If you're a diamond art enthusiast, then you know the feeling of satisfaction that comes with finishing a masterpiece. But once your creation is complete, what's the best way to store finished diamond art? In this blog post, we'll explore 5 clever storage ideas for diamond paintings that will not only protect your artwork but also add an extra touch of personality to any room in your home. So whether you're looking for a new way to display your diamond art or just need some inspiration on how to keep it safe and secure, read on!
1. Put diamond art in a frame and hang it up on the wall to display.
This is a unique and eye-catching way to display your diamond art. Before framing your diamond painting, we suggest you seal the diamond painting to give it a long life. You can use a Brush-on sealer or spray sealer to seal your painting. You need to clearly know the size of your diamond art canvas when you choose a picture frame. Usually, the size of the diamond painting canvas will be displayed on the blank corner of the canvas, if you don't see it, you can measure it with a tape measure. That way you can go and find a picture frame that fits the size. We suggest you can choose a little bit smaller than your diamond art canvas, choosing a frame that’s slightly smaller than your diamond art canvas can give it a finished look. The borders of the photo frame can hide the rest of your canvas so you do not need to trim the canvas off.
2. Create a gallery wall with finished diamond art.
If you have a blank wall in your home that has not yet been decorated, then you can make an arrangement with different sizes of diamond art and colors to add interest. Choose a theme for your gallery wall. You can choose a color scheme or a specific subject matter. Arrange your frames on the floor before hanging them up on the wall. This will help you visualize how they will look together. You can use picture hangers or adhesive strips to hang your frames on the wall.
3. Store finished diamond art in folder books or albums.
The traditional way to store finished diamond art is to use foam boards to DIY and become a storage book. You can either use two flat foam boards that are the same size (which should be larger than the size of your painting), or you can invest in one of the foam boards with tri-folds. To use the two flat foam boards method, simply place your diamond painting on one board and then place the other board on top and use tape to secure the two pieces together.
However, this way you need to spend more time and more money. So ARTDOT Diamond Painting Folder Book can be a great solution to the problem of this finished diamond painting collection. This ARTDOT Diamond Painting Folder Book has a large capacity and is available for many different sizes of diamond painting canvas, it provides a convenient and safe place to store finished diamond art.
ARTDOT diamond art folder albums in A2 and A3 size with 30 pockets, which are capable of holding up to 60 of your diamond paintings with a back-to-back display. The A1 size ARTDOT diamond art folder album is a good option for large diamond paintings, A1 Size has 10 pages, and a total of 13 pockets. Full size of 7 pages with 7 pockets can hold 7 diamond paintings(34" x 24.6") or 14 diamond paintings with a back-to-back display. The other 3 pages have 6 pockets that can store 6 diamond paintings (22'' x 16.4'') or about 12 diamond paintings with a back-to-back display.
With this folder book, you can keep all your precious diamond paintings in one place, making it easier to find and enjoy them.
4. Another way to DIY diamond painting storage solutions is by using cardboard boxes.
To store finished diamond art in a cardboard box, you can repurpose an existing cardboard box as a storage container. You can line the box with acid-free tissue paper or wax paper to protect the diamond painting. Make sure the box is clean and dry before placing the finished diamond painting inside. You can also label the box for easy identification.
5.Hanging finished diamond paintings up on clothespins is an easy and affordable way to store your completed diamond art.
You can use a clothesline or string to hang the clothespins and then clip the finished diamond paintings onto the clothespins. This method allows you to easily display and access your finished diamond paintings.
If you are worried that hanging the painting without any protection will damage or stain your diamond painting, then you can choose a Diamond Painting Art Storage Folder Book. It features an adjustable handle and a lightweight design, making it easy to take and hang. The sealing fastener on the shell and side-opening pocket design ensure that your diamond painting kits won't fall out. With high-clarity sheet protectors that provide a premium display for butterfly diamond painting kits. The clear pockets allow you to easily show off your creations, and with just a few simple flips, you can share all your diamond art with friends and family.
If you want to learn more about how to store finished diamond art better? Here is a YouTube Video about Rachel Rae's review of the ARTDOT diamond art book
In conclusion, storing finished diamond art can be just as creative and fun as creating it. From using photo albums to hanging them on walls, there are countless ways to keep your masterpieces safe and organized. We hope these 5 creative ways have inspired you to think outside the box when preserving your artwork. Remember, taking care of your diamond paintings not only keeps them in pristine condition but also allows you to showcase your hard work and dedication for years to come. So try out these storage solutions, and let us know which worked best for you! Happy crafting!