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Fix Rhinestone Jewelry with Missing Stones

I have some old rhinestone jewelry that was nice, but missing some stones and they were too small to replace. So I had the idea of applying pearl nail polish to the sites where the stones were gone and then sprinkling the area with silver glitter. It worked very well and even covered up for some larger stones that were missing! The pieces look really great now - shiny and rejuvenated.

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By pam munro from L.A., CA

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April 29, 20110 found this helpful

This is a great idea! Can't wait to try it, thanks so much for sharing. We all have things we don't wear because it's missing a stone or two that we never seem to find the right size stone for. :^)

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