Same as other just painted the words on and use some rhinestone stick-ons...everything comes from craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michaels!
Name signs, made by covering a regular canvas from hobby lobby or Walmart with light colored fun fabric, then I cut out the names with my Slice© machine, cut them out of regular contact paper, peel off the letters' back, press them onto the board of fabric, paint the entire board (I used regular craft acrylic paint bc spray paint makes the letters curl up), after the paint dries, peel off the letters to reveal the fabric letters :), apply a ribbon to hang it from, maybe some rhinestones for bling bling!! Awesome personalized Christmas gifts, oh, & I got this from pinterest!!! Check out my pins in 'Crafties' to see the original idea!
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Blingy flip flops--I bought $1 flip flops from the craft store, made bows out of sparkly ribbon, and then used a rhinestone with small holes in the edge to run wire through and around the bow and strap. Be careful that your wire is flat on the underside. Also, make sure you wrap several times and tie it off on the top--you can hide the ends under the rhinestones. Then use some hot glue to add extra security and keep the wires where they are supposed to be. I've sen it done without the wires...but they just don't hold up. Cost, about $2.
Swarovski Rhinestone application tutorial. How to apply non-hot fix flat back Swarovski Rhinestones to platform high heels. This is a DIY video on application tips and tricks when applying flatback Swarovski Rhinestones to high heels! Presented by Crystal Rhinestone Boutique, keep watching to find out how to receive 10% OFF at www.lovetocrystal...
This video is a plug for a company where you can apparently buy all the stuff to apply rhinestones to heels -- but everything they use are things that you can pick up at a local craft store -- LOVE THIS IDEA!!!
I made this from an idea I found on here. I just spray painted the wreath black. I found all of the items except for the hog @ our local craft store. The letters are wooden & I painted them with red acrylic paint. The rhinestones are self adhesive. I hot glued the ribbon, letters, & football onto the wreath. The hog is actually a car decal that wouldn't stick well to my car, so I also hot glued it on.
Here’s what you’ll need… Canvas low top-style sneakers (I picked up this pair at Payless for $15) Duct or masking tape Fabric glue A couple small paintbrushes of different sizes Pink craft glitter Silver acrylic paint (a silver Sharpie paint pen works too!) A hot glue gun Rhinestones or studs with a flat back Pink shoelaces
Painter's Jeans~Supplies Needed •Craft Bond Fabric & Paper Glue • Painters Fine Point Paint Markers: Black and Metallic Silver • Pair of Jeans with back pockets • Twenty-four 3mm clear acrylic rhinestones • Misc.: scrap paper, scissors, pencil, scrap cardboard and toothpick
Bling your boring sunglasses! Pick up some rhinestones at your local craft store and use Modge podge to adhere to your shades to spice them up!