I had already purchased a marquee letter "J" for my granddaughter's "boudoir" and was ready to decorate it. I covered the outside with gold Duck tape and the inside with holographic silver card stock. It goes without saying that it really sparkled when lit, but it needed a little something extra to make it sparkle during the day - strips of crystals of course!
Now it looks flashy all the time....! I still had lots to play with so I added single strips to the outside of a Deflecto acrylic frame; just the bling it needed for said granddaughter's boudoir. The rhinestones can be glued, or stitched to just about any surface. I used 1/8" wide tacky tape for these projects.
Using tacky tape, I also glued a border of the black mesh rhinestones around the inside edge of a wood laser frame I'd painted black and used to make a clock.
Last, but not least, I had to make a piece of jewelry; after all, these are rhinestones. I measured my wrist then cut a piece of the black mesh about 1/2" shorter. I attached a bar fastener to each end then added a closure with a jump ring. It took me less than 20 mins to make and most of that time was spent looking for the jewelry findings I needed....
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