How to use Zap-A-Gap with Glue-In Charms

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Rhinestone Glue-In Charms

2.6mm rhinestones

scrap paper

paper towel

Stainless Steel Tweezers

Zap-A-Gap Glue


Step 1: First, get everything ready.  Have your charms facing up with the spot for the flat back.  Also have your flat backs facing color side up.  If you're doing double sided charms (the angel wings and awareness ribbons) do one side first, let the glue dry and then do the other side.

Step 2: Put the long tube on the end of your Zap-A-Gap.  Onto a few sheets of scrap paper that are layered (so the glue doesn't soak through to your table) start squeezing the Zap-A-Gap and get used to the flow.  As you can see in the photo, you'll start out with large dots and eventually get control and tiny dots.

Step 3: When you're confident with making tiny dots of Zap-A-Gap, place dots on 2 or 3 charms.

Step 4: Using a tweezers, place the flat backs you selected into the spots for the crystals.  Work with 2 or 3 charms at a time so the glue doesn't dry before you can get the flat back in.

Step 5: When you're done gluing all your charms and flat backs, take the long tube off your Zap-A-Gap and place it on a folded up paper towel to leach the excess glue out of the tube.  Keep moving it around to different sections of the paper towel.  You might get a little dried paper towel on the tube but you can remove it with your tweezers or an X-Acto Knife.


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