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You must let the glue get good and hot. It should actually bubble up and get
After laying the crystal down, use the side of the applicator and press down
keep a pin nearby incase a crystal should get stuck in the applicator
tip. Just slide the pin down the slot and push the crystal out.
Wash the cloth as if it were a delicate. Use cold water and a gentle cycle,
turn the article inside out in the dryer.
stands for Aurora Borealis, these crystals have lots of colors in them.
Did a crystal land in the wrong spot? Heat it up with the side of the applicator
tip and slide it. Dont slide it too far or you will smear away the glue.
from Boca Raton Florida, has a great tip if you're in a hurry!
She likes to embellish her quilts with Swarovski Crystals, so she needs
to adhere quit a few. She places the Crystal down on the quilt where
she wants to adhere it and uses the flat iron tip. Just press it on
the top of the crystal. The crystal and the glue will heat up, and the
glue will melt. Carole finds this is a much quicker method.
Is there a certain pattern you would like to lay the crystals down in? Like
a butterfly or flower? There are many markers on the market that wash away or
just fade away after a few days. Also, you could use an iron on pencil
marker. You mark the back of the pattern, with dots, where you would like the
crystals. Lay the marked design on the fabric and press with an iron, voila!
the pattern is transferred to the fabric in a wash away pencil. You could also
just poke a whole through the pattern from the front.
Have fun! These hotfix embellishments will stick to anything that is porous.
Well my sunglasses were not porous, but I wanted to apply some hot fix crystals
to the rim. So.....I scratched it up with my nail file, and now they stick!
Donna from PA was nice
enough to send me these instructions and illustrations on how to make a word
pattern using a mirror image and silicon paper.
Step 1 - Type your project in
"word" in the correct size and print.
Step 2 - Scan document in "paint"
and choose mirror image and print.
You can use the website
Step 3 - Tape the document down
and top with the silicone (mylar) paper sticky side up.
Step 4 - Place stones or studs
glue side up.
Step 5 - Iron on with dry iron as
I was at our local Dollar Store today and thumbing through the
childrens' coloring books, wow what fantastic designs you can get and simply
just trace them using a fine washable/fadeway marker of your choice - the
outlines last long enough to put Hot Fix Crystals and the finished product
yields a much better blouse/bag/shorts then you can purchase at retail for lots
of green more.
I picked up a coloring book of Frogs, they really are
neat and cannot wait to get a couple on my T-shirts to play golf in.
many are in a gross?
some on the floor? Put a nylon stocking over the end of the vacuum and just
vacuum them up, this works real well!
from Knoxville Tennessee writes: I stuck some onto my nieces hairbrush. The
and this caused them to stick.
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