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You'll also need
- Alcohol inks, colors and white - here's a link to the ones I use, this set includes white
- Headpin or paper clip to poke inks down
- Paper towels
When you do the petri technique in open molds, you're dripping colored inks into resin, then dripping white alcohol ink to push the colors down into your resin. With a thin mold like these bangle molds, you'll need to assist the ink down into the mold by poking it down with our Tiny Point Swabs, paper clips or a headpin. Stabby stabby stab. These pieces were made as part of our Resin Bangle Video Tutorial above. You'll see demolding of the alcohol ink bangle at about 14:20.
My friend, Myriam, also tried out this technique in our Double-Sided Molds, here are some still images so you can see the organic-looking details you'll get with this technique.
You can also have a look at Myriam's Nature tutorial, which has a thorough review of these molds. This video walks you through the different steps in the process.