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Old 01-29-2008, 02:05 PM   #1  
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Default Rhinestone/swarovski Applicator Tutorial?

Does anyone have a tutorial or a link to a tutorial for using the rhinesetone applicator like for the Swarovski?
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Old 01-29-2008, 05:21 PM   #2  
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I would like to see one as well. I saw it is carried by one of the member companies, Stamping Bella. Someone asked the question in their forum but so far no reply. It sounds good but another tool ? I need to justify it.
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If it's the same thing I use for clothing, there's not much to it. There are different sized tips that screw in for the different sized stones. Match them up before plugging in the heat tool Once the tool is hot, you just pick up the stone, watch the glue melt on the back, and stick it down on your project. Lift straight up, and the rhinestone is glued down. Easy peasy.
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Old 02-04-2008, 12:33 AM   #5  
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Thanks Jen!
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If it's the same thing I use for clothing, there's not much to it. There are different sized tips that screw in for the different sized stones. Match them up before plugging in the heat tool Once the tool is hot, you just pick up the stone, watch the glue melt on the back, and stick it down on your project. Lift straight up, and the rhinestone is glued down. Easy peasy.
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Hope this helps!
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