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What's The Difference Between Round And Square Diamonds?
07.25.2022 | Peggybuy | Blogs

 

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In choosing between Square and Round Drills, it's important to know that there are no right answers. Each has its pros and cons. Your goal should be to choose whichever shape that you think yields the most beautiful result with the most satisfying process.  

 

Square Drill (aka Square Diamonds)

Creates A Fuller, More Complete Looking Painting.

Square Drill diamonds look a bit "cleaner" than Round Drill diamonds. They line up more easily and create a "fuller" mosaic look when enjoyed from a distance. The more diamonds you place, the cleaner the rows become. 
Square Diamonds Satisfyingly "Snap" Into Place. 
Sometimes it's the little things that matter! When you start making progress on a Diamond Painting and begin filling in gaps, you get a satisfying "snap" as the diamonds settle snugly into place.
 

Round Drill (aka Round Diamonds)

Easier (And Faster!) To Pick Up And Apply Diamonds.

Round diamonds require less exact placement than Square diamonds to cover the entire square on the canvas, so applying them is a bit faster.

Finished Painting Feels Less "Complete." 
Given the round shape of the diamonds, gaps between diamonds may appear more apparent when you're close up with the painting. It's strongly recommended to view your Diamond Painting from afar!