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Old 11-28-2008, 03:30 PM   #1
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Ok...the rhinestones make this card AWESOME! (Not my card...)

But does anyone have a name (brand) for them? I would like to order online, and I am tired of sifting through millions of regular rhinestones to find these.

Also are you guys using a tweezers or what to set them?? I am having a heck of a time pinching tiny dew drops to get them in their glue dot without rolling them around and sticking to my fingers! LOL

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You could check orientaltrading.com. I was going to do a group buy on some rhinestones there, right as the group buys were banned here They sell everything in bulk, so you will get tons. I don't know if they have anything that small, but it's worth a shot!
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here is another source, if you want to buy each color separately. I had never thought of searching for nail salon supplies!
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And here is an ebay store, which I am ordering from *right* now! Lol thanks for asking this question, now I get to go buy some
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And here is a sizing chart for rhinestones.
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You can get all sizes of S.Crystals through Outlines Rubber Stamp Co. They have a variety of colors and are the best quality as they are Swavarski. http://www.outlinesrubberstamp.com/

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I just bought 720 of the multicolored ones from that ebay store for 5$ and change, free shipping. Can't wait!
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No online source for you, but I bought some of these (in the same pretty pink) at Archivers about a month ago. They are self adhesive, so all you have to do to use them is make a tiny cut between the rhinestones and then lift them off the plastic with a pair of tweezers. Fun to use and so easy even I can do it!
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And here is an ebay store, which I am ordering from *right* now! Lol thanks for asking this question, now I get to go buy some

these seem like GREAT prices!

thanks for the link!
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to get the teeny tiny rhinestones to stick, I always buy hot fix and use my hot fix wand to set them. They are stones that come with a glue on the back of them but the glue is not activated until the heat warms it, this is where the wand comes into play. There are different tips that come with the wand, each of them corresponding to a differentsize of stone and they fit each stone precisely making placing them not only easy, but fun.
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I don't know if they still make them, but Hero Arts used to have self-adhesive rhinestones that are very tiny. I still have some. You could try their website. HTH.
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to get the teeny tiny rhinestones to stick, I always buy hot fix and use my hot fix wand to set them. They are stones that come with a glue on the back of them but the glue is not activated until the heat warms it, this is where the wand comes into play. There are different tips that come with the wand, each of them corresponding to a differentsize of stone and they fit each stone precisely making placing them not only easy, but fun.
I bought the hot fix ones, and I was thinking of just using my heat gun tool for embossing, to adhere them. Do you think that will work? If not, I will defnitely just use glue. I just thought that heat gun would be ad added convenience.
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I don't think the heat gun would be the test solution. You can use
Crystal Effects, and put a little dot on wax paper, and pick it up with a toothpick or pin to apply to your rhinestone. That works for me. I'm using 5 mm on my Christmas cards, and they are as tiny as I can go, as my fingers aren't as nimble as they used to be. Eileen
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And here is an ebay store, which I am ordering from *right* now! Lol thanks for asking this question, now I get to go buy some
Thank you so much for the link!! Buying from this store is going to be Fun! Love all the choices and free shipping right now too!
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Those of you buying from the ebay store mentioned above, let us know if you like the product! Thanks.
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I recently found some tiny rhinestones at Deals in their manicure section. There were several different shapes, hearts, stars, round, etc. $1 for many rhinestones is worth a try.
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I recently found some tiny rhinestones at Deals in their manicure section. There were several different shapes, hearts, stars, round, etc. $1 for many rhinestones is worth a try.
That's exactly what I do when I want tiny bling - nail art gems! You can get a 'wheel' with loads of different colours really cheaply - they're maybe 2mm in size. I put a tiny dot of Glossy Accents on my card with a pin, pick up the gem on the end of my finger and dot it down onto the Glossy Accents.

I went a bit mad and did the circle on this card with them but generally I just use a few as an accent (like this, bottom right of the image panel).

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You may want to check out "Creative Cuts and More" website =

http://www.creativecutsandmore.com/

....they have a rhinestone wheel...one version includes pearls, the other just rhinestones....10 different sections of rhinestones with ~144 rhinestones in each of the 10 colors, and 1 pearl section with ~130 in the pearls. Size = 3mm. That's over 1,400 rhinestones for $35. I just got them and love them....well worth the investment for me! Better price than ACM or Mike's.
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I used Michael's coupons to buy the Tulip hot glue rhinestone stuff. I got the heating tool and a couple of containers of both colored and clear stones. They couldn't be easier to apply with this thing! The tool takes just a minute to heat up, and then all you do is put the bling where you want it, rest the tip of the tool on the top for a sec or two, and it's stuck. Too cute!
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That's exactly what I do when I want tiny bling - nail art gems! You can get a 'wheel' with loads of different colours really cheaply - they're maybe 2mm in size. I put a tiny dot of Glossy Accents on my card with a pin, pick up the gem on the end of my finger and dot it down onto the Glossy Accents.

I went a bit mad and did the circle on this card with them but generally I just use a few as an accent (like this, bottom right of the image panel).

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WOW! gorgeous card! I LOVE the way you used the rhinestones. Very nice. TFS!!

On another note....my mom bought me a whole sheet of tiny rhinestones that she got at Wal-Mart in the craft section where you can decorate shirts and such?
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I knew this question would cost me money...now I want one of those wands!! LOL

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I use my heat gun for the hotfix rhinestones. Just hold them with a pair of tweezers.
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I love my rhinestone setter. If you are going to buy one I got mine at joann.com with a 40 or 50% off coupon making it really cheap.
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oh wow, so love the ebay store.
why did i check this thread

i've never seen a rhinestone heat gun, im gonna love for it
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I know, I know!!! Why do I like bling so much? Why did I ready this thread??? UGH!
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I bought mine in the jewlery section of michaels. they were just with the cheap beads and such. Came in a pack of about 100 for about $2-3. To pick them up, i use the Quick Kutz quik stik pen, and them use crystal effects to set them. Here's the link for the pen.

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That's exactly what I do when I want tiny bling - nail art gems! You can get a 'wheel' with loads of different colours really cheaply - they're maybe 2mm in size. I put a tiny dot of Glossy Accents on my card with a pin, pick up the gem on the end of my finger and dot it down onto the Glossy Accents.

I went a bit mad and did the circle on this card with them but generally I just use a few as an accent (like this, bottom right of the image panel).

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Wow!!! Your card is AWESOME!! And the circle was just the right touch! TFS!
Very Classy!!
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That's exactly what I do when I want tiny bling - nail art gems! You can get a 'wheel' with loads of different colours really cheaply - they're maybe 2mm in size. I put a tiny dot of Glossy Accents on my card with a pin, pick up the gem on the end of my finger and dot it down onto the Glossy Accents.

I went a bit mad and did the circle on this card with them but generally I just use a few as an accent (like this, bottom right of the image panel).

Have fun!

I love the card you made with the butterfly! I too use the nail jewels... I get them at the dollar store... many colors to choose from and they work great for earrings on a stamped image or just to spice up the card. I also have found blue rain drops nail jewels too at Deals (dollar store)
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That's exactly what I do, MaryEileen (I think we think alike!) When I get the Crystal effects onto the pin and pick up the gem, I then use the pin to position it right onto the card.

I've also bought nail gems at the dollar store, I cut apart the designs and use the individual stones.
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I just bought 720 of the multicolored ones from that ebay store for 5$ and change, free shipping. Can't wait!
how do you get free shipping?
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how do you get free shipping?
The ebay store that I bought them from offered free shipping on most of the products that I saw.

Here's the ebay member:

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They look like the rhinestones that go on fingernails and nail art. They look really neat on that card. Thanks for sharing. You'll have to tell us if you were satisfied with the small rhinestones you bought on Ebay.
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Okay...now I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions on hot fix wands. I think I might *need* this tool.
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CTMH sells the tiny sparkles in a 72 count multi pack with 4 sizes and 2 shapes for $2.95
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I buy my tiny jewels at Joann's Super Store. They have multi color and solid color packs.
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I'd like to know too What size is everyone usually using? 3mm?
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Thanks, Trixie - I did some shopping, too! You should get a commission from that ebay store (Sweet Pea's).
And Joanne - Angelnorth - your iris card is breathtaking!!!!

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Thank you for your help on finding rhinestones. I eventually need to buy more. Right now I'm using "Me and My Big Ideas" Icons rhinestone stickers. I bought them from Michaels. I have also ordered some from 7kidscollege and they are called Hero Arts. Michael's also has their own brand in grey pkg with different shades of blue or pink in one pkg and they also have white pearls & silver pearls. Some great deals on that ebay store. I wonder if they ship to Canada? I'll have to ask them.
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can't read thru all the responses lol, so sorry if a repeat. i saw these yesterday at both wally world and joann's. they had them in both the kids'
crafts section and in the section that iron ons and transfers at walmart.
they had them in the beading section and the kids' section at joann's. I had been wondering the same thing, and wanting to buy them in bigger bulk than just a little card with 10 gems on it for an astronomical sum. I saw packs of white/clear/diamond like ones in various amounts and sizes, and then 'variety' packs of sizes and colors, variety packs of just colors.....one more thing, try the dollar store, they sell teeny ones in packs (for fingernails lol!) they are for decorating your nails, but who cares and who's gonna know. I saw them at the dollar tree recently and the light went on, so picked up a few packs! unfortunately dd saw them and thought they needed to go on her nails, not my cards...but hey, if you can evade the dd's.....
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