Dillardia

5D Diamond Painting Drills

Mount Carmel, Tennessee | 1222 Sales

Dillardia

5D Diamond Painting Drills

Mount Carmel, Tennessee 1222 Sales On Etsy since 2018

5 out of 5 stars (214)

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Cindy Dillard

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Hello! My name is Cynthia Dillard and I am from Tennessee. I came across a new craft called 5D Diamond Painting. I have been cross stitching for 30+ years and when I seen this craft, I was very interested! But when I began searching I noticed how hard it was finding sellers in the US. Then I noticed how finding the individual drills was even harder. What do you do when you only need a few extra drills? Or when your cat/dog spills your drills all over the floor (because you know you would never do that)? You WAIT....and wait and wait. I wanted to change that. I am hoping to build my inventory up with more colors and eventually have them all! Thank you for stopping by for a little visit in my Etsy Shop. If you have any questions, advice or just want to say Hi, contact me!

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Last updated on Feb 13, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Do you get your drills from China?

Yes! As far as I know China is the only place drills are manufactured. I do not send them to you directly from China.

I do a cleaning and anti-static process and remove unwanted or defective drills. I check for defects at 3 different points in the process. The motto is "if you see it, you get it!" If I would remove it out of my personal stash, then I will remove it out if yours!

This does NOT mean you will never find a defective drill! These things are tiny and my 43 year old eyes can only see so much. But I strive to send out the best quality I possibly can.

Why do you sell drills by weight and not by count?

Since it would be difficult to count these drills, I have done research on how much they weigh to make the packaging process easier. Six grams should give you approximately 1000 drills. I sell the packages as 6 grams but actually put anywhere from 6.2 to 6.4 grams in each package.

What if I want to order a larger quantity than you have listed?

If you are needing a large quantity of drills, please feel free to contact me so we can discuss your needs.