Monday, December 3, 2012

Resin For Christmas

I spent the weekend working on some special Christmas bezels.  They are filled with Envirotex Lite.

 My images are from a fun digital download....trendy Snowman from Designs By Linda Nee's Esty shop.
 Each bezel is cuter than the next!  All I needed was my one inch circle punch to pop out my images.  I sealed the paper and added a little glitter glue to edges before pouring in my resin.
Now I really have fun attaching dangles and other embellishments.

6 comments:

  1. Hello,
    I've just discovered this website today and have spent ages looking at everything, sooooo fascinating, I'm loving it!
    I'd just like to ask a question, not sure if this is the place to get a reply but here goes ..... I've noticed that some items are made by doing seperate layers over time, do these layers blend together? I would have thought that there would be a visible distinction between each layer??
    Thanks again for such an inspirational website :)

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  2. Hi Lynn...resin on resin completely bonds.....it becomes one piece. please visit the site tomorrow and I'll have a new blog post explaining this technique!

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    1. That's great, I look forward to seeing the blog post.
      Thankyou very much, it's greatly appreciated :)

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  3. These are so sweet! I always keep old cards that have graphics I like, but I haven't gotten around to using them yet. I should do this - I could make them into ornaments.

    I think I've just saved myself some Christmas shopping!

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  4. Thank you so much for choosing my images! Your pendants came out GREAT!

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  5. These are just darling! These could be used for so many things; jewelry, ornaments, gift tags and so much more! Thanks for sharing the source for the images, but where did you get the bezels?

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