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Topic: Hotfix rhinestones vs Glue  (Read 653 times)
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Jenmnky
« on: August 14, 2013 12:21:01 AM »

I am in the middle of trying to decide which way to go forward in my next craft... My daughter wanted me to put some diamantes on her shoes.. Now usually, I would go with e6000 glue and glue away! BUT I have been a little worried using such strong glues so have been on youtube about the hotfix wand.. Has anyone used the hotfix (or any similar type of wand) to attached diamantes on shoes? Does anyone have any opinions of which one works best? Many thanks Smiley 
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