Need a small gift for someone but you want something special? Looking for unique wedding favors?
For today’s project you need:
Glass candle holder
Gem Tac adhesive
12ss Rhinestones - approximately 95 (for this project I used Price Less brand)
Tweezers or Pick n Stick tool
Make sure the surface of your votive is clean. For this project, I used Price Less brand of rhinestones. Normally I am a Swarovski only girl, but for keeping the cost down on some projects, I really like the Price Less brand. It is AAA crystal (the highest grade in the industry) and priced about 33% less than Swarovski. The pattern I used here is a simple scattered pattern. It really makes no difference how you place the rhinestones, be creative! Begin by placing a drop of glue on the votive. Using the Pick n Stick tool or tweezers, pick up a rhinestone and place it in the glue drop. Gently press the rhinestones down allowing the glue to cover the edges of the rhinestone. Gem Tac dries clear so do not worry if you accidentally use too much glue. Continue adding rhinestones until you are happy with the coverage. Allow to dry for 24 hours.
When you are finished, you have a beautiful, sparkly creation ready for gift giving!
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Price Less brand meets the highest in quality standard and is rated AAA. They are made from crystal not glass and are available in a variety of colors and sizes.
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I have five kids and often feel like I am running a zoo. I love to craft and do so in whatever spare time I have.
On your first purchase of quality embellishments from Rhinestones Etc.