Next, dump a few rhinestones into a shallow container. Here I put them in a lid. This is key to being able to dab at them.
Things you'll need to make your life MUCH easier. Rubber eraser, this is what you'll use to pick up the stone.
Another tool you'll need is a narrow, thin paint brush.
Stick some rubber eraser onto the blunt end of the paint brush.
See how you dab the stone to pick it up? You want to pick up the shiny, curved, stone part. Not the flat black side.
Next you paint on your glue. I use a glue called Gem-Tac. You can get it at arts- n-craft store (but wasn't able to find it at Michaels) and fabric store. After you get the glue on the shoe, you place to flat side onto the shoe. These should be placed as close as possible. I know one fabulous lady (Bombshell Betty) who even sprinkles glitter inbetween the stones! Whew! Thats a lot of work.
Don't worry about the glue, it dries clear.
Rhinestone close up!!
Here are the amazing shoes. The first show I wore them to, when I got off stage, I was bombarded by so many different women commenting about my shoes, how much they love them & want them & where I got them & how much they cost......and, and , and!