DIY How To Crystallize A Leopard Print Pattern With Flatback Crystals The purpose of this tutorial created by Crystal and Glass Beads is to show you how to create your own unique Leopard print pattern on a converse toe which can be crystallized. Having a range of crystals will enable you to achieve a more pleasing result. The main crystal ... Read More »
Which Glue Works on Havaianas Flip Flops? This Tutorial was created by Crystal and Glass Beads. All ...
This Tutorial was created by Crystal and Glass Beads. Swarovski have a style of flatbacks called Fus...
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Pink Piggies Baby Converse Tutorial – How To Swarovski Crystallize Baby Converse This is a tutorial created by Crystal and Glass Beads to show you how to crystallize a pair of baby converse shoes the size used in the tutorial are size 3 (for 6 to 9 months old infants), there will be templates for size 1, 2, 3 and ... Read More »
DIY How To Create A Zebra Print With Flatback Crystals The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to create your own Zebra print pattern on a converse toe which can be crystallized. The more crystal sizes you have the greater the flexibility of being able to fill in the pattern as exactly as possible. The main crystal ... Read More »
Guide to choosing the right flatback crystal applicator tools Flatbacks or rhinestones as they are often called come in a wide range of shapes and sizes that vary greatly depending on the manufacturer and model/style of crystal. The most well known brand is Swarovski who manufacture a wide range of shapes and sizes that start from size ss3 which are ... Read More »
Completed Havaianas Flipflop UK size 6/7 using 165 x Crystal ss20 (84 per side) Swarovski Flatback Non-Hotfix Crystals Per Flip Flop. For a pair you will need approximately 330 Crystals for a pair of 6/7 UK Havaianas Flip Flops. Havaianas have a problem bonding crystals to their rubber strap over the past few years in that the adhesive used will ... Read More »
What you will need: 1. Swarovski flatback Crystals NON-HOTFIX: Clear Crystal size ss12 (3.2mm), I also used a range of smaller sized crystals to fill in the gaps, Golden Shadow ss12 (2.6mm) and 3 x ss16(4mm) for the peaks of the tiara. The Converse Crystallized is an Infants size 8. View Swarovski Flatback Crystals 2. Magic Pick: This is a plastic wand ... Read More »
What you will need: 1. Swarovski flatback Crystals NON-HOTFIX: Clear Crystal size ss12 (3.2mm), I also used a range of smaller sized crystals to fill in the gaps, Golden Shadow ss9 (2.6mm) and smaller sizes for filling in the gaps. The Converse Crystallized is an Infants size 8. View Swarovski Flatback Crystals 2. Magic Pick: This is a plastic wand with a ... Read More »
This guide applies to crystallizing any surface or object big or small it’s the same principle you just need to read through the guide and work out the best design/pattern/crystal sizes for your project. Chattons Vs Flatback Crystals There are two methods of adding crystals to a flat surface the method you use will very much depend on your ... Read More »
Completed Swarovski Elements Nike Blazers. What you will need: a. Swarovski flatback rhinestones NON-HOTFIX: size ss12(3.2mm), ss16(4mm) and ss20 (5mm). View Non-Hotfix Flatback Crystals. b. Jewel setter: This is a plastic wand with a wax bud one side and pointed end the other, it makes picking up rhinestones very simple. View Jewel setter c. e6000 adhesive: This is an ... Read More »
Adhesives tested E-6000, Shoe Goo, Gem-Tac, Fabri-Tac and Crafters The Ultimate pick. It’s important to stress that while all the adhesives may give a good bond between crystals and fabric the purpose of this test is to determine which adhesive gives the strongest bond. To determine this the crystals were glued using the 5 different glue types each with their ... Read More »