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■ Add more fun to life: DIY diamond painting can experience a sense of achievement, learn to reduce stress, emotional adjustment, enhance self-confidence and perseverance cultivate patience, the elderly and children are suitable.
■ Very easy to complete: High clear oil painting canvas is waterproof and even texture, the pattern itself has a sticky background and plastic protective film to keep the picture sticky, so that you could easy to complete the picture.
■ Very brilliant: There are 17 sections above the round drills to look shiny and will be never fade, more vibrant and brilliant than the resin diamonds. Shining in the light, is the most popular DIY decoration.
■ Very vivifying: If you think the decoration of your house is insipid and ordinary, our Cross Stitch Diamond Painting Kits can help you to make your drawing room, bedroom and other places become vivifying.
■ Easy to work: Firstly place the same diamonds in tray, then take the "pen" insert to the square adhesive lightly, leave some adhesive on the pen, finally pick up the diamond and place it on the corresponding number on the canvas.
Paintings are semi-finished product dose not include frame. All the size are measured by hand ,so please allow 1-3 cm differ
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The summer sound of leather hitting willow creates a very English feel in Frampton on Severn. Around the village green, the longest in England, cruck cottages cluster with Tudor and Georgian homes. It’s a place of marrow-judging and hoopla at the summer fete, of cask ale in the country pubs, Morris dancers, and bell ringing on Sundays.
In the heart of the community sits Frampton Court, sleeping 16 and looking exactly like a Cotswolds murder-mystery evening. It’s stoic and stately, aristocratic and Georgian. But a historic Bath-stone outside hides a whole household of fun inside. Get together, invade, make the spaces your own, get the coffee and Netflix on.
Clack the pool balls around in the games room, find a film in the cinema room, sing along with the Bose sound system, stream the BT wifi, tinkle the piano keys. Raid Stroud Farmers’ Market for local veg, meat, fish and honey, pile it into the American fridge-/freezer (or additional freezer in the lader) and turn it into family fuel on the Everhot with four electric ovens.
Walk the landscaped acres, watch the geese graze among the willows, cook marshmallows around the firepit, play croquet and cricket on the lawns. Eat beneath the chandelier in the oak-panelled dining room, snooze in front of burning logs, inhale the aroma of burnished wood, sleep in ‘The White Company’ linen, live a different life.
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