Rhinestone beads can be added almost anywhere. Put it on your graduation ball gown, your prom dress, your stiletto heels and even your nails! It doesn’t even take an expert to do the job. You can do the project yourself.
But before taking on this endeavor, it’s best to test the glue you intend to use. Before gluing it onto the fabric, test it to see if you have a good batch. Get a small piece of paper or scrap fabric and apply one rhinestone onto it. If the bead still sticks after 24 hours, then you’re good to go.
You want to make sure you do a job with minimal mistakes. To ensure that, it’s best to start by laying out the rhinestones in the pattern you desire. Once you’re satisfied, you can start gluing.
Don’t be in a rush to glue all the rhinestones at once. Glue can be very messy, so you’re going to have to wait for the glue to dry before you embed the next rhinestone bead. As soon as you’ve got all the beads in place, leave your project out to dry overnight.
The number one tip on gluing rhinestone beads is to be careful. You may not get it on the first try, but practice makes perfect.