Jazz up your greetings and birthday cards with our simply how to guide using Swarovski Crystals.
Dutch-born, London-based designer Tord Boontje created the HP Spectre by Tord Boontjethat exhibits delicate, intricate and dreamlike patterns across the laptop. The ornate graphic pattern integrates cherry blossoms, graceful florals, a peacock and an exquisite butterfly. The 18K gold plated accents provide rich contrast with the patterns that gently intertwine with embedded Swarovski Crystals set in a floral pattern against a deep Midnight Blue.
Celebrity shoe designer Aruna Seth has created the ultimate sparkling Union Jack shoes to celebrate the Queens 90th birthday.
Each shoe is handcrafted and covered with almost 3,000 flat back Swarovski Crystals in the distinctive union jack colours.
Easter is just around the corner and if you’re looking for a last minute creation we’ve picked a couple of designs to help you out from Swarovski.
STEP 1: Use a piece of Dacron to form a ball like structure as shown in the illustrations.
STEP 2: Cut 1 m of 0.15 mm nylon thread and sew the ball together.
STEP 3: Follow the symbols in the legend of the instructions for different stitches and crochet. Make a slip knot and place it on the crochet hook. Place yarn over hook and slide through the loop on the hook. Repeat the step until you have a total of four stitches. Stitch into first chain and place yarn over hook. Slide through to get a ring.
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We’ve put together some great inspiration for dance costume designers using Swarovski Crystals.
On Friday morning, internationally renowned Australian fashion designer Dion Lee, revealed one of his most impressive and bedazzled fashion feats to date.
Appearing at the National Gallery of Victoria, the cutting-edge designer unveiled his never-before-seen exclusive gown – a towering four-metre-tall Swarovski crystal-encrusted piece by Dion Lee.