What Do You Do With Leftover Diamond Painting Beads?

Can you roll up a finished diamond painting?

Rolling up your diamond art is a great way to store it and protect the rhinestones from falling off or getting damaged, but it is possible that the canvas can be curved when you open it up.

This is more likely the longer you leave the piece rolled up and the more tightly you roll it up when you do so..

Which is better round or square diamond painting?

Depending on your skill level, you may want to choose a drill that’s easiest to work with for you. As we covered, round diamonds can be easier to handle when getting started, but square diamonds make a more complete painting even though they do require more effort to place. The choice is up to you!

How do you store an unfinished diamond painting?

Keeping your diamond painting flat is the best way to store them as it will help avoid placed diamond painting drills from falling off from its canvas. This is why flat surfaced storing is the best for diamond paintings.

Can I use PVA glue to seal diamond painting?

People often want to seal their final work and take it to their friends’ homes. But the beads on the Diamond Painting may come off. So the easiest way is to seal the Diamond Painting by using some glues. Available glues are PVA glue, mod podge, Tombow glue, etc.

Do you put glass over diamond painting?

Frame the artwork like you would any photo, skipping the glass piece. Glass can dull the sparkle and vibrancy of the diamonds!

Do you have to seal a diamond painting?

Once you’ve completed your diamond painting, the object is to seal it in so that the square diamonds or round diamonds are locked in place. When you archive, display or just keep one of these paintings around, you want to keep it in pristine condition for as long as possible.