Cut strips of jumbo studded iron-on trim to the length of your blazer lapel.
The first row should be a single row strip, created by cutting apart the trim length. Place remaining strips along lapel as shown. Our longest piece was 14".
Tip: Vary lengths of strips, but be sure to measure them so you know what to cut for the opposite side.
Place printer paper over the studs and iron them down one strip at a time, 25-30 seconds.
Repeat front and back with paper inside the lapel to prevent glue from leaking through thinner fabrics.
Smaller stud trim pieces can be used as part of the motif - save them as you work for this or future projects!
Here's our motif - you can add more or less depending on your preference and lapel size.
Let your studs cool and repeat iron-on process to ensure hold (especially with fabrics that don't take well to adhesive).
Let cool completely and try it on!
Here's the blazer with our Rhinstone Velvet Stripe Tee (check the how-to guides to get this full look!)