You'll also need
- Fabric with a distinct design - fabrics react differently in resin, watch the tutorial to help you choose which will work best
- White cardstock, if you decide to back your fabrics as shown in the video (I used this on the birds, but not on the background)
- Waxed paper or another non-stick surface (back of your doming tray works, if you're not using it for other projects).
- Sharp scissors
- Whatever jewelry findings you want to use to turn your piece into wearable jewelry. I used jump rings and an old chain I scavanged from a broken necklace.
- Paper towels
This piece follows the same steps as my other domed fabric projects, but then layers the bird cut-outs over a saturated but not domed background cut from the same fabric. This accentuates the dimension and gives the 2 layers different textures.
I finished this piece by drilling holes and putting jumprings through them, then I scavanged an old broken chain to use that's been in my jewelry box, waiting for a new life.