Iron ON Rhinestone Design
Iron-on rhinestones are small, decorative gems that can be attached to fabric using heat and pressure. They are typically made of glass or acrylic, and come in a wide range of colors, sizes, and shapes. Iron-on rhinestones are often used to add sparkle and glamour to clothing, accessories, and other fabric-based items, such as bags, hats, and home decor.
To apply iron-on rhinestones to fabric, you will need an iron and iron-on transfer paper. The transfer paper is typically a sheet of paper with a special adhesive coating on one side. To apply the rhinestones, you first place them onto the adhesive side of the transfer paper, arranging them in the design of your choice. Once the rhinestones are in place, you cover the transfer paper with a cloth or piece of parchment paper, and then use the hot iron to press down on the transfer paper for the amount of time recommended by the manufacturer. This will heat the transfer paper and cause it to bond the rhinestones to the fabric.
Once the ironing is complete, you carefully peel off the transfer paper to reveal your newly adorned fabric. The rhinestones should now be securely attached to the fabric and ready to wear or use in your project. Iron-on rhinestones can add a touch of sparkle and elegance to a wide range of items, and can help you create unique and personalized designs that reflect your individual style and creativity.