Graduation Rhinestone Templates
Make your own Graduation rhinestone heat transfers with our easy to use RE-USABLE Rhinestone TEMPLATES. A Rhinestone Template can be used over and over again. Now you have the flexibility to make transfers as you need them, and make them in different colors as needed without having to stock a lot of transfer inventory.
We offer 2 different types of "Templates":
- Standard Templates - If you have purchased templates from us in the past you have purchased what we call a "Standard Template" It is a template of the design selected and will be mounted on "backerboard". Your template is a stand alone item; no "system" or "workstation" needed.
- Text TILES Sticky Flock Templates - Sticky Flock templates are made from a material much different than the above templates (they are made with "Sticky Flock"). Text TILES Templates come on a "carrier/storage sheet" and do not have "backerboard". They are used with a Sticky Flock Workstation or Text TILES Workstation.
- Loose Stones in your favorite colors: Rhinestones, SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS and Rhinestuds
- Rhinestone Transfer Paper
- Template Brush
NOTE: In the "Description" section of each template we list the stone size and stone count needed to make a transfer using that template. Make note of the stone sizes for the templates you are ordering. Be sure to order rhinestones, swarovski crystals or rhinestuds in favorite colors so you can make your designs when your template(s) arrive!
****Our templates are sized to work with Rhinestones, SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS and Rhinestuds purchased from Dazzling Designs & Apparel Inc. We can not guarantee that stones purchased from other suppliers will work in our templates as each manufacturer has size variances within their product(s). Not intended for use with NAILHEADS.
FYI - A Rhinestone Template is sometimes referred to as a rhinestone stencil or rhinestone mold. Please note: We sell rhinestone "templates" not "stencils". The difference between a template and a stencil is that a "template" has a back so the stones don't go "through" the holes. A "stencil" has no back and therefore the stones go through the holes.