rhinestone


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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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You don't want your rhinestones just floating on your face.
* Budget Friendly: The SpangleElite uses reels of spangle material instead of individually manufactured rhinestones, so the cost is much less.
The purses had ribbon handles and rhinestone brooches.
The jacket is closed with two crystal rhinestone buttons and a red beaded and stoned tab located between them.
Rhinestone Mondays is a foot-stomping, barn-storming, dancealong country musical.
"We've got Rhinestone Cowboy, Crazy, Stand By Your Man, all those kind of country and western classics," he enthuses, with all the chirpy bonhomie we've come to expect from the performer.
Ian stars in Rhinestone Mondays with his former Steps colleague Faye Tozer.
The rhinestone represents everything the Eugene trio Yeltsin is not.
Be sure to include in the beadwork pattern room enough to fit tiny rows of the pre-strung rhinestone chains (photo 2).
It was widely believed Rhinestone Cowboy had been retired following his defeat of Iris's Gift at the Punchestown festival in 2004, but he reappeared last month at Haydock, where he was pulled up after becoming weary in the testing ground.
Suppliers have expanded their lines to include kits that allow consumers to personalize nail decorations with decals, rhinestones and 3-D art.