Oooooh, so many possibilities! This is my favorite way to show off themed photos - family, weddings, vacation, school pics, pets, etc. Here are some examples to inspire your creativity:
Here's another example of the same technique, but I printed the photos on our Clear Photo Film and domed both sides with Brilliant Resin.
Here's a cast cubes bracelet using photos from the same vacation...
Here's one of the bracelets I made for this video, featuring my friend Lis F's gorgeous wedding photos:
Here's the same photo cubes, but with wire-wrapped pearl spacers between each:
And here are the same photos, in color instead of black & white, with pearl spacers:
If you love your pets - and who doesn't...
Look at this gorgeous piece by Amazing Maker Jennifer Dooley!
Here's a complete tutorial video to teach you how to make these keepsake bracelets:
I'm loving this new technique for turning bits and pieces of fabric into jewelry, buttons, pins, magnets, all sorts of shiny treasures! It's easy to do and super-versatile. I'll let the images do the talking...and the how-to video!
You can also use a photo of fabric, which allows you to duplicate, resize, or manipulate if needed to coordinate with your pieces:
We've also made some lovely buttons with fabric scraps using our Silicone Cabochons Mold:
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I just finished editing this video and I LOVE the results. Using our new Clear Photo Film, some resin, a drill, and some jumprings, we created a new way to showcase your pix!
Of course during the making of this video I thought of about 25 more projects using this technique. Send me your ideas too and we'll add them to the mix!
When you're doming larger pieces like these (over 2" or anything long), especially with the Clear Photo Film, you should stabilize them by adding a stiff paper like cardstock to the back before adding resin. This will keep your pieces from curling up as they set. You can use a few small pieces of double-stick tape to attach them. Here's an example:
And here's an example I made using the same technique, but printing in color and cutting around my lovies. I leave it open on my desk when not in use: