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I would love to suprise my FI with a bikini the day after the wedding that says "Mrs. B..." in rhinestones. Can't I just make one of these with a packet of rhinestones and some special glue? How would I get the letters straight? Please help! I checked online and I see some for like $50 so if I have to, I guess I will just buy one.

Thanks DIY experts!

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i don't know how, but it's a cute idea! someone on here made some undies themselves, i think they hotglued the bling on to a pair of lacy boyshorts. let me go see if i can find it.. BRB..

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dang it i cant find it sad.gif i remember they were black lace and i remember she described how it wasn't that easy doing each gem by itself, but for the life of me i can't rememebr who it was! sorry sad.gif

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how about iron-on transfer? would i burn the material if i try to do it that way?

im el cheapo anyways but i would normally say ok to a $50 bikini except the cruise will be the only time i want my last name plastered across my @ss so it will never be used again...thats why i am looking for inexpensive alternatives.

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I do figure competitions and usually get my bikinis made. But sometimes I add crystals for more sparkle. I buy the swarovski crystals from Michaels and use a glue called k2000 (I believe that's correct I can check when I get home). The glue is fantastic. You have to be very careful though. But, I would only do that if you can't find the actual letters. Because it can be pretty time consuming.

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Hobby Lobby sells the rhinestone letters in various sizes and colors and some words...let me see if I can find the link...if you have one in your home town it would be worth calling...Oh they also have rhinestone iron on transfers...I think it would be okay on a swim suit to use the iron on transfers...just put your iron on a lower temp or use a cloth or buffer between the iron and the material you're using!!!!

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