7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks You've Definitely Never Thought Of

December 08, 2019 2 min read 707 Comments

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

We LOVE diamond painting. There's absolutely nothing better than unboxing a new kit, prepping your canvas and tools, and spending countless hours putting diamonds to canvas to slowly reveal a masterpiece of your own making.

Fortunately, we're not alone in our addiction to this amazing new craft hobby! The passionate folks over at the official Paint With Diamonds Support Group are always sharing progress, tips, and tricks that make paint with diamonds lovers absolutely giddy! 

We've gone through hundreds of posts to find the best paint with diamonds tips and tricks. Read ahead for our favorites! 

7. Use egg cartons to organize your diamonds 

Raise chickens? Or did you just cook an omelette and use up all your eggs? Use the container to organize your diamonds! Courtesy of Niña Conklin. 

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

6. Tape or glue your diamonds next to their symbol on the canvas. 

Easily reference the diamonds you need at quick glance! Tip courtesy of Heidi Proctor and Angela Earley!

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

5. Use a marker to put the number or symbol on each diamond bag.  

If egg cartons aren't your style, simply sort the diamonds into the plastic Ziploc bags included in your kit. Then write the corresponding number or symbol on the outside of the bag. Tip thanks to Kelsey Kelso Bjork!

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

4. Use a cutting board as a flat surface for your canvas.

Can't find a good surface to use to complete your paint with diamonds? Just tape the canvas to a normal kitchen cutting board! Just wash it first ;). Thanks for the tip, Suzie Pini van Deurs!

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

3. Use a multi-diamond applicator tool to speed up the process!

Don't be afraid to pick up more than one diamond at a time! Most of our kits come with a double-sided tool that lets you pick up one diamond at a time, or a bunch! Tip courtesy of Brooke Stubbs. 

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

2. Flatten your canvas by sleeping on it. Literally. 

This one comes straight from Ali King, who says, "put it between two pieces of cardboard. Put that under my mattress and sleep on it overnight. Works great! I do that once I'm done with it as well, just to make sure all the diamonds are fully adhered."

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

1. Stop static cling with dryer sheets. 

Isn't it annoying when your diamonds stick to everything BUT the canvas? PWD fan Ariel Rocha recommends cutting up a dryer sheet and placing  small pieces of it in whatever you are storing the gems in. Game changer!

7 Paint With Diamonds Tricks Youve Definitely Never Thought Of

Have an awesome tip that we missed? Leave it in the comments below! And don't forget to share this post with your fellow die-hard paint with diamonds fans!


100 Responses

Deborah White
Deborah White

August 05, 2019

I bought your storage containers for my diamonds. But I love the idea of sleeping on my finished painting. Me finding your hobby is a blessing . Thank You So Much. Sincerely, Debi White

Gladys Naumann
Gladys Naumann

August 05, 2019

To Vicky, I found that doing every other space, then going back and filling in the space helps keep the lines straight.

Susan Vaughn
Susan Vaughn

August 05, 2019

If you are left handed I have Done 4 of these. The best place to start is the lower right! Being a lefty so that your hand does not get all sticky start at the bottom!
I do a lot of crafts and being a lefty the 1st one never turns out right. Because I have to finds what works for me!!!!
Plus what I have done is I take a picture of the key then I print it and use that to label things. I use storage for beads to sort. Plus I use tape so I can peal it off.

Vickie King
Vickie King

August 05, 2019

Can I use poster board to flatten my canvas under the mattress, or cardboard?? I should I place it picture part down? I’m a newbie and I’m running out of books, I have to I’m trying to flatten now🤷‍♀️

Chris
Chris

August 05, 2019

Help I’m halfway through my diamond art but my wax is drying out what should I do?

Karen DiAnn
Karen DiAnn

August 05, 2019

I have worked on a DP but had to stop for about 2 months, and I went to start working on it and about a quarter of the diamonds fell off, how do I correct the accident? Should I have placed it between the heavy wood boards my husband made if it’s going to be a while if I don’t work on it.
This had upset me quite a bit, because I need to put colors back in the right boxes.

Sheri
Sheri

August 05, 2019

The best and cheapest containers are at the $$$ Store. They come 12 small containers in a package and I bought a plastic container that stores all of them for the total price of $3.00. Can’t beat it.

Nancy Greene
Nancy Greene

August 05, 2019

You never get enough plastic storage bags with the kits. I purchased 2″ × 3″ bags through amazon. When I’ve completed the project I put all the bags into a Ziploc bag along with the color code and attach it to the item. Whoever gets the item has the beads and chart if necessary for replacement needs

Colleen Cassell
Colleen Cassell

August 05, 2019

I’ve found if I lift the top sheet up at both ends and place back down it straightens out straight away no need to sleep on it or put books on it !!

Bonnie M
Bonnie M

August 05, 2019

I also couldn’t get the multiple bead tool to work, then my 9 yr old granddaughter taught me! Completely fill the holder (to the top) with wax. When picking up diamonds have 4 lined up. I am left handed, so I start from the left side and get the 1st one in then slide to my right so diamonds are snug in the holder. Works like a charm!

Diana
Diana

July 18, 2019

When I have completed my project how do I frame it?

Rhonda Sikes
Rhonda Sikes

July 18, 2019

Use static guard aerosol spray vs dryer sheets to combat static issues

Amber Boyer
Amber Boyer

July 18, 2019

Hi how do you get the diamonds to stick firmly in place

Dorothy Derowitsch
Dorothy Derowitsch

July 18, 2019

I store diamonds in a plastic container with many compartments. Before putting the diamonds in container wipe each section with a fabric dryer sheet to stop static and making it easier to get them out of the container.

Jason
Jason

July 18, 2019

How do I keep the square drills from popping up?

Victoria Maas
Victoria Maas

July 18, 2019

Is it really necessary to save beads from an old project?

Kathy Bauman
Kathy Bauman

July 18, 2019

Is there one place to get the kits that have clearer stamped instructions on the canvas? I have tried a few and it seems each one gets worse!

Debbie Greene
Debbie Greene

July 18, 2019

I just finished my first project. I had no problems and love doing it. But my friend is doing one and the diamonds keep popping off and they are various sizes now causing problems flowing into the next square Can anyone help us

Cyndi
Cyndi

July 18, 2019

I bought an artist portfolio to store my paintings in. The larger size fits nicely.

Denise
Denise

July 18, 2019

Get a thick poster board. Super Glue on the board old fashioned clothespins. Line up bags,leave spaces between each bag. Then you can clip your bags to the board for easy access to each color needed. Didn’t come up with this tip on my own saw it posted somewhere online and thought I’d pass on the tip since I didn’t see it here.

Denise
Denise

July 18, 2019

Get a thick poster board. Super Glue on the board old fashioned clothespins. Line up bags,leave spaces between each bag. Then you can clip your bags to the board for easy access to each color needed. Didn’t come up with this tip on my own saw it posted somewhere online and thought I’d pass on the tip since I didn’t see it here.

Amzette Auld
Amzette Auld

July 18, 2019

Hello. I’m new. I just started my first kit. It’s the tiny one with the Purple sky and the guy holding the umbrella. (I LOVE PRINCE). I just ordered the Sweet Hummingbird kit. Is that where I’ll get the tool that lets you do 3 at a time or do I have to order it. Thank you for all your great advice. You all are awesome!!! 💜💜💜

Catherine Woodward
Catherine Woodward

July 18, 2019

Use nail polish remover or acetone on a cotton pad to remove the diamond legend and other writing before framing. You won’t have to worry about it peeking out of the edges of your matting or frame.

Robyn
Robyn

July 18, 2019

I found a pill container that has 21 sections that each open individually! Open the one you are using and if you walk away you know what Color is in your tray. Also no spilling and easy open. ( make sure you get one that each section is separate that if you travel they won’t mix together). I use the paper symbols to tape to the lids.

sarah weyer
sarah weyer

July 18, 2019

I was reading through the comments and saw that one poster mentioned having spilled all of her diamonds. I had the same problem my first XL size piece which had 34 different colors! I contacted the seller and asked if I could buy another set of diamonds without the picture or tools and they said it was a fairly common problem and they sent out a full set of replacement diamonds free of charge! May not work with all companies but worth asking, especially if you’ve already started the painting!

denise
denise

July 18, 2019

i LOVE the round beads; would someone PLEASE tell me what i’m doing wrong with the square ones? i thought they’d be easier, however, they are NOT, and i can’t get them to line up. there are tiny gaps between EVERY bead. help!!!

Vicky
Vicky

July 18, 2019

Please tell me how you keep your lines straight I’m ready to throw everything in the garbage HELP!!!!!!!’nnnnn

Ivy Byers
Ivy Byers

July 18, 2019

I always use a small tackle box for my diamonds, and write the number on the inside of the lid.

Tiffany Smith
Tiffany Smith

June 21, 2019

I love tip number 2, I never thought of that! Here’s a tip for framing; if your canvas is an irregular size try the customizable frames at Hobby Lobby :) In their framing section they have regular picture frames (they’re simple black metal frames, but you can always paint it later). The frames I’m talking about are sold in separate pieces, as in they sell each side section or edge of the frame separately instead of all put together. And they have each side available in multiple sizes along with multiple sizes of glass. Of course you can always leave the glass out, but I prefer to get a frame with glass to protect all the hard work I put into each canvas :)

Grace
Grace

June 21, 2019

I can’t get the “drill” to work. I have about 5 different “multiple diamond 💎 holding” devices and can’t get any to work bid I get them in it (which is hard to get several in right, no gaps, then I can’t get them out. I end up having to pick them out. I asked someone who does these to show me and they can’t get hers or mine to work either. What is this user doing wrong. “User error “ I’m sure 😯

Mona
Mona

June 21, 2019

I’ve finished a total of 17 and still going . I use a laptop desk that sits on my lap and it’s perfect fit for any size canvas.

Joyce Puttock
Joyce Puttock

June 21, 2019

I use weekly pill containers while I’m doing them out the numbers on the top easy to take off and I store the ones I haven’t used in small clip lock bags and put the numbers from the pill box on front of bag then I put a pic of the one I have done in the bag with the left over diamonds

Jane Ungelbach
Jane Ungelbach

June 21, 2019

Store left over bags numerical in a container. If you need more for another project it will be right there by number. Also save empty bags file by number so can use for next project if necessary.

Marty Haugh
Marty Haugh

June 21, 2019

I put a few layer of clear polyurethane on the picture after I’m done and use them for small table toppers.

Jenny
Jenny

June 21, 2019

We’re can I buy the Multiple Diamond tool please and how much

Melissa
Melissa

June 21, 2019

Instead of sleeping on the painting pull the paper back and put it right back on the canvas. It instantly smooths it out!

Joan
Joan

June 21, 2019

I put my Diamond Art of a big wooden easel with a light tray under it to make it easier to work at it. The picture is held onto the wooden easel by large clips

Janice Dahl
Janice Dahl

June 21, 2019

I love diamond painting also, unfortunately, last night when I was ‘painting’ I spilled about 5 of my diamonds on the floor. They got mixed up, so don’t know what to do now. I put my diamonds into the boxes for the 7 days of pills.

Debbie
Debbie

June 21, 2019

After reading the questions and challenges, I am so glad I watched the u-tube videos before starting. Most supplies you can find in the jewelry section of craft stores. Michaels has a bead travel binder that holds several containers similar to the pharmacy weekly pill boxes. They slide into a plastic tube for easy travel. I’ve seen where you can buy extra containers or even non sectioned ones so your can put your pens, tweezers, etc in them. If you only need a few beads, you can tap into the tray or I use a baby spoon to scoop them into the lined trays. I also use the small plastic containers like coffee comes in to keep my wax fresh. Clean pizza boxes work great to keep your projects separated for the smaller canvases. I store my leftover drills in small jewelry bags and place them inside individual baseball card sleeves to they stand up in a decorative box for easy access

Georgia
Georgia

June 21, 2019

How do you frame these different size pictures.

Karen
Karen

June 21, 2019

I use the egg carton but never thought of taping the color of the drill to the number on picture

Mary
Mary

June 21, 2019

I use a thin coat of glossy mod podge to keep any drills from popping off.

Cindy Engel
Cindy Engel

June 21, 2019

I would love to see some glow in the dark paintings. I just love sitting and working on my paintings. It’s hard to stop once you get started, I spent 7 hrs on a painting today and the time flew by so fast. But i would love to do some glow in the dark paintings, I think they would be beautiful.

Heather
Heather

June 21, 2019

I buy the small disposable condiment cups at our grocery store to store my diamonds in..and cut out and tape the number from the bag on the lid..they seal tight

Tiffany Travers
Tiffany Travers

June 21, 2019

Use a rolling pin to completely flatten those stubborn ones that don’t “click”!

Nancy Weyde
Nancy Weyde

June 21, 2019

Buy a light to place under your picture. It will prove to be the best investment, if you keep doing diamond painting.

Julialee Jones
Julialee Jones

June 21, 2019

Are the diamonds for one picture the same as the same number of other pictures? In other words are the same numbers the same color on each picture?

Nana Log
Nana Log

June 21, 2019

I like to use a light board to make it easier to see what I’m doing and when it’s finished I use clear glue over the top.

garalyn Mcalpin
garalyn Mcalpin

June 21, 2019

I go to the dollar tree store and but there little cup with lids works wonders

Moira
Moira

June 21, 2019

Great ideas…
I’d like to see enough baggies for all colors..I’m always short..

Carrie Derosa
Carrie Derosa

June 21, 2019

I use little party clear trays I got at the dollar store. I label them with the bead number and then pour the beads into the trays for easy access and pick up when working on a painting. Then I store them in a storage container I got at the craft show so your animals cant get to them.

Carrie Derosa
Carrie Derosa

June 21, 2019

I use little party clear trays I got at the dollar store. I label them with the bead number and then pour the beads into the trays for easy access and pick up when working on a painting. Then I store them in a storage container I got at the craft show so your animals cant get to them.

Susan Woodward
Susan Woodward

June 21, 2019

As fort No.5 I write the symbol the color number and the number in order of it. Ie: 1-@ 150 on the baggie and/or the storage compartment I use.

PeggyAnn Smith
PeggyAnn Smith

June 21, 2019

Some good tips…thanks! 💜

I use Small Plastic Ziplock Jewelry size bags I buy in bulk to put my drills in after I open each color! 💜

Roberta Barker
Roberta Barker

June 21, 2019

Love doing these, I have just finished the “Spices and Spoons”, I call the Diamonds “Tiles” I think I am addicted now,. I have ordered the “Butterfies” about to do that for one of my granddaughters, for her Birthday, she was very interested at my work. I find them very relaxing. Thank you , Roberta

Lori Durbin
Lori Durbin

June 21, 2019

I buy round plastic containers at Dollar Tree. You get 10 round or 10 square containers in a package for $1.00. Then I just reuse the containers.

Melanie
Melanie

June 04, 2019

I use bead trays – the ones that are individual round cups- to keep my diamonds in. I use mounting board behind my canvas when I’m framing, as well as gluing the mat to the canvas, and use the snuggest fitting glass I can find to help prevent diamonds from popping out. When it does happen a small drop of clear nail polish under the diamond or double sided tape if it’s more than one works well

Michele Greenberg
Michele Greenberg

June 04, 2019

Love your art painting thank you for your site I’m also try to find the frame that was the began it no longer on your site it said is u want to buy go to site I did no frame but love the pictures thank you

Roberta Maynard
Roberta Maynard

June 04, 2019

What is a drill? I’ve seen several comments regarding them. I’m new to these, but I love them.

Roberta
Roberta

June 04, 2019

Thank you for these tips. #3 explained a lot for me.

Sue Webb
Sue Webb

June 04, 2019

I get a heavier zip lock bag and store the extra diamonds in them and store by what picture it is in a larger bag

Sue Webb
Sue Webb

June 04, 2019

I got one of these last year in August and so far I have 9 finished love doing these

LaNae Myhre
LaNae Myhre

June 04, 2019

When I am finished with a picture, I feel over the top of the diamonds to make sure all are down flat and adhered. Then just for good measure i will lay the picture on the counter, place a towel over it, and use my rolling pin (dont put to much pressure) but some. You will hear little pops as you go over it

Linda Miller
Linda Miller

June 04, 2019

I paint all mine with Elmer’s glue

Tammy
Tammy

June 04, 2019

I went to the local craft store and bought empty paint holders I think there are 3 in a pack and 8 or so in one. I just pop the top and put my diamonds in them with their number on top. Easy storage and easy to find.

Kim Godfrey
Kim Godfrey

June 04, 2019

I went to Michael’s and got some round containers with lids and the round stickers to put on top of it with the symbol/number of the color and you can reuse them when your done, just put another sticker on top

Elaine
Elaine

June 04, 2019

Wish sells nice little bead containers, with multiple slots and snapping lids. I just label tape and stick on for removal later.

Linda Wetherbee
Linda Wetherbee

June 04, 2019

Go to wal mart ,you can buy round cantainer, and I used white out,to label them.and all are reusable, by Scratching off the white Out

terrich1986@gmail.com
terrich1986@gmail.com

June 04, 2019

I hold my picture up to the lite,, holding it with the back towards you,u can easily see if you missed a spot… But now I bought the lite and so much easier….

Tina Smith
Tina Smith

June 04, 2019

To insure that my diamonds stay in place after I finish one, I MOD PODGE the whole painting. When it dries, the diamonds are all glued together and reinforced. It does not hurt the shine of the diamonds at all.

Marcia Mullings
Marcia Mullings

June 04, 2019

Love Diamond painting a lot of fun

Tana Phillips
Tana Phillips

June 04, 2019

I got a frame from Amazon. It was 16×20 for 25 bucks. I used my exacto knife to cut off the borders of the canvas. I took out that border inside the frame and pic fit like a glove!

Debbie
Debbie

June 04, 2019

I went to AC Moore and got plastic boxes I separated all my diamonds into the separate sections. I took the paper and blew up the size and cut the symbols and taped it to the lid above the corresponding diamonds. I use a plastic spoon to scoop out my diamonds. I am so addicted to this.

Bev
Bev

June 04, 2019

I have special containers just for my diamonds sold for diamond art you just have to put a little piece of tape on each container and I just stick that color diamond on the tape for each container. There kinda neat but diffenity orderly !!!

carol
carol

June 04, 2019

When I have diamonds that don’t want to stay. I use gorilla glue that has a point and small finger nail polish brush. I just lightly dab the square with the glue and the diamond stays forever

Sisilcandy
Sisilcandy

June 04, 2019

Recently bought a diamond kit. The kit brought all the colors necessary it was an amazing picture no rinkles in the canvas everything perfect. But when I kept trying to pick up the gems with the red wax on the pink stick I couldn’t pick up but 2 and then it would stop working. I noticed that all the beads in my kit had like this powder coating that kept sticking to the wax when I picked one up and would not let me pick any more up. Any one had this problem??

Lynne
Lynne

June 04, 2019

I am totally addicted to these. I went to the $ store and got pill boxes. I would rather buy another picture than spend more money on expensive boxes. That way everyone wins!!

Lynne
Lynne

June 04, 2019

I am totally addicted to these. I went to the $ store and got pill boxes. I would rather buy another picture than spend more money on expensive boxes. That way everyone wins!!

INA DEFOREST
INA DEFOREST

June 04, 2019

When I finish a picture it may be awhile before I frame it. I use a cardboard from wrapping paper and roll picture around it. You cut it to what ever length you need. Easy to store and takes very little space.

Mandy
Mandy

June 04, 2019

To prevent beads from coming off the canvas, use double sided tape on areas that are no longer sticky, or a glue pen and put small dots on the canvas then the bead. To finish and maintain my art I apply a generous layer of puzzle glue to the whole piece. It does not change the shine or color of the beads!!

Jodie Ulch Bishop
Jodie Ulch Bishop

June 04, 2019

I have purchased regular canvases. I attached my picture to the canvas with tape and work on it while it’s on the canvas. Then when I’m done I use puzzle glue to attach it to the canvas and use a thin layer of puzzle glue over top of my pic to keep all the drills in place. I then can hang my completed pic that’s attached to the canvas…😊😊

Allyson
Allyson

June 04, 2019

Are the colours and symbols the same for each painting? Like embroidery cotton?

Kris
Kris

June 04, 2019

I save the plastic cover from previous pictures so when I am working on a large picture I wrap it around my forearm so it does not stick when I reach across unfinished areas to place diamonds. I generally do all of one color at a time instead of little areas.

Lisa Reardon
Lisa Reardon

June 04, 2019

What I have found to be the best thing to write with on the plastic bags or anything that you are using that is plastic like. Wet erase markers are the best. Because it comes off the plastic bags or plastic containers with a little bit of water and a paper towel or a washcloth.

Mycal
Mycal

June 04, 2019

I use the clear plastic bottle containers and instead of cutting/tearing little pieces of tape I just use a Sharpie and wipe clean with hand sanitizer easily.

Samantha Hite
Samantha Hite

June 04, 2019

I bought a pick me up pen from amazon and it’s been a game changer

Margie
Margie

June 04, 2019

The reason they pop off they are not the same size look at them some are to small there is a lot of them in all the Diamond paintings I got its a pain.

Connie
Connie

June 04, 2019

I use a flat cookie sheet and magnets instead of a cutting board. Works good for me

Sandy
Sandy

June 04, 2019

I organize my kit’s colors by color palette, then empty each color into a tall snack baggie and label each by the chart number, the symbol and color palette letter. I place each color palette of baggies into a medium binder clip. This way I don’t have to sort through 40 baggies to find the color I need, it’s neat and easy to pour the diamonds into the work tray and back again. The snack baggies cost less than $1, they are a super organization tool and store nice and flat in a large zip lock bag for easy transport to craft class. I store my canvas in a heavy cardboard sleeve that I’ve made from a TV delivery box that I’ve taped together on the bottom and one side. It keeps it very flat and is easy to transport to/from craft class and it’s easy go get the canvas in and out of the sleeve.

Ramona Martin
Ramona Martin

June 04, 2019

I bought the accessory kit but how do you get the stones in the ones that hold 3,6,9 I can’t figure it out

Amy
Amy

June 04, 2019

Can you use baking paper instead of the plastic sheet yo.cove your diamond paint?

Fram Wulf
Fram Wulf

June 04, 2019

l am on my 21 PWD and love it. Love all of the hints expectlyt the one with the egg carton. That wasone of the best.

Sai
Sai

June 04, 2019

I purchased one of the cases from here with sixty individual bottles. Each bottle I’ve used has the DMC code on the bottle itself and the code for the canvas I’m doing on the lid. All extra diamond fit in the case too along with all my tools. I can always empty containers I don’t need for my next project and swap the lids over to correspond to the new canvas. Best purchase I’ve made for diamond painting!

mombo
mombo

June 04, 2019

how do you safely take a painting when traveling. Do you roll it up? will the drills come off?

Diane E Waldron
Diane E Waldron

June 04, 2019

I use a clipboard for smaller canvas. I can clip my light and the canvas on top. I have used a warm iron after I am finished. Turn the canvas face down and cover with a pressing cloth. Press iron around canvas first then iron from inside out. I haven’t lost any diamonds on finished canvases since I started doing this.

Donna Berndt
Donna Berndt

June 04, 2019

Hi,
How do I keep square beads close together on my canvas?
I’m getting very noticeable gaps in between the diamonds.
Thank you

Linda Clay
Linda Clay

June 04, 2019

With the static from the bags of beads to the tray, I would put hand cream on my hands and rub it slightly in, then before putting the beads in the tray or in the small container’s I use, I rub the cream from my hands around the tray and containers. Walla!! No more static!!

Linda Clay
Linda Clay

June 04, 2019

With the static from the bags of beads to the tray, I would put hand cream on my hands and rub it slightly in, then before putting the beads in the tray or in the small container’s I use, I rub the cream from my hands around the tray and containers. Walla!! No more static!!

Patrish. Refre
Patrish. Refre

June 04, 2019

A piece of paper fell on an uncovered area of my painting! When I pulled the paper off, some of it stayed on my Painting. In trying to remove the paper some of it stayed stuck. In trying to remove paper, I removed the stickiness for the Diamond to adhere to the Painting. Now the diamonds won’t adhere to Painting!!! What do I use to replace stickiness to Painting? It’s an area of about 3″×3″. Please help!!!! I was just starting this Painting.

Tami Kusak
Tami Kusak

June 04, 2019

When I was done with my last DP I used Modge Pod to protect the painting and help secure those loose diamonds that wanted to pop off. Looks great.

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