The resin gods have not tripped me up in a while. I received a large dose of "what not to do" this week.
I wanted to showcase these very cool sequins in resin. My EasyCast cured beautifully, my mold worked without issues, but my sequins are a disaster. These samples are going into the trash so I am not haunted by my mistake.
You can not put glue on
a sequin and expect
it to look fabulous.
It is common sense really. The sequins are so shiny and the glue dulls it in a way that is not precise or even.
This would have been a great sample.
What bothers me is that I have done this before. I have a note posted on my sequin box now reading..."Careful not to let glue onto sequin front!!"
Here is the back of one piece. I placed my sequins face down into glue. The backs remained clean, and as you can see...they look fabulous under EasyCast. Lesson learned. AGAIN.
Labels: EasyCast, Repair Work, Sequins, Tips