10870Re: Crystal Rhinestones
- Nov 14, 2008I would just use tweezers. You get the grip you want, no residue
and much more control. No melting, reshping or any of that.
--- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, "iom315" <IOM315@...>
> I apologize in advance for asking this question again, but I am
> searching for the perfect product to pick up rhinestones.then
> Can anyone recommend a product to pick up crystal rhinestones that
> does not leave a residue on the stone?
> The stones I use are 29SS pointed back Swavroski Crystal.
> I pick up the rhinestone, place a bit of hot glue on its point,
> apply it on the fabric. So far I have had the best resultscostume.
> with painters tape, but it does have it's draw backs.
> I saw something on Dancing with the Stars, it looked like a huge Q-
> tip that they used to pick up stones then mount them to the
> Does anyone know what they are using?
> I have tried birthday candles, Stick-um candle adhesive, floral
> putty, Tacky Wax, and Mack's(moldable)Earplugs.
> Thanks for suggestions,
> D.L. Dixon
> Ides of March Design Group, Ltd.
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