Thursday, July 19, 2012

Jewelry Resin and Ceramic Bezels

I have the funnest new bezels to share today!

They are about an inch wide and ceramic.
I can spot a ceramic bead by Jennifer Jangles from across the room.  Her style is so distinctive.
I placed my image in the ceramic bezel and sealed the paper like I normally do:  three coats of mod podge.....waiting for it to dry between applications.  Then I poured in Jewelry Resin to the half way point. I let the resin cure overnight.
The next day I added some gel pen markings on the resin surface.  I then poured in my final layer of resin to the brim of the bezel.  48 hours later...my bezels looked great!
It is nice to work in a lighter bezel too!  I love this pastel pallet.

4 comments:

  1. Yes - these are so pretty!!! I want to do ceramic bezels, too. I'll have to go visit Jennifer's shop soon!

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  2. Nice.. do you make your necklaces??? They are awesome colors

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  3. I love them! They have such a retro look with the images and the color schemes. Thanks for using my bezels. I don't have them on the website so I need to get them in the Etsy shop ASAP.

    Have a great day

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  4. Great job. your necklaces look sassy & fun. I like the ceramic bezel more than the metal ones I have seen.

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