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How long does it take a Modern Paint-By-Number to dry?
Because the paint included in each Modern Paint-By-Number kit is water-based, non-toxic, acrylic paint, it will dry to the touch within approximately 15 minutes depending on the thickness of paint applied.How long does it take to complete a Mandala Dot-By-Number?
The length of time it takes to complete a Mandala Dot-By-Number design will vary depending upon the simplicity or the amount of detail of the artwork, as well as the hours or time applied to working on it. Mandala Dot-By-Number is a relaxing art form which can be completed quickly over a couple hours or even days or it can be enjoyed a little at a time over a series of weeks. It is totally up to each individual. Consider this time as your “me time” to sit down, un-plug, de-stress and relax. Love and enjoy the creative process with every dot of paint created filling in each design section to create a gorgeous mandala! Should I seal my completed Mandala Dot-By-Number project?
It is not necessary, however, for added protection against dust or dirt, a light coat or two of Patricia Nimocks Clear Acrylic Sealer (in matte, satin or gloss) may be lightly applied. What is the best way to clean the Mandala Dot-By-Number applicator tools?
Rinse the paint-filled tool well in a brush basin or container of water. If needed, add a touch of mild soap to thoroughly clean paint from the dotting tools. Allow to dry between uses. NEVER let the Mandala Dot-By-Number dotting tool dry with paint on the ends.
What is the best way to complete or finish out my Mandala Dot-By-Number painting?
A completed Mandala Dot-By-Number work of art can easily be trimmed with scissors and then mounted onto a 12” x 12” wood canvas panel or foam core board. You may also wish to frame the artwork in a 12” x 12” wood frame after trimming the canvas to size. NOTE: It is not recommended to frame with glass as the paint should not directly touch the glass. Another idea would be to create a wall banner by cutting two flat wood strips to 12” in length and attach them both to the top and bottom of the canvas that has been trimmed to a 12” square.