Ahhh Summertime. Have you thought about creating keepsakes to remind you of wonderful adventures or moments of bliss? Try some of these ideas for yourself, your family or friends (scroll down for how-to videos) Photos resized and cropped using our easy Photo Cropper, printed on Special Photo Paper, then cast in resin. This first one shows the layering technique - tutorial below.
These treasures were made by Jackie Lentz as souvenir magnets:
This project was made using the Double-Sided Doming Technique with gorgeous photos taken by my hubby in Baja California
And here's one that combines photos with paint chips in coordinating colors (tutorial below)
These pieces were made by printing photos on our Clear Photo Film, the first one uses the Bendy Resin technique (tutorials below)
The amazing bracelet below was created by Connie in Satsuma, FL. She used the Small Oval from our Little WindowsPhoto Cropping Software to shrink and crop her pix, then used the Doming Technique to create these gorgeous charms. These beachy photos, linked in with some lovely drilled shells makes the perfect Summer Keepsake.
A lightweight photo album you can wear and share!
Thanks again for sharing your beautiful creations Jackie and Connie!
You can also work in bezels, which is lots of fun (tutorial below). These are magnets!
This tutorial covers both the casting and doming techniques, and can be applied to bracelets, necklaces and other multi-photo projects:
How-To Video combining photos and coordinating paint chips:
Here's a basic How-To Video for Layering:
Click to watch this how-to video:
This Bendy Resin Technique can be used with our Special Photo Papers too:
I made these for Halloween, but now that they're hanging out on my desk, I'm going to keep them there year-round! It's like having a line-up of my kids as action figures and I love it!
Cut out the best part of your favorite photos, mount them on Clear Photo Film printed with a graphic design, and dome them up to make an awesome photo display for your home or office. See this related video for a how-to.