Diamond Painting 101 - Prep your Canvas and Workspace

By Anne - June 19, 2018

We're almost ready to start painting, but first we need to do a little prep!

Light Pad
Power Adapter (for light pad)
Light Pad Stand

Tiny Wonder Woman

Are you ready to start placing drills on your canvas? Me too!

If you have questions, please ask! I'll answer as best as I can.
See you soon,

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  1. Hi! Thank you so much for posting this introductory to diamond painting series. It has helped me more than any other youtube videos. I hope you put out more. I have a question. I'm using the floral clay and love how much longer it lasts. However, when I first started using it, I think I used too much and I'm struggling to get it off the drills. I'm better at it now but I have a huge diamond painting with excess clay on the finished product. Any products you can recommend to get it off? Thank you soooo much.

    1. Any product that would dissolve the floral clay would also dissolve the adhesive on the canvas. The best thing you can do to remove it would be to take a balled up piece of clay or poster putty, and gently tap it against the areas where the clay was left behind. The ball of clay should lift off any remnants on your diamonds.