How to Bejewel Your Jeans

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Bejeweling your jeans is a really quick, efficient way to add a little embellishment. Bejewel your jeans with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Heather Klar. How to bejewel your jeans? It's fun to add little bits of your own personality to your jeans. Here's a way to bejewel them. Bejeweling your jeans can be a fun way of adding some of your spunk and personality to make them different and to stand out a little bit more. And to give them a bit of a fashiony edge. There's lots of different stores you could go to, crafts stores and art supplies stores. That'll have a wide variety of different kinds of stones or jewels or what have you, and experiment and have fun. If you're going to experiment, I would recommend maybe having a scrap of denim or a scrap of some other kind of fabric. And testing out what kind of looks you like first before you actually go to put them on the jeans. Because you're going to be using a hot glue gun. And once you to go hot glue them on the jeans, that glue will stay, that's hard to get out. So, you want to make sure you have a little bit of an idea perhaps, before you start. I'm going to show you how. As you can see, I've already glued a stone on here, but I'm going to walk you through. Depending on the size and style of the jewel, they can be a little slippery. And because you're working with a hot glue gun, you just want to make sure that you're careful. So, you're going to want to grab the stone and on the flat side, put a little bit of glue. Try hard not to get your fingers, it's tricky. And then, you're going to place it down, give it a second and then, firmly press down. I say that only, so that you don't want too much glue coming out the sides. And you press it down. So, as you can see, I've glued my two stones on. You can continue gluing as many jewels on as you like, it's up to your creative discretion. Just be careful that you don't get any of the hot glue sort of little strings. I think I got a little bit on this one, so be careful.

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