DMC Color Chart For Diamond Painting - PRINTED and MAILED - Hard Copy plus PDF file to download

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This DMC Color Chart and Spare Thread or Drill Inventory Tracker is a PRINTED, HARD COPY that will be mailed to you.  I will also email you a PDF Download in case you need to print another page later, or just to have for your records.  This is a complete DMC color chart.  

The DIAMOND PAINTING chart includes the 447, plus 16 new colors of DMC Color Chart (Colors numbered 1 - 5200).  At the request of several people, I have added columns for AB Square and AB Round drills.  This will be 7 printed pages.


This reference chart provides the DMC number and a color swatch of each diamond number/color.  The new numbers are not on the actual DMC color chart yet, so there will be no color swatch beside those numbers.  But, you can still glue a piece of thread or drill beside the color. They are in numerical order.  Also, there are 4 blank spaces beside each, labeled Square, Round, AB Square, and AB Round so you can keep up with all of the different shapes in the same place.   I place a drill in the box if I have spares of that color/shape.  When I want to know if I have spares in a particular color and shape, just a quick look at my chart, and I know instantly!  This sure saves me from digging through my spares containers every time someone, or I, needs some spares.


*****IF YOU WOULD PREFER A CHART WITHOUT THE AB COLUMNS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW AND I WILL SEND YOU THE ORIGINAL CHART WITHOUT AB COLUMNS INSTEAD.*****


NO DIAMOND DRILLS ARE SOLD IN THIS LISTING. 

Charts are printed on 8.5" x 11" heavy duty, card stock paper.  I use card stock because it is sturdier and seems to hold-up better with the glued-on drills or threads.  Pages are put into heavy duty plastic sheet protectors before being fastened into a 3 prong folder, for easy storage.  Photo's show an example of what the complete chart looks like.  Folder colors will vary.

Hey Y'all. My name is Lisa and I am a "helper" at heart. I was a paramedic/firefighter for 30 plus years, until my overused, aching back stopped me in 2016. I was totally lost and just didn't know what to do with myself, not being able to "help" someone.

I have been crafting as stress relief all of my life, but I just couldn't figure out what I could do while stuck in my recliner or in bed. A friend introduced me to Diamond Painting, and I quickly came to love it. However, I have Raynaud's Disease, along with Arthritis, and those little pink pens made my hands hurt so bad! Being, unexpectedly, medically disabled and with a loss of income, I couldn't afford those 20-40 dollar, beautiful, polymer clay, hand turned pens that people were selling, so I had to come up with a solution that I could afford. Soooooo, I bought some ink pens in the store and made myself some comfortable, but not quite as expensive, Diamond Painting Pens. I showed them to my friends on a DP Facebook group that I am in, and someone asked me to make them one and they'd pay for it. I agreed, and others started asking for one. Wow! I never thought about selling them. Then, someone told me that I should check into opening a shop on a Handmade platform. So I did.

What the heck do I know about running my own business??? Absolutely nothing! When I asked his opinion, My Hubby told me, "You just do what you've always done. Do your best, try to help people, make them happy, and just be you". After serious thought, many conversations with the Hubby and my daughter, and tons of research, The Dancin' Daisy was born. Yes, I was terrified to take the leap and open my shop. To tell the truth, I am still terrified half the time. lol

Since having a Lumbar Fusion back surgery and Spinal Cord Stimulator implant, I can finally live a more normal life, outside of the recliner and the bed. LOL

Now, I have a new passion...I love finding and creating new items for you to enjoy! Whether its Diamond Painting (which is now my favorite craft EVER!) or any kind of Needle work - I like to find or make new items, embellish items, or re-purpose items for your crafting enjoyment. I especially love going to estate sales to find beautiful vintage pieces of jewelry and all kind of other items and turning it into a fun tool for crafting! It makes me happy to create items that will make others smile and fulfills my need of "helping" by making you happy! :)

I started out making only Diamond Painting pens, but since then, I have added all kinds of other items. I love looking for the perfect item to turn into a Crafting Accessory.  Now I have lots of Diamond Painting, Cross Stitch, Embroidery, Knitting, and most types of needlework accessories!

What an honor it is to be affiliated with goimagine.com.  I can TRULY help people now!  And there is nothing more rewarding to me, than helping a child in need!

So, Thank You.  Thank you all for shopping small businesses and THANK YOU for being a part of the  #caringeconomy and shopping with #goimagine.  And, last but definitely not least, Thank You for visiting The Dancin' Daisy!

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Due to COVID, I do not accept returns or exchanges, but contact me if there is a problem with your order.  I stand behind my products and pride my shop on 100% customer satisfaction so we will definitely work it out!


I accept cancellations within 3 hours of purchase for Custom/Personalized items and within 6 hours for all other orders.  I cannot accept a cancellation after the order has begun being made or is shipped.  


I do not accept cancellations or issue refunds on pdf download files, as you receive them immediately upon purchase.


All orders will be shipped First Class unless Priority Shipping is purchased separately. USPS normally takes 3-5 days to deliver First Class packages, however, with COVID and employee shortages, they seem to still be experiencing delays in some areas and may take a little longer, even for Priority packages.


If your order arrives damaged, please contact me immediately.  I will need for you to keep and take photos of the package, all packaging materials, and the damaged item/items.  The post office will need this information for the "Damaged Package" insurance claim.