The new designs bring Sesame Street characters with a nice pop of color! | Source: Diamond Art Club/The Pop Insider

It’s a sunny day on Sesame Street when there are new crafts to do!

Offering a great way to relax and get nostalgic for a beloved children’s show, Diamond Art Club is releasing its newest set for the crafty among us. The Diamond Art Club x Sesame Street collection features four new designs with Sesame Street characters: Oscar the Grouch, Big Bird, Elmo, and Cookie Monster.

Diamond Art Club sells diamond painting kits, which are a bit like paint-by-numbers sets. Crafters use an applicator to glue tiny resin diamonds of different colors to a canvas, making a larger picture. And now that larger picture can be one of your favorite Sesame Street characters. This new collection will be available later today, Nov. 30, on the Diamond Art Club website and Amazon.

Each design offers a colorful depiction of that Sesame Street character from the shoulders up with a background color and pattern. The cute pop art look puts the characters and their personalities front and center. 

If you fall in love with what you make and want to do even more diamond art painting, Diamond Art Club has tons of other sets to choose from as well. There are kits ideal for beginners like the Wonder Woman “Be Your Own Hero” design, and best sellers of other pop culture favorites, including the “Where the Fun Never Ends” Adventure Time set. 

Related: Diamond Art Club Reveals New Craft Kits Featuring SpongeBob, Avatar, Rugrats, and More

There is also currently a Cyber Week Sale going on the Diamond Art Club website, offering a sitewide buy one, get one 50% deal off when you use the code “CYBERWEEK.” Rediscover your love for Sesame Street and unleash your creativity in a new way with these colorful diamond painting kits.

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Bug Hartsock

Bug Hartsock

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