OT: Dog Collars

Okay....so another off topic bit. I really want my girls to have rhinestone collars (I know...how gay). However, they are super expensive (nice ones that is). With four standard poodles this is going to add up quick. Anyone familiar with leather work or putting rhinestones on leather. ( I guess that I shouldn't have trashed the Evil Queen from Snow White. She may have been my best resource.)

Thanks

Buck

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QueerJoe's picture

This person seems to have figured it out:

http://www.rhinestoneguy.com/leather_work.htm

scottly's picture

Check out this site. http://www.rhinestonedogcollars.net/index.html They aren't cheap but they are affordable one or two at a time. Now you've got me thinking how kinky cool my Westy and Cairn would look in rhinestones.

YugiDean's picture

Or you can just BEDAZZLE!

https://www.mybedazzler.com

"Men can starve from a lack of self-realization as much as they can from a lack of bread." --Richard Wright

http://www.terracubus.com/

MMario's picture

YOur best bet might be beading a band and sewing it to a leather backing.

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Junayd's picture

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Buddha

He who experiences the unity of life sees his own Self in all beings, and all beings in his own Self, and looks on everything with an impartial eye.
Buddha

Junayd's picture

Sorry...my system belched...anyway, some years ago I had a friend with a Bedazzler so I had her make a collar for my male all black slinky cat. Very Witchy!
Junayd

He who experiences the unity of life sees his own Self in all beings, and all beings in his own Self, and looks on everything with an impartial eye.
Buddha

Mnjack's picture

Being the queen that I am.... our dog had to have rhinestones....we couldn't afford diamonds. She had a lovely necklace and then..... one stone fell out and the result was a very sharp spot on the collar. I would not do rhinestones again, maybe a knitted boa would be better.