Quick Answer: Should You Seal A Diamond Painting?

What can I use instead of wax for diamond painting?

blu tackPeople usually use blu tack to stick posters or photos to the wall, but you can use it in lieu of wax when completing your diamond painting.

In fact, blu tack tends to work even better than wax for these projects because it is stickier and can end up lasting up to twice as long as typical wax..

Can I use PVA glue to seal diamond painting?

People often want to seal their final work and take it to their friends’ homes. But the beads on the Diamond Painting may come off. So the easiest way is to seal the Diamond Painting by using some glues. Available glues are PVA glue, mod podge, Tombow glue, etc.

What is the best size for diamond painting?

The larger the painting, the more diamonds you’ll need to add and line up perfectly to create your masterpiece. For beginners, most people recommend sticking to projects that are under 12 in x 12 in.

Can you roll up a finished diamond painting?

Rolling up your diamond art is a great way to store it and protect the rhinestones from falling off or getting damaged, but it is possible that the canvas can be curved when you open it up. This is more likely the longer you leave the piece rolled up and the more tightly you roll it up when you do so.

What do you seal diamond art with?

We recommend using mod podge, but be sure to brush on a light layer so as to reduce the chances of yellowing. One disadvantage to using mod podge and other brush-on sealers is that it will reduce the diamond’s sparkle somewhat, though not completely.