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Old 09-17-2012, 08:53
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Where do you all get your rhinestone bling transfers for cheer bows? Do you just use the iron on ones even when using fabric? I know you can do cut outs with the fabric but was curious how everyone does the rhinestone bling (awareness ribbons, initals, hearts, etc)
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Old 09-17-2012, 11:21
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One of my friends has had her business for 2 years making rhinestone transfers (for shirts, etc). She has a great supplier that provides high quality transfers (not the cheap China ones that have stones that fall off). She is currently selling some of the transfers from a buy she just got in for transfers. If you'd like to join the group, you can see what she is offering. If none of them work for you, you can always message her what you need as she might be able to get it for you.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:55
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I use a heat press.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:58
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Hi I would like to see what you have . Where do you buy from? I have lots also maybe I have something you could use. I'm new here so please bare with me

Tanks Suzi
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I make my own transfers. I have been doing it a more difficult way by creating the image I need, printing it and lining up my stones. But I'm getting my cutter early so I'll be doing templates that way instead now. It's going to be such a relief to have that! Can't wait.

I also hand set stones with a bejewler pro when I'm doing more free form ones to accent an existing pattern (i.e. cheetah). I just think it looks better that way.
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So Vexys, which cutter did you decide to get?
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Came down to a silhouette or a graphtec but in the end silhouette won so I can get a few other pieces of equipment this year. Will most likely add in the graphtec next season if I need a bigger workhorse. Since I'm expanding with a heat press, sublimation printer and a few other toys it was either all budget to the cutter or getting the cheaper cutter so I can get everything else within budget or just slightly over
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One of my friends has had her business for 2 years making rhinestone transfers (for shirts, etc). She has a great supplier that provides high quality transfers (not the cheap China ones that have stones that fall off). She is currently selling some of the transfers from a buy she just got in for transfers. If you'd like to join the group, you can see what she is offering. If none of them work for you, you can always message her what you need as she might be able to get it for you.
I just asked to join facebook group in your signature, is that the one you are talking about?
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:40
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I buy rhinestones and transfer paper from threadart.com and make my own.
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I just asked to join facebook group in your signature, is that the one you are talking about?

It is. Can you please pm me your name on facebook so I can make sure to add you? Thanks.
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