Here are some of the actual projects made during this video, although they are much more impressive, colorful and shiny in person :)
This pin was made by combining one of our cast pieces with one of the domed pieces:
CLICK HERE for tips on turning your resin creations into jewelry, buttons, drawer pulls and more.
And more from our previous post...
Here's another idea - use clear resin to Dome Up for buttons, rings, and hair bobbles like these:
Here's what Stephanie in Pensacola, FL has been making with Dichro-ISH, glitter and sequins, so cool!
(More new projects below :)
We get a lot of questions about working with resin in bezels (a container or frame), so this is an extensive video that covers working in closed-back bezels, open-back bezels, and also mounting resin pieces in bezels. Lots of great info, enjoy!
Here are some of the projects created in this video, I only mixed 2 tablespoon-sized batches to make all of these!
Embed a magnet!
These inexpensive sports charms make great team gifts
Gorgeous possibilities with open-backed bezels
Have fun with bits and pieces!
Let light reflect off the metal with Clear Photo Film:
A layer of glitter under the photo really helps it pop!
Layer glitter, sticker, and a rhinestone for sparkly dimension:
Stickers, glitter and candy sprinkles can be found a your local craft shop
More bezel options can be found at your local bead store
Charms and other embedments - use broken jewelry, shop flea markets and yard sales
Variety of materials, shapes and sizes can be used.
Here is another example of resin in a bezel, this time I found a carved bead with an oval opening that let me pour in 3 layers, using graphics printed on our Clear Photo Film, and a final layer using thickened, goopy resin to "Emboss" just on the spider to make it extra creepy!