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

December 08, 2019 2 min read 702 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!


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Danielle
Danielle

June 04, 2019

I love using Blue Tac instead of the pink was included in the kits. It last much longer!

Rae Hogsten
Rae Hogsten

June 04, 2019

I too would like to know what to do about beads that pop off. One person mentioned midge podge. Does that take away from the sheen of the bead after application?

Lee Ann Hutton
Lee Ann Hutton

June 04, 2019

I’ve done 7 canvases so far and there is never enough zip lock bags to put all colors in.

Tara L Monette
Tara L Monette

June 04, 2019

Becky Webb Horten
I had the same issue with my work popping out.
My sister suggested puzzle paint. At Walmart, I found clear semigloss spray on glue by Rustoleum in their paint section. Seems to work pretty well. Just make sure you use in a well ventilated area!!!!

Tara L Monette
Tara L Monette

June 04, 2019

After a while, the wax can get a bit tough to manage. I use a rolling pin to rework the wax and keep it supple!
I also use the rolling pin to secure my work! To me it’s just as important as the rest of my tools.

Tara L Monette
Tara L Monette

June 04, 2019

So I found out my diamonds will start to peel away from the canvas and start sticking to my hand or arm instead, ESPECIALLY after working with a canvas that is larger than my forearm long.
To fix this, I place a standard sheet of paper under my arm as I work. My diamonds stay in place and the paper glides easily over the placed diamonds.. win-win!

Lone Kristensen
Lone Kristensen

June 04, 2019

When I finish a painting, I take my rolling pin and give the painting “a good roll” just to make sure every diamond stays in place before framing.

Lone Kristensen
Lone Kristensen

June 04, 2019

When I finish a painting, I take my rolling pin and give the painting “a good roll” just to make sure every diamond stays in place before framing.

Rosella Beeman
Rosella Beeman

June 04, 2019

My diamonds are hard to pick up what do I do

Michael Roush
Michael Roush

June 04, 2019

My favorite is number 6

Carla Woods
Carla Woods

June 04, 2019

I cut the extra edges off and I buy canvas for painting and use spray adhesive and then tacky glue along the edges. You can paint the edges or leave them. It is a less expensive way to frame. I also cut stiff foam board and glue the canvas to them (leave about half an inch to an inch of the edge of canvas and then when you get it glued on you can put a colored duck tape on the edges like a frame, then use a triangle hanger or glued piece of ribbon on back and a push pin to hold in wall. IA do this for those sizes that it is impossible to find a frame and if you do a lot of pictures it is very expensive to have them all custom framed. I also go to garage sales, thrift stores and look for frames. If they are a little big you can put scrap paper around the picture to frame it in the frame. I have found if I spill my diamonds on the floor a damp sponge helps to pick them up. If you find out that your diamonds won’t stick in a big areas of the canvas notify the seller and ask for a new one or a refund. The same for missing diamonds, there is nothing more frustrating then getting almost done and find you are missing diamonds even when you have the number of packets they say. Hope this helps. I have done over 40 of them in the last 9 months. Love them.

Nancy
Nancy

June 04, 2019

Why aren’t there more round diamond projects. I seem to work with those better and if there are more where do I get those

Deb
Deb

June 04, 2019

When I have completed a picture, I use a rolling pin on the picture. That pops any loose diamonds into place then I paint on a thick coat of Mod . It secures the diamonds, then frame.

Tammy S.
Tammy S.

June 04, 2019

For storing beads I use the daily pill boxes which is sold @ Walmart by the pharmacy. Very inexpensive .88cents for a pack which is individual 14 compartments but in 1 box that each lid snap open and close. It has Sun.- Sat. printed on them but I write the numbers on little pieces of paper, then tape them with scotch tape over the paper. I know it’s alot of piddly work, but it works well for me!!! Plus it’s portable!!! Sometimes a couple of the lids don’t snap close tight so I use scotch tape to keep it closed so you don’t loose your beads.

Tina
Tina

June 04, 2019

I have so many left over diamonds
from kits what can I do with them all?? I have them all numbered, bagged, per kit. An there they set.

Victoria Hensley
Victoria Hensley

June 04, 2019

Using those lil baby food jars or pimento jars are great for holding diamonds.

Victoria Hensley
Victoria Hensley

June 04, 2019

Using those lil baby food jars or pimento jars are great for holding diamonds.

Penny Costello
Penny Costello

June 04, 2019

I had a few pop off also. I Modge podge them. They come in all different shine’s. As for framing, I make my own.

Marlena
Marlena

June 04, 2019

I know everyone says to start from the top right corner, but I start from the bottom and work up. This allows me to keep my tray and hands on the section already worked as I move upward. Also, I recommed a light pad to anyone doing a diamond painting. It was a total game changer for me!

Denise A Moen-Bishop
Denise A Moen-Bishop

June 04, 2019

I purchased a container of 28 cubes that are in rows of 4 that I put the diamonds in and label with the matching symbol from Amazon. They also have the light board and the container for all of your supplies at a reasonable price

Joan MacLean
Joan MacLean

June 04, 2019

To flatten your canvas just peel back each of the 4 corners and lay them down again and that will flatten your canvas. So far I have never found any canvas this does not work with. Good luck and happy painting.

Shelley Wilson
Shelley Wilson

June 04, 2019

Mendi
You can buy “diamond painting accessories “ on any site that sells diamond paintings; or use that phrase as a search

Megan
Megan

June 04, 2019

I use an old plastic tackle box thats flat to store my drills (with baggies I bought from the pill section at walmart perfect size) and keep my pic flat on top! I also use the multi colored stickers from yard sales to put the number and icon on my baggies! That way the bags are reusable!!

Carol Kitch
Carol Kitch

June 04, 2019

I think it would be extremely helpful if the tool for square diamonds would be square shaped I do believe they would be easier to place them then the round tip one.

Terra Crouch
Terra Crouch

June 04, 2019

Has anyone found a trick to quickly turn diamonds right side up?

Doreen R Bilier
Doreen R Bilier

June 04, 2019

What is the best way to do square I have not had much luck with them and I just orderd three.

Mary Ann Mikkelsen
Mary Ann Mikkelsen

June 04, 2019

I had a problem with some of my diamonds popping out. After I was finished I put thin coat o water soluble varnish all over and let it dry complete before i framed it. Nothing has move out of place so far, and it idin’t diminish the sparkle of the diamonds at all.

Joan
Joan

June 04, 2019

What do I need to do if I have to stop for any real length of time ? So the canvas stays sticky …

Isa Atkinson
Isa Atkinson

June 04, 2019

My kit came but the symbols on the canvas dont match the legend to go by. Help!

Dana Young
Dana Young

June 04, 2019

I mixed all my diamond from the first painting. Is something I can make with the9 left over?

Rhonnda Opoien
Rhonnda Opoien

June 04, 2019

I use pill container and number them according to list on canvas..ie..310=1, 458=2 etc..much easier and won’t spill

Carol Baker
Carol Baker

June 04, 2019

A video I watched said that a glue stick could be used to cover any areas of your canvas that are no longer sticky.

Dawn
Dawn

June 04, 2019

Baby food jars are great for storing the diamonds as well

Glenna Stratton
Glenna Stratton

June 04, 2019

I use the LED lite tablet. It so much easier to see the numbers and letters. I ordered the large one
Works great. I have done over 50 pictures. Still have 20 to do

Judy Cavalier
Judy Cavalier

June 04, 2019

I use my empty pill bottles to store my diamonds in. I wright the number on the cap of the bottle as well as on the side. I place the bottles in a box or plastic tray lined up numerically. This makes it so easy to locate the next number that I need.

Breanna D
Breanna D

June 04, 2019

I use bead storage stackable containers that come in their own little plastic case to sort diamonds. Usually get mine at hobby lobby

Lana
Lana

June 04, 2019

I separate my diamonds by using pill organizers. I use a piece of tape on the lids to write the numbers of the diamonds. They are reusable and take up little storage space.
Also, it was suggested that I spray a light coating of craft glue over the finished canvas before framing. This seals the diamonds to the canvas so the beauty of our craft can endure a longer life against climate change.

Debbie
Debbie

June 04, 2019

I tape my canvas on to a glass coffee table and put a small LED light under it so it is easier to see the codes in each square for those of us that have bad eyes but love doing this craft.

Gail Johns
Gail Johns

June 04, 2019

hey Becky try using Elmers Bond glue it drys clear. Or puzzle glue same thing so after you have placed diamonds put the glue on.

June
June

June 04, 2019

After you’re done with your painting use a rolling pin on it to make sure all your diamonds are secure

Lorraine Nielsen
Lorraine Nielsen

June 04, 2019

What do you do with a large canvas and some diamonds stick and some don’t. Or they seem to and when you hold it up they fall off
HELP NEEDED

Tarlie
Tarlie

June 04, 2019

Use Blu tack instead of the red wax strip, the sticky lasts longer so less time adding and more time painting

Janice
Janice

June 04, 2019

Try using clear (not light pink) fingernail polish. I found some at the $1 store and any time those little devildrills don’t like where I put them I dab a little polish on. This can be done on the pattern or on the drills after they are down!

Stephanie
Stephanie

June 04, 2019

I use the little 24 jar clear bead organizers with the screw on lids. I just write the # on the top with a sharpie, if I need to erase it, rubbing alcohol takes it right off.

Melanie Mills
Melanie Mills

June 04, 2019

I do all these except egg cartons, those get turned into Firestarter but all the rest doing em all! They all work well. So I guess it’s true… great minds think alike!

Patrish
Patrish

June 04, 2019

I can’t seem to get the drills to line up in the tracks of the tray as I’ve seen on so many utube videos. How do I get them to line up????!!! Also I’ve placed little squares (1"X1") of softener sheets in with my drills and after a few days, the drills go back to sticking together. HELP!!!!!! Az Addict to Diamond Painting

Angelica
Angelica

June 04, 2019

Hey Tammy with the nonsticky canvas! If you’re really fond of it and want to finish it you can use fabric glue to stick the pieces on. Just make sure to only do a little bit at a time though, fabric glue dries up fast!

John Weber
John Weber

June 04, 2019

I have gone to using 2 diamond pens, one in each hand. One pen has the wax to pick up the diamond and I barely apply pressure, just enough to pick it up and dab it where it goes on the canvas. Then I use the pen in my other hand; which has no wax, just as it comes in the package and position it perfectly and then press it down. This technique makes it that there is no gooy wax on the diamond nor the the wax ooze out all over the diamond. Since I use minimal wax on the one pen, it lasts for hundreds of diamonds before having to re-apply wax and there is no mess. Anyway, this works for me and once you get in a groove, things move along very quickly and there is no messy wax and the beads are perfectly aligned.

Elaine Middleton
Elaine Middleton

June 04, 2019

If you have parts of canvas that are no longer sticky try using double sided sticky tape. It worked for me and you can still see symbols through it.

Carolyn Woodard
Carolyn Woodard

June 04, 2019

My completed pics were mounted on backer board (sticky works best) then shrink wrapped. It looks great and does not take away the sparkle.

Bridget
Bridget

June 04, 2019

They sell boxes for beading at walmart for six dollars. Two is enough to hold every color I need. Super handy. I use a clipboard lap desk for the canvas. This is my favorite new hobby! The only problem is I’m always losing the wax 😂

Rachael RK
Rachael RK

June 04, 2019

When I’ve completed a painting and pressed it for 24hours, I will then spray it with a clear acrylic spray sealer. It will not only help seel the gems in place, but it will give it an extra little shine.

Melissa
Melissa

June 04, 2019

After you’ve finished, give your canvas an all over good press and apply puzzle glue!

Lori Korbe
Lori Korbe

June 04, 2019

How do you get the diamonds to stay on after you are done with it? Please help!

Angela Felix
Angela Felix

June 04, 2019

What great ideas,thanks alot guy’s for sharing them.

Sandy
Sandy

June 04, 2019

Most comments are great. The dryer sheets work well with the static on gems. Just cut small piece and put in container. Also have been looking for alternative for wax and Tac putty was suggested. Hope I can find it. My suggestion to all that have questions concerning “how to do” and “what are” should go to Utube there are plenty of videos out there. This is not a QAA.

Jo Brooks
Jo Brooks

June 04, 2019

My thanks to Dena Miller who suggested using a checkerboard arrangement to keep the crystals even. It works like a charm! Thank You, Dena!!

Dawn
Dawn

June 04, 2019

I do put the painting in between my mattress, I use bags and label them, I fill up the pen with the waxy stuff it lasts longer. I have done at least 25 and I’m still on the same square I started with. I just love doing them, square stones look better but I still don’t have an issue, well I do them too fast 😊.

tina
tina

March 05, 2019

Leave a couple diamonds from the previous color in case you missed one or two. You discover mistakes as you go. Turn your canvas slightly sideways to see if all diamonds are facing upwards.

Debbie
Debbie

March 05, 2019

@Rebecca, to use the pen: pull back plastic cover on the red sticky square that is in the kit. Then stick the point of the pen into the sticky square. Now just put the pen over the diamond and it will stick to the pen until you put it onto the sticky canvas

Gloria
Gloria

March 05, 2019

I have found it easy to use ice cubes trays, empty the diamonds into the cubes, not too many, then keep a list of the colours to go by.

RENEE L PLANT
RENEE L PLANT

March 05, 2019

Simply cut your top sheet into quarters and pull them off one at a time and it will completely unroll without any other effort. Also I line my bags of diamonds up in the box it came in by cutting off the top and using a piece of that to put where I took the bag from, easy to put back.

Becky Webb Horten
Becky Webb Horten

March 05, 2019

Need a solution for popping diamonds. I dont have the patient to sit and clip them to make them fit better. When I pay good $$ for these I dont understand why this cant be stopped. I have tried double sided tape, glue and few other things but none really help. I have one framed and the framing cost me over $80.00 and now there is a diamond that has popped off behind glass, how do I fix that?

Kathy J.
Kathy J.

March 05, 2019

I use those little plastic containers with lids that pizza shops put condiments in. You can purchase a bag of them. I put a label on each one. They are easy to pour that way. I use heavy craft board fro dollar general to tape my picture on while working. As for framing, il love the look of artist canvas. You can cut your painting to fit and even paint the edges to match.

Mendi
Mendi

March 05, 2019

I just don’t understand why sites that are just for Diamond painting do not sell containers or something like it to store ALL of our diamond painting items, (Mainly the canvas)

Doyla Zuniga
Doyla Zuniga

March 05, 2019

I use old pill bottles to store drills. Works great and no chance they will spill once you close the cap and set them in a shoe box or container.

Patricia Deluna
Patricia Deluna

March 05, 2019

Use scotch tape on the baggies to put your numbers on for your gems… that way you just take the tape off and you still have a “useable” baggie!

Carla Hart
Carla Hart

March 05, 2019

I use $5 but put the number or symbol on washi tape so it can be removed.

Linda Clements
Linda Clements

March 05, 2019

Before starting each colour, take time to create a tray fill of up the right way and good drills, i do 10 rows of 10.
I pick out bad drills and place them in another tray, i have doubled my speed as i can now always pick up 2 drills with tweezers, due to have my drill lined up ready to place, no more tray shaking .

Jeanne
Jeanne

March 05, 2019

I found that if I run out of the wax pads before my project is over that I can use CANDLE WAX and get the same results

Linda Dunivan
Linda Dunivan

March 05, 2019

I bought the clear plastic case with the round containers in it at Walmart for around $5… holds 24 containers in one per case and ha ax a lid. I use masking tape on top of each container to write the number on top. Because the numbers (symbols are not universal across kits) in each kit is universal I can mix kits and it not bother anything so multiple people can be working from the same tray of containers. Once a container is empty, I simply remove the tape and the container is ready for a new color out of another kit.

Kathy Macke
Kathy Macke

March 05, 2019

U can also use foam boards from dollar tree to tape your canvas down.They are big enough to hold supplies and are fairly sturdy

Kathy Macke
Kathy Macke

March 05, 2019

U can also use foam boards from dollar tree to tape your canvas down.They are big enough to hold supplies and are fairly sturdy

Holly Miller
Holly Miller

March 05, 2019

If you are short only a couple of jars use tic-tac containers. They sell lap tables and clip lamps on the internet. It takes the strain off your neck. The square diamonds are a little more advanced so I use thin rulers on the outside of the top and sides to keep everything alined. Then I use the ruler to finish my edges after completion. You can use strips of material for a finished look before framing. It will stick right along the border and stay there.

Tina Taylor
Tina Taylor

March 05, 2019

I bought plastic medicine keeper. It has 7 days which gives you 7 compartments to put diamonds in. I put the corresponding number or symbol on front. Buy them for 1$ a piece at dollar tree!! Makes for easy storage and keep up

Katharine Burnett
Katharine Burnett

March 05, 2019

I’ve gone to thrift stores & purchased old ( but in good shape) picture frames to frame my finished project. Make sure to take measurements with you.

Susan Spangenberg
Susan Spangenberg

March 05, 2019

I am lucky. I find a board at the local lumber store, my hubby makes the frame for me. It’s only 4 cut’s and I have a frame fit to size.

Sally Reeves
Sally Reeves

March 05, 2019

I use the 7 day 4 times a day pill contains or 2 of the small ones. I draw the symbol & the letter or # on small labels for the top of each compartment. I put any used beads in small zip log bags with the labels on them in a bigger zip log with the small picture of the picture on it for those leftover beads for each painting. Once I put a label on the containers a cover them with a small Piece of tape to keep the label readable.

Patty Dudas
Patty Dudas

March 05, 2019

Try the Dollar store for frames!

Sharon Moore
Sharon Moore

March 05, 2019

I’m having a lot of trouble getting the dots to stick to the pen. Using the wax square doesn’t make a lot of them stick and I have to touch the pen to my tongue every time. Often the dots get flattened from trying to get them to stick

Dena miller
Dena miller

March 05, 2019

Don’t know if this was mentioned already, but the best tip I saw for keeping the square or round aligned is to place them in a checkerboard pattern, then go back and fill in the empty spaces. There is a good video of it on you tube. I think her name is Studio Sam, she is from Australia.

Tammy
Tammy

March 05, 2019

I have an entire section of a canvas that is no longer sticky. It is not on the cover. What do I do?

Gay Lynn Whetton
Gay Lynn Whetton

March 05, 2019

How do I keep the diamonds from popping off? Every time I turn around I’m missing another one which makes me wonder how to keep them from popping off once I’m done and it’s hung? I even got a roller.

Patricia Furbush
Patricia Furbush

March 05, 2019

I bought 3 pictures from an online place but when I received them there was no kind of direction on how to do it. For the first time doing it I didn’t get it. Maybe its so simple but if you could please help me to get started I would really appreciate it. Thank you. Patty

Diannia
Diannia

March 05, 2019

So you use the stretcher bar frames before you start or after you have finished?

Bernadette Pinedo
Bernadette Pinedo

March 05, 2019

I had mine framed at Hobby Lobby so I didn’t have to mess with it!!

Robert K. Wood
Robert K. Wood

March 05, 2019

It’s hard to find good frames for your paintings, could you advise on any shops that sell these?

Leah Raspberry
Leah Raspberry

March 05, 2019

A dinner tray with raised sides work great for the smaller canvases and fits well on the lap.

Shanda Tudor
Shanda Tudor

March 05, 2019

When will i get my paint with diamonds

Laurie Bimeal
Laurie Bimeal

March 05, 2019

I use a 7 day pill organizer to keep my diamonds in. Just number the top. Works great expecially if you have over 30 diamonds.

Brandy Capehart
Brandy Capehart

March 05, 2019

Use a corkboard and tacks to get you picture flat and it also won’t move out of place.

Ricky Lanham Droege
Ricky Lanham Droege

March 05, 2019

I occasionally have diamonds loosen. I put clear Modpodge over my completed picture. It also makes it stiffer so easier to frame.

Catherine
Catherine

March 05, 2019

How do you convert a cross stitch to a diamond painting?

Beckie Walker
Beckie Walker

March 05, 2019

In storing my drills I cut out the number from the bag they come in and tape that to the bottles, jars or whatever I’m storing them in. Before I had enough containers I would (still do) use crafters bags I’ll label bag with sharpie marker then use scotch tape over them so they don’t come off from oils in our hands over time.

Also, I was having hard time keeping everything straight, due to shaking at times- I will do small sections at a time, I get first row done(I work bottom – up and right to left) I use small ruler to keep as straight as possible. If you can find the rules that have a strip of metal that sticks out from side of ruler a bit then you can butt the strip right up against last row worked. It keeps everything looking clean, even & neat. You could even use a piece of aluminum foil that has been folded so it’s like 2in wide with little thickness so it stays stiffer.
To the person who asked about how to get two drill that are stuck back to back – all I do is stick them in my mouth and a tap between my teeth is all it takes.

Joy Sparks
Joy Sparks

March 05, 2019

I use a rolling pin on my pictures to flatten them out and also after completion if picture to help set the diamonds in place.

sarah hurtley
sarah hurtley

March 05, 2019

i am using floating frames to display my work. i trim the canvas off and sandwich it between the 2 pieces of glass.

Michelle
Michelle

February 03, 2019

We need good, easy, and cheap ways to frame completed works!

Cherie Nelson
Cherie Nelson

February 03, 2019

Jo,
You might try using a hair dryer on very low heat to loosen the glue enough to get the film off. Wave the dryer over the whole piece.

Cherie Nelson
Cherie Nelson

February 03, 2019

For labeling the jars you can also use label sheets, Walmart has one that is small enough for the lids.

Cherie Nelson
Cherie Nelson

February 03, 2019

I have found that if you pull up all four sides of your canvas towards the middle it helps it to lay flat. Start with one corner, pull it up to the middle lay it back down on the canvas and proceed with the other three corners.

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