How to use a Light Pad
DIAMOND PAINTING TIP
We've discussed in our previous newsletters the importance of working in a well lit room. If you've been working on a diamond painting canvas for a while now, I'm sure you know how important it is to see your symbols clearly. We've read and seen examples of where customers have accidentally interchanged symbols, confusing them with another. Also, there are some customers who are having issues in seeing the symbols as they're too small for their personal eyesight to see easily.
What if you're already working in a well lit area and your working table is already bright, yet you're still having problems seeing your symbols easily? And also, what if you enjoy working on your diamond painting at night or where natural light is minimal? No need to worry as there's a tool that's designed especially for this and perfect from day to night... I want to introduce to you the magic of a light pad!
What is a light pad? This is a thin and lightweight device that emits light from the flat surface. The purpose of a light pad is to help illuminate any object that's placed on top of it like paper or pattern. This tool is perfect for diamond painting as it helps to brighten up your canvas and see the grid lines and symbols easily.
Our Home Craftology light pads come in 3 different sizes depending on your needs. Here's a detailed guide on the sizes and their measurements. For beginners or customers who like to work on small canvases, I would suggest to get the A4 size. This is the smallest light pad but I assure you it'll still do the trick!
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