby. It is an activity that can give someone immense satisfaction and happiness and can keep their mind and body in great shape. It is super easy to follow and a very simple art form that can be learned by absolutely anybody.

 

2 comments

  • Margaret, I understand your frustration! Some are very hard to see. Have you tried the light pad to put under the diamond painting? It works great by lighting up all the squares from underneath the canvas. It may be something to try if you haven’t yet. You can order one from our store if you’re interested. Thanks for your comment.

    Diamond Painting Hut
  • I love it but i cant do it even with a magnflying glass its just to small the letters, please tell me what i can do i am 64 years old so that doesnt help plus not that well but my son wants to help me but him too is having it hard. We both love it and we are dieing to do it years ago there was something called touch and tuck i wish it would be around again i need something to do because of my health i am at home all the time in wheelchair so i stay home to much work to get me out, so please help me sorry about everything i said

    Margaret S. Brighina

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