How to Frame Your Diamond Painting? [Step by Step]

Steps to frame your diamond paintings:

Look for an uncluttered area where you can start the process peacefully. Don't forget to be safe from the light pad.

Step 1:

Before setting canvas on the stretcher bar, you need to seal your diamond painting. Use a sealer to cement all of the diamonds so that they can fix to a place.

Step 2:

The next step is to take inventory. Each of the paint with the Diamonds Wooden Frame Stretcher Bar Box comes with the following: 4x Wooden Stretcher Bars, 4x "U" Nails, 4x Corner Wedges.

Step 3:

Lay your canvas out face down on a flat surface. Layout each bar along the edges of the canvas. Make sure that each of the stretcher bars is flush up against the border of the painting. Also, keep in mind that the skinny half of each bar should be facing inward.

Step 4:

Use tape or gum to secure the bars in place on the canvas.

Step 5:

Remove the double-sided tape then and curl up all sides into each other. Now, squeeze all of the four sides to impregnable the stretcher bars in place.

Step 6:

Insert the "U" nails into the pre-drilled holes on Bar. If all of the four nails are inserted, use a hammer to secure the nails to the bars.

Step 7:

Insert the Corner Wedges into the grooves on each side of the Stretcher Bar. Then use a hammer to fit the Corner Wedges into the place.

Diamond painting is assuredly a fun-loving hobby. It melts your stress and keeps you busy with it. From the moment you start to every moment you view the display, it is just a flawless piece of art one can get relaxation from. Diamond painting is the convenient option to decorate your home. If you have not bought the diamond art kit yet, go for it and get yourself entered into the new world of crafting. Also, look for the easiest ways to frame your diamond paintings.