When do you restock?
We restock as often as we can every Saturday morning at 8AM CST.
WHAT GLUE DO I USE?
what is real time inventory?
we offer real time inventory which means if you buy it from our site, it is currently on hand. we do our very best to keep real time inventory on our site, so you don't have to wait for a back order! we also do not do pre orders for this reason.
Are you open for instore Shopping?
we are not open for instore shopping at this time. however you can place and order and pick up at the shop location. 406 Carson Way Webb city Mo 64870
How do i sharpen the wax pencils?
pencil Sharpener.... yes, it's that simple. We love this tool!
Do you have a Starter Kit?
Start Kits Will Be Back Soon!
How Many Stones do I use for a 20/30oz?
This gives you the amount to completely cover an area of what we currently have available. this will update as we stock new sizes and items thanks!:
Length times Width will give you the area of a surface.
Example: if the phone was 2 by 4 Inches, then it would have 8 square inches of surface.
Stone Size and Number Required to Cover
One Square Inch
5SS - 253
6SS - 205
8SS - 118
10SS - 105
12SS - 91
16SS - 51
20SS - 37
30SS - 20
1 Square Inch = 645.16 Square Millimeters
How To Calculate the Area of a Circle
1. Divide the diameter by 2 to find the radius.
2. Square the radius, that is, multiply it by itself. For example, the radius is 4 mm, then the square of that would be 4 x 4 which is 16mm.
3. Multiply the answer from step 2 (radius squared) by pi (3.1416). This is the area.
if working with a mix of stones roughly about 5-7 packs of glass stones to complete a tumbler depending on design there isn't a magic number. always take into account for spilling stones trust me we do it all the time HA!
Do you take Sezzle?
Yes we do! if you are registered for shop pay that will override the sezzle checkout option.
Do you offer paypal?
How do I place an order?
The preferred method is online using a credit/debit card.
What is your turn around time?
Orders are processed in the order they are received. we do our best to offer same day shipping. but we have a shipping policy on our home page for influx of orders.
What is a rhinestone?
A rhinestone or paste is a diamond simulant made from rock crystal, glass or acrylic. Originally, rhinestones were rock crystals gathered from the river Rhine, but their availability was greatly increased when the Alsatian jeweler Georg Friedrich Strass had the idea to coat the lower side of glass with metal powder around 1775, imitating diamonds. Hence, rhinestones are called Strass in the German language.
Aurora borealis (AB) crystal tends to reflect whatever color is worn near it. The AB stone is named after the Northern Lights in Alaska also known as Aurora Borealis.
Rhinestones make excellent imitations of diamonds, and good manufacturers even capture the glistening effect that real diamonds have in the sun.
In 1955, the "Aurora Borealis" or "Aqua aura", a thin, vacuum-sputtered metallic coating applied to crystal stones to produce an iridescent effect, was introduced. Today, crystal rhinestones are primarily used on costumes, apparel and jewelry. They are produced mainly in Austria and the Czech Republic, while acrylic and glass rhinestones are manufactured in several countries.