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Crafting with WALA Adhesive Rhinestone Sheets from Heat Transfer Warehouse

Ok, so maybe I should have called myself the “Crazy Craft Lady” or something like that.
Well, that name is probably taken, but by the end of this project I kind of felt that way…. but I couldn’t stop.
Each time I did, I would get a new idea to try.

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I received a sheet of the WALAStones Adhesive Rhinestone Sheets and at first I was wondering what the heck I was going to do with it.

Well, as I let it sit on my table and it sparkled at me each time I walked by, I started thinking of what could I bling up that I currently had in my craft area?

Each time I had an idea, I would jot that down in my phone in my notes and pretty soon I had a list of things to test.

And I had almost all of them in my studio!
The only thing I ordered from the photo above was the Acrylic Makeup Brush Holder.

Supplies used:

WALAStones Adhesive Rhinestone Sheets
Acrylic Makeup Brush Holder
– Light switch cover (from my Studio)
– Phone charger *see further below for update on this one
Business Card holder
– Compact Mirror – Craft Chameleon or Amazon
Pen Blank
Tape Dispenser **not pictured above
Folding Utility Knife

*Now you will see the phone charger blinged up in the photo above, however, after I shared my blanks photo, a group member cautioned about not doing that due to the heat generated.

It looked awesome while it lasted!

But I did remove it easily and simply added it to the side of my water bottle, where it has continued to live ever since.

So, I felt a loss with one of my projects not working out and I still had rhinestone sheet to use.

I needed a new tape dispenser for my Artesprix heat tape that has a small core for the tape roll and Amazon to the rescue.

But, I think I’m going to have to call this one a PHD (Project Half Done). I think it needs more rhinestones added and I’ll have to order another sheet to do that with.
So I will have to do a project update with that when I get my next order.

The compact mirror grew legs quickly and walked off to my daughter’s room, so it was not available for another photo.

Now, do you want to see the process?
I have 2 new videos on the Silhouette Secrets+ YouTube channel.

The first video I have included how I used the Silhouette Studio Software to create my templates for a few of the items.

Check it out HERE

And the second video is simply sharing the process of applying the WALA Adhesive Rhinestone Sheets to each of the blanks. While I used the Silhouette Studio software to cut perfect lines for my templates, it is not required and you can easily measure and cut away.

Check out that video HERE

Once I started I just couldn’t stop and I was determined to use up the entire WALA Adhesive Rhinestone Sheet.
Here are the leftovers from the sheet and I made 7 projects out of it.

But now I have to order another sheet because I definitely want to make more of the Rhinestone pens for gifts and my daughter has her eye on mine, so I have to watch it closely.

What are you creating? What sparks a creative energy and you just start brainstorming new project ideas. Is it something sparkly like an Adhesive Rhinestone Sheet?
Let us know in the comments below.

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Enjoy !

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