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rhinestone

[′rīn‚stōn]
(materials)
A clear, colorless imitation of diamond, made of glass, paste, or gem quartz, backed with metallic foil.
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Safe: Unlike rhinestones, spangles are smooth, always lead free and don't scratch, so they can be used for dance and cheer uniforms.
The purses had ribbon handles and rhinestone brooches.
To finish, gold seed and bugle bead tassels dangle from the center of the cutout scallop, and black heels are covered in rim-set crystal rhinestones.
The rhinestone represents everything the Eugene trio Yeltsin is not.
The decision to lay down the rhinestones first and then bead the design, or bead first then lay the rhinestones, is up the individual bead worker.
Like deceased outsider artist Simon Sparrow, who obsessively rendered spiritual visions in beads and trinkets, Thomas shows an enterprising passion for decorative materials, particularly when working from her dynamic collages rather than simply replicating a photograph in rhinestones and paint.
The kit includes 240 rhinestones, a carrying case, an application tool, a topcoat and a gem chart.
Add some dazzle with glitter, ribbons, and rhinestones.
An accent pillow, trimmed with pink pom-poms and rhinestones.
The clouds, made up of thousands of pencil-tip sized rhinestones in gray, silver and white, appear to float around the shoes.
Craig is never seen on Strictly without some sort of blingy jacket, usually a rhinestone encrusted blazer.
Use the glue gun to adhere the rhinestones and buttons on the bag.