I have a stunning new feather pendant!
In yesterday's Part One post I had already painted a glaze layer on the front and then the back side of the feather. This picture explains why I need to make time to ensure I can do three and possibly four glaze layers. After the back was cured, I flipped it over and it was clear, the front was only super shiny in a few areas. You won't believe how much resin a feather will absorb!
Glaze Coat Three:
I painted a thick layer of Jewelry Resin the front.
It cured like glass!
I added a finding to the top and this feather is ready to be worn as a pendant!
Labels: Envirotex Jewelry Resin, Feather, Glaze