Faux Rhinestones and Studs with 3-D Paint

I made this cute Halloween shirt for Boo this weekend using 3-dimensional paint to create a faux rhinestone look. It took about 10 minutes and without the hassle of adhering teeny tiny rhinestones! There are so many great shiny puffy/3-dimensional fabric paints available now that you can get the rhinestone effect easily. Use metallic paint to get a metal stud effect!

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Need, need, need a stencil for the lettering!

It makes the lining up and filling out SO much easier

Finished project

See how Ashley easily creates this effect with 2 ways. First with a rhinestone stencil, second with Dharma Trading's super soft transfer paper:

Full tutorial here

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