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

December 08, 2019 2 min read 704 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

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.

Heather L MARTIN
Heather L MARTIN

February 03, 2019

Karen (January 24th)
I have found rolling your canvas in the opposite direction helps so much.
For the larger painting try a large message board, works great

Blythe
Blythe

February 03, 2019

I see a lot of questions here and people wondering why there are no answers… This is for comments, to assist people with tips, etc.. If you have questions or are missing diamonds, go to the help section where you can read FAQs and contact support and order missing diamonds.

Barbara S.
Barbara S.

February 03, 2019

I read/watched videos of tips and tricks. One of the most helpful was in order to flatten the canvas, you should take a corner of the paper over the sticky side, pull it back so it uncovers a quarter of the canvas, then press it back down to the sticky side. Once you do that on all four corners, it should pretty much lay flat. Hope this helps!

Kim
Kim

February 03, 2019

After you are done each day or if you have completed a large section, use a rolling pin. Roll it over the completed section and it seats the diamonds and actually straighten the lines.

Dee
Dee

February 03, 2019

I have bought my frames from dollar general. I make my own matting out of white or colored poster board. Turns out great

Becky Allen
Becky Allen

February 03, 2019

I work on a cookie sheet so the project is “contained”. Sort and store diamonds in monthly pill container. Keep other supplies and small flashlight in a little plastic basket so it can be portable.

Doris
Doris

February 03, 2019

An easy way to get your canvas to lie flat is to pull back a corner of the paper over the canvas to about the middle, then smooth it back down repeat for each corner and voila! You have a flat canvas. It has never failed for me.

Patrick Miller
Patrick Miller

February 03, 2019

Karen,
Lay the canvas flat face up. Peel back one corner of the protector towards its opposite corner. Run you hand side to side in small passes to get the protector sheet back into place. Working from the center outward. Repeat for other 3 corners.

Cheryl Prentiss
Cheryl Prentiss

February 03, 2019

To flatten the canvas, carefully peel back the paper that covers it and then lay it back down on the adhesive going from the bottom to the top. When replacing the paper slide your hands upward pressing down firmly to remove any lumps, air bubbles or crinkles.

Rebecca Wolfe
Rebecca Wolfe

February 03, 2019

Please tell me how to use that pen

Heather
Heather

February 03, 2019

I bought a box of bead storage bags. 100 for $5 @ a craft store. Write the bead # on the outside with magic marker. And for the person asking how to align the square diamonds up, use tweezers to move them into place. Sometimes you have to put a little pressure on one to get it to squeeze between stones on either side, but it helps. Framing is a whole other issue I haven’t figured out yet.

Samadi Morales
Samadi Morales

February 03, 2019

I would like to know when I’m getting my packages I order like a month ago

Chrissy
Chrissy

February 03, 2019

Try dampening the canvas down place a dry towel over it and iron dry don’t run the iron over the cloth otherwise you could stretch it pick up iron and place the iron down sometime you have to iron both sides

Gary
Gary

February 03, 2019

Hi all,
I need help trying to get an bunch of diamonds unstuck from each other! They are stuck back to back and not very easily removed!
Any ideas on how to remedy this?

Thanks a bunch!

Gary Delano

Tina Wickham
Tina Wickham

February 03, 2019

For framing I measure finished product only. Do not measure where there is not any diamonds. I buy a frame closest to that size. If I need to make the picture fit the frame I cut cardstock to put around the edges and glue it to the canvas and any excess canvas I cut off. I also take a permanent marker that closes matches the edge of the picture and I go around entire picture edges with it. So now there wont be any white showing.

Lori McKellar
Lori McKellar

February 03, 2019

I seen in a UTube tutorial that if you pull back on the two top corners a small amount on each side & put back in place your page will lie flat. Worked for me, working on a piece of cardboard, seems to be working fine, my first Diamond Art project. The women says she likes some type of putty too instead of the provided wax, but not exactly sure. There are Diamond Art demos on UTube.

Grandma Betty
Grandma Betty

February 03, 2019

An empty tray that held chocolates is also a good holder for your diamonds. There is also always a lid.

Meredith
Meredith

February 03, 2019

I use a painter’s tray to sort my tiles into for quick access while I’m working on my canvas, with each spot marked per the symbol on the canvas. I keep them stored in sealing jewelry bags marked with both the number and the symbol. Everything is then stored in an oversized ziplock bag so that nothing gets lost. I have small grandchildren so I have to keep projects together and out of reach.

BrandiLinn
BrandiLinn

February 03, 2019

TO GET MY CANVASES TO STOP CURLING BACK UP IS BY WRAPPING IT IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION THAN IT WAS PACKAGED IN AROUND A ROLLING PIN. IT WORKS LIKE A CHARM AND STRAIGHTENS OUT IMMEDIATELY! NO WAITING! IVE DONE THIS WITH ALL OF THEM! THE BOOK TRICK WORKS BUT I DON’T WANT TO WAIT THAT LONG LOL

Linda Piasetsky
Linda Piasetsky

February 03, 2019

To get the canvas to flatten out just peel back the white top and then put it back down and it should flatten out. Mine flattened out right away.

ALice
ALice

February 03, 2019

Karen try your hair dryer on the back just warm then place heavy object on it

Donita Hagemeier
Donita Hagemeier

February 03, 2019

Would love to be about to do these beautiful paintings while relaxing in my recliner. Has anyone else tryed this and my have a pointer or 2

Diana
Diana

January 24, 2019

I use a large index card box with dividers for my diamonds. The index dividers camewith the alphabet on one side and I made labels with 1-27 to put on the other side. I keep the diamonds in their bags and then put them in small ziplock bags. I have to do everything “cat proof” because they like to play with anything left out.

Karen
Karen

January 24, 2019

I am having serious problems with my canvas I cannot get it to lay flat I have tried everything in the book and it’s not working I have I earned it I have put it under heavy books I have taped it down I have put it under my mattress I don’t know what else to try any suggestions

Sonia Benel
Sonia Benel

January 24, 2019

What is an easy way to frame the completed project?

Jo
Jo

January 24, 2019

HELP I removed the white sheet on my diamond painting and put clear film on it ! I can’t get it off now !! Please help !

Marjorie A Grafton
Marjorie A Grafton

January 24, 2019

You can go to goodwill etc. For frames!!!

Nicki
Nicki

January 24, 2019

I recently finished a custom picture of my husband and I on my wedding day and I wish i had copied the picture before I applied my diamonds. My next picture I will do this so I can always cross stitch another picture since DMC floss matches the colour chart colours.
Also I think I will use my unused diamonds from the previous kits I’ve purchased to create my own picture creation so the diamonds aren’t wasted.

Troylan Garrett
Troylan Garrett

January 24, 2019

Most of the pictures I’ve done are a weird size. I can’t find frames anywhere. I can’t afford to have them professionally framed. Can anyone tell me how to make my own? Thanks Troylan Garrett

Connie McCoy
Connie McCoy

January 24, 2019

Ice cube trays also makes for a good diamond storsge.

Shazz
Shazz

January 24, 2019

When you finished your painting. Get a brush and brush on PVA glue. It dries clear and will hold all the beads in place and when you mount it to a board you don’t need glass just a frame. Plus it makes the diamonds glitter more.

Nancy
Nancy

January 24, 2019

I use the weekly pill containers I get at Walmart or the pharmacy to hold my drills. Use masking tape to label each section. When done with project I put drills back in zip locks and reuse pill container.

Athea
Athea

January 24, 2019

Use a sarp xacto knife to cut bubbles in the canvas.

Tracy
Tracy

January 24, 2019

I use foam board to attach my canvas to while I’m working on it. I adhere it with painters tape. Works great 😁

Tammy Bliss
Tammy Bliss

January 24, 2019

I use a pill case. I found it a a dollar tree. It’s a 7 day with 4 spots morning noon evening and night. I wrote the numbers on each spot I ts the prefect size for each bag!! Oh and all days come In a plastic keeper!!

LAURICE L MAPLES
LAURICE L MAPLES

January 24, 2019

I use a clear spray paint on my finished product . Keeps everything in place

Elke Pacholl
Elke Pacholl

January 24, 2019

I am new to this and right now am working on 2 different pieces. I am loving it and your tips are such a great help

Wayne
Wayne

January 24, 2019

My wife and I bought bead containers at Walmart. They have little jars that come in a 24 jar box with lid. I am currently working on a 45 diamond picture so I’m using all but 3 of the jars in 2 boxes. I put a piece of tape with the sequence number on each jar so it is easy to change for the next picture.

Nicky
Nicky

January 24, 2019

I use the tic tac containers for the gems. Using masking tape i write the number on it, then tape to the container. No worry of spillage.

Chris
Chris

January 15, 2019

Hi I am a Newby Xmas present I love it

Barbara
Barbara

January 15, 2019

Best way I’ve ever come up with to store diamonds when I’m working on a picture: go to your pharmacist and get small prescription bottles with pop off lids…then write #s 1 -30 or 31 on the lids…use over and over…so handy when you need to get out one or two diamonds, just put your finger in and drag out what you need…then when you finish your picture empty them and store however you choose….

Candace Greenwell
Candace Greenwell

January 15, 2019

I am doing one of the paintings just about done, and I ran out of my gem art #809 please help

Amy
Amy

January 15, 2019

Thank you for all the tips. They will help out amazingly. Thank you again.

HEIDI LARSON
HEIDI LARSON

January 15, 2019

get the daily pill organizers from dollar store or thrift shops to organize diamonds into. cheap, portable.

ditdit
ditdit

January 15, 2019

any tip on aligning square beads? having so much difficulty which is why i prefer the round ones

Molin
Molin

January 15, 2019

Hi I am new to diamond dotz. What do I do with the leftover dotz?

Shirley
Shirley

January 15, 2019

I have a brother p-touch. Type all thé numbers out, print, cut and then put on containers. The tape has sticky on one side

carol
carol

January 15, 2019

I don’t know about anyone else but my eyes aren’t what they once were. I have found that a magnifier and light box help greatly. I had a light box I use for other crafts but received the one from paint with diamonds and it is wonderful. I highly recommend one if yo are going to do many of these wonderful pictures. As for framing you can buy diy kits for framing and cut to fit. Try to get some work done around the house once you receive your kit.

Heather Weekley
Heather Weekley

January 15, 2019

How did the lady who mounted her finished product do it? Cut off the extra? And the finish to keep the stones in place? I keep my jars with round lids marked and carry them over from project to project. The colors are going to roll around again in the next canvas. I’ve even had to ‘raid’ the next bag of stones from my next canvas while I wait for more to get here so I could finish my current piece. If you do this long enough, soon you will be adding stones to already labeled and waiting marked jars.
Linda Brandon
Linda Brandon

January 15, 2019

I use tip #5 all the time. I’m very forgetful so I started writing the symbol too. But I take it a step farther. I like to work small groups with multiple colors at a time. I include a strip of paper inside the bad with the number and symbol. That way if I’m working with similar colors I take the strip of paper out of the bag and put it in the tray with the gems. I can work a small space of multiple colors without constantly putting gems away. It also makes it easier to return the gems to the correct bag by matching the numbers up.

Karen
Karen

January 15, 2019

I have a great way of getting your square gems to fit and to not pop up, i use nail clippers to trim the excess plastic, and if they still pop up i just trim them to a smaller shape, works great…. no more pop up.

Sara
Sara

January 15, 2019

I bought a sheet of plexiglas and some under the cabinet tap on lights. I took velcro and put the lights on the bottom side facing the light towards me. It holds the project at a slight angle and lights it up from underneath. Then I have some super magnets I put on both sides of the plexiglas to hold the canvas in place. I have 4 small children and 2 puppies… I need to be able to quickly put it away.

Lesley Willis
Lesley Willis

January 15, 2019

I have managed to get frames from the range so I’ve just managed to
Frame a 40×50 and. A35x40 if I can upload pics I will

Jo
Jo

January 15, 2019

These are all awesome tips. Some I have already done and many more I will try. Thanks everyone!

Cheri Palmer
Cheri Palmer

January 15, 2019

I just bought a light pad, so excited to try it out! But, before I had the pad, I would tape my project to a flat air-bake cookie sheet. I needed a bigger one at one point than the flat cookie sheet I have, so I used a larger traditional cookie sheet. I just flipped it over and taped it to the back side. When I wanted to work on it without a table around, I would tape the cookie sheet to my lap desk so it was held securely in place and I could work on the couch or wherever! Also, when I’m done with a project, I cover it with the plastic cover sheet and use my rolling pin and roll back & forth a few times to firmly press down the diamonds, being careful to not press so hard as to move them out of place. Hope these help. Happy painting! :)

Sharon Jackson
Sharon Jackson

January 15, 2019

A plastic bag is stuck to my picture that I just got. Can I get it off, or do I need to just order another picture?

Angela
Angela

January 15, 2019

These are all great ideas when I’m done I use Aqua glue the bottle has kind if brush on end squeezing glue around a second spread

Sarah Bonora
Sarah Bonora

January 15, 2019

I also cut around the number and put it in the bag, I find it extremely useful.

Cindy C
Cindy C

January 15, 2019

The extra diamonds I have are being used as accent pieces in my cross stitch projects. The diamond colors match the DMC charts and can be used to replace the thread or accent a cross stitch project. My projects look great!

Annette Garcia
Annette Garcia

January 15, 2019

My favorite thing to do is to use a clear plastic storage box (shoe, container, what ever is convenient) and throw a bright flash light under the box and poof I got a 15.0 light box and I can see the numbers and I can sit anywhere and do one. I’m hooked on these things. Im ready to start trying my own patterns. hooraaah.

Mima Bell
Mima Bell

January 15, 2019

I purchased a light pad arrived today its magic when doing dark colours good buy

Judy Ogden
Judy Ogden

January 15, 2019

I am so addicted to this. I get started after work and have sat up till 3 or 4 o’clock working on them. So relaxing. I will say I’m going to finish this little section and just keep going. I have trouble finding frames also. Love doing this.

david couzin
david couzin

January 15, 2019

I received a “pen” with a lot of “diamonds” in it. How do I use it?

Valerie Martin
Valerie Martin

January 15, 2019

I use a bead tray found at Walmart and JoAnn’s (it has small rectangle containers in it) and it allows me to keep numerical (I use a labeler to do the numbers so they are clear) and also move them as needed. I can also save according to the DMC numbers so I can use on future canvases if I mess something up and drop my diamonds (which I do frequently).

Lesli Mulligan
Lesli Mulligan

January 15, 2019

Could you please tell me the date my package should show up, I ordered it almost 6 weeks ago, I actually ordered two that same time, 1 came 4 days ago and no word on the other. I’d really like to know when it’s scheduked for delivery because I can’t find it when I look up the transaction. Please answer as this is the second time this week I’ve written to you about this. It’s a gift and I’d like to know when it will get to my home in Missouri USA

Kate
Kate

January 15, 2019

this is great! I have one blog related, “Creative Diamond Painting Techniques To Learn”
click to visit:https://www.showflipper.com/blog/search/Creative-Diamond-Painting-Techniques-To-Learn

Wendy
Wendy

January 15, 2019

How do I unstick diamonds that are hard to get apart?

Serena
Serena

January 15, 2019

I am using dollar store ice cub trays to organize my diamonds. I wrote the number of each diamond color on a sticky note. I cut the numbers on the sticky note into small rectangles then stuck the number of each color above or below the corresponding color.

Christina Myers
Christina Myers

January 15, 2019

Several hints: I buy my frames online from Herschners Crafts. They sell frames in pairs, so each frame takes 2 pair, one width, one length. You easily put them together. They come in choice of colors. I tape my finished picture to foam board and just push into frame. No other fasteners needed. I have done 6 this way. I also use spray ModPog from Walmart before framing to secure drills.

Claudia Mathews
Claudia Mathews

January 15, 2019

I would like to spray some glue on my paintings, so they hold longer. Which glue do you recommend that won’t make the diamonds dull?

Kat
Kat

January 15, 2019

I have a question, I keep the diamonds in clear plastic containers and some of them have been getting wet. I’ve used these container for about 5 diamond painting already and have never had a problem. It’s not every color and I’m having to dry them out on a paper towel. Do you have any suggestions on how to dry them faster and keep them dry? Any help is appreciated thank you!

Terronda Zackery
Terronda Zackery

January 15, 2019

I was able to find a chiropractor that does all my custom frames for us that price which is $18 each compared to our store custom frame this is wonderful and he does a great job.

Terronda Zackery
Terronda Zackery

January 15, 2019

I too had a hard time finding frames for the paintings. What I have done, is contacte a Carpenter. He now makes all my frames for a very reasonable price.

Kymberlie
Kymberlie

January 15, 2019

In re: silicone spray.
I spray my picture with clear acrylic gloss spray when I am finished. A few coats of this keeps all the drills adhered and ready for framing.

Valerie Manning
Valerie Manning

January 15, 2019

Amazon and Frame-It-Easy have a wide variety of frames at reasonable prices that so far have fit every project I’ve done. Just search for the specific area, i.e., 30cm x 40cm and see all available.

Pat M
Pat M

January 15, 2019

I read one review that said the size she ordered, which was the smallest, was too small to really see detail. Is that the case with all images? I just realized that sizes are cm, not inches!

Rachel
Rachel

January 15, 2019

I use plastic containers to store diamonds and I tape the number on the outside.

Heather Sorenson
Heather Sorenson

January 15, 2019

I looked all over the house to find something easy to use to pick up drills off the canvas once placed, if fixes need to be made. The best item yet, an old fashion seam puller. Doesnt tear the canvas cuz it just pulls the drills right up without touching the canvas. Best fixer upper yet!!

Ruth Avrahami
Ruth Avrahami

January 15, 2019

I use Mod Podge gloss when I am finished with a piece. I put at least 3 coats on it. I also have my pieces professionally framed

RUTH AVRAHAMI
RUTH AVRAHAMI

January 15, 2019

I use MODGE PODGE glossy

Regina Fitzgerald
Regina Fitzgerald

January 15, 2019

Any idea to use leftover beads?

Heather
Heather

January 15, 2019

I use Modge Podge Glitter Spray after my picture is complete. It not only helps the drills stay on the canvas but also keeps an extra little sparkle to the drills before framing.

Dorothytellez
Dorothytellez

January 15, 2019

I had a hard time finding a frame. I used a good tacky glue. And used a matching color of sequins on a roll. Like in a string. I went around the picture twice. Then made sure no picture was left showing. I trimed down the excess. And put little gems in each corner. Then framed it in a double glass frame. So it looks like its floating. Its beautiful.

Linda Tolman
Linda Tolman

January 15, 2019

I tape my canvas to my seamstress cutting board, then when I have to put it away for the day, I just stand it up behind my hutch. It doesn’t get knocked around and it’s ready to go next time. Too bad it takes so long to get the order. Can’t wait to get my next shipment.

nancya518
nancya518

January 15, 2019

If you plan to custom order a frame there’s a web site called frameit easy that allows you to order a frame to the exact measurements of the picture at very reasonable prices (e.g. $24plus approx. $10 for shipping). But be sure NOT to order a frame based on what size you ordered the painting. Rather wait until you get the canvas then measure the actual size of the painting excluding the border with color charts. The paintings are often NOT the size they are supposed to be. I got burned this way by ordering a frame the supposed size of the painting only to find it was an inch smaller on each size making the frame too large but not large enough to use a mat.

Wendy
Wendy

January 15, 2019

I use Static Guard to spray my trays…and if need be, I spray a paper towel…after it is almost dry, I spread the drills out and push them around with my hand and if they are really stuck, I use a cap from the Static Guard to lightly push on them to separate them.

ELIZABETH MATTKE
ELIZABETH MATTKE

January 15, 2019

Can you use something to hold the diamonds in place? I have a couple from last year that I refound again and they are not sticking very well anymore.

Linda Ramek
Linda Ramek

January 15, 2019

I have started my first diamond painting. Not all of the diamonds are squared and there may be some bits of light between the squared drills. Will this a difference when completed?

Michelle
Michelle

January 15, 2019

I love doing these projects. I used pill bottles to keep my diamonds in. I label each bottle with the diamond number and if it is round or square. This makes it easier to add any diamonds that come with new projects and I don’t have to have new bottles for each project.

Kristine Everett
Kristine Everett

January 15, 2019

To lay your pattern flat, lift and peel back the protective paper about half way, lay back down on the adhesive pattern and repeat for other half. Lays flat everytime and no need to wait.

Lori Wiseman
Lori Wiseman

January 15, 2019

I liked the look of really straight lines. So, I used the edge of a credit card to gently align the diamonds into straight rows.

Gtetchen
Gtetchen

January 15, 2019

I just cut open the top of the diamond bag. Then, when I’m done with that color, I put the extra diamonds in the bag with the number facing and put it in the storage bag. Then when I go through at the end, I know which color is which. When I’m completely done, I put the extra in a storage container, I normally use a tackle box from Wal-Mart, under 5.00

Gtetchen
Gtetchen

January 15, 2019

I just cut open the top of the diamond bag. Then, when I’m done with that color, I put the extra diamonds in the bag with the number facing and put it in the storage bag. Then when I go through at the end, I know which color is which. When I’m completely done, I put the extra in a storage container, I normally use a tackle box from Wal-Mart, under 5.00

Marie
Marie

January 15, 2019

I just purchased my first two kits & am feeling very intimated.. I would appreciate any information, suggestions, or tips.. Thank you

Nicole
Nicole

January 15, 2019

I staple mine on a cardboard and it holds it and flattens at the same time

Gina K
Gina K

January 15, 2019

I only do the really large size in order to really get some of the detail. When i frame I use glass to keep it sealed in, regular glass. Dont use nonglare if u want the sparkle. Dont be afraid of the big sizes, you will be thrilled at the results when you see the detail.

Michelle Day
Michelle Day

January 15, 2019

I recently received my big beautiful Mastic Elephant painting. I have ticked of the diamonds that were sent but it is missing a couple. They are F -647 – 6 pkts
E – 648 – 4pkts
R – 796 – 2 pkts
> – 900 – 1 pkt
I would very much appreciate the sending on of these please. My order number is #P 25009ID on the 13 th October 2018 $28.00
LIEX4003237 Hope this all helps, thanking you
Michelle Day

Lois
Lois

January 15, 2019

If the canvas loses adhesiveness, putting clear Elmer’s glue on the surface works.

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