How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting


How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

So you've just spent the last MONTH placing diamond after diamond onto your giant canvas. The end result is absolutely jaw-dropping. Now what you must be thinking is, "How the heck am I going to frame this thing?" 

Have no fear! Paint With Diamonds offers Premium DIY Natural Wood Stretcher Bars for your finished diamond painting canvas! Check them out here and follow along with the guide below to frame your DP in no time! 

Buy Stretcher Bars ➡️ http://bit.ly/PWDStretchers

Watch Our How To Video 

Follow The Instructions Below 

Step 1: Seal your Diamond Painting. 

Before you set the canvas on the Stretcher Bars, you have to use a Sealer to cement all of your diamonds in place. Learn more about How To Seal Your Diamond Painting

Step 2: Take inventory.

How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

Each Paint With Diamonds Wooden Frame Stretcher Bar kit comes with: 

  • 4x Wooden Stretcher Bars
  • 4x "U" Nails
  • 4x Corner Wedges

Step 3: Lay your canvas out face down on a smooth, clean, flat surface. Lay out each Stretcher Bar along the edges of the canvas. 

How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

 

Make sure each stretcher bar is flush up against the edge of the painting! Otherwise your final product might not come together well. 

Also take note that the skinny (narrow) half of each stretcher bar should be facing inward

Step 4: Use tape (not included) to secure the bars in place on the canvas. 

How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

Step 5: Remove the double-sided adhesive tape on each stretcher bar. Then curl up all 4 sides into each other. Squeeze the corners to secure all of the stretcher bars in place. 

How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

Step 6: Insert each "U" Nail into the pre-drilled holes on each Stretcher Bar. Once all 4 "U" Nails are inserted by hand, use a hammer to secure the nails to the Stretcher Bars. 

How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

Step 7: Insert the Corner Wedges into the grooves on the side of each Stretcher Bar. Use a hammer to secure the Corner Wedges into place.

How To DIY Frame Your Finished Diamond Painting

That's it folks! If you have any helpful framing tips and tricks, leave them in the Comments Section down below!


35 comments


  • Natalie Hemingway

    How can I get these frames


  • Aaron Strowger

    So I got the frames but if I line them up in the edge of the canvas it will bend the picture itself and the corners get messed up because of the diamonds. If I used the edge of the picture I don’t have enough on the edge to hold onto the frame. I’m upset!


  • bonnie demmien

    Do I trim the canvas around the picture first?


  • Sharon Munger

    Where do I buy the glue and frames


  • Jennifer Sullivan

    So why are none of these questions people have posted answered?


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