Rhinestone Template & Clue

Happy Tuesday! I am being featured on the Imaginisce Blog today– where you can win a Template Kit and an I-Rock!

So be sure to stop over there–to enter!!

I’ve had a few requests to do a video on making your own rhinestone templates w/o the use of a Gypsy–

SO, this tutorial will show you how to make your own templates for rhinestones, without the NEED for a Gypsy or even a Cricut!!

You can use flourishes, letters, or any kind of design you can think of! IF you missed the Gypsy version of this tutorial–CLICK HERE!~

Also–there is a special “clue” in this video about something I have planned for you all this weekend!!

67 thoughts on “Rhinestone Template & Clue

  1. Thanks so much for the inspiration! I will have to try both versions of cutting templates to see which I like best, although the simplicity of the crop-o-dile is calling me.

  2. Thanks so much for this! What a great idea with so many possibilities! My LSS is out of templates and my i-rock is just sitting on the counter, waiting for me to use it…and now I can, TODAY! Thanks again, keep up the awesome work!

  3. Since I don’t have a Gypsy or a crop-a-dial I’ll just use the fashioned hammer and hole puncher tool. 🙂 Thanks for the tips.

  4. Great video. More and more I am thinking I need one of these tools!! How much fun it would be. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Oh My Gosh How do I love bling. Let me count the ways.I have seen this tool but wasn’t sure how to use it. Thanks so much for the tutorial and the chance to win.
    Scrappin_3rdeeschik

  6. Thanks for the great idea(s)!!! I do have a Crop-A-Dile but not the IROCK. I guess I’ll be looking for it, though. With Christmas coming and having several friends who do not celebrate Christmas as a holiday, I can still “bling” up their “Happy Holidays” cards! 🙂 I’ll keep my fingers crossed that I win the IROCK so I can have yet another new hobby/addiction! lol

    maria_m_nestor@yahoo.com

  7. Thanks for sharing this..since I don’t have a gypsy this will work great for me. This is another thing on my to try list that I will have to start tackling.

  8. The videos were great! Thanks for sharing such great ideas. I enjoyed them both, but since I don’t have a gypsy “yet” I think the Crop-A-Dial would work best for me.

  9. This is a great idea, I just got my I-rock the other day. Phew relief! Went to michaels today and now they have value packs. You get the I-rock and a cute lip gloss gem holder in one package! Wish I would have waited. But I cannot find templates anywhere so I think Ill use your gypsy technique since I still need to purchase A Big Shot! Thanks for the wonderful Tips. Your a life saver!

    Meriah

  10. I’m getting ready to go on vacation this week and I can already see myself making iRock templated using my Gypsy on the plane!

  11. Congrats on being featured on the Imaginisce Blog! I love your idea on using the Gypsy and Cricut to make templates. I love new idea to use these wonderful machines! I entered the contest, so here’s hoping!

    Thanks for sharing the wonderful ideas!

    Sandy

  12. I saw the previous video and was wondering how to make a template w/o a gypsy, thanks so much for sharing this! I haven’t used the crop-a-dial in ages. I love the irock, this is going to be so much fun!

  13. Congratulations on being featured on Imaginisce!!!
    Cool video and great idea for making your own flourish template 🙂
    … I will keep looking out for the i-rock tool, haven’t seen them over here yet.

  14. … back again – congrats on getting both tutorials posted on Imaginisce Sarah!!!
    Thank you for the chance to win 🙂

  15. What a great idea!!! 🙂 I have a crop a dile Big Bite and can’t wait to try it!

    Thank you so much for the great video tutorial,

    Jennifer

  16. Hi, I’ve been a follower for a bit now and I love that Imaginisce is giving people access to free tutorials on how to get more from their products. Great tutorial!

  17. Do you have a video on how to make rhinestone template with cricut using heavy duty cardstock so I can brush stones into holes and use sticky tape over top to grab design and then heat press onto my shirts? I saw your video using gun and placing each individual stone but i was looking for a template I can make w cricut and then drop stones into template;) I hope this makes sense!

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