Monday, August 19, 2013

Jewelry Resin Birdies

 My necklace features two birds that I made with leftover resin.
 Most of the time, when I made a batch of resin, I have a very good idea how much I will need.  Occasionally I do make a little extra and on my table I have molds and other containers I can pour this "left over" resin in to.  This little bird mold is one that I use a lot.
 My cured resin birds always looks so pretty when they are clear and transparent, but they are hard to see.  I decided to glue my birds to some Japanese paper.
 Here are three birds after I cut away the excess paper.  Now they look wonderful!  I drilled two tiny holes into the winds and attached them to a metal tree branch.
 This really is "birds on a wire."
They are now the focal point of a new necklace.

8 comments:

  1. Oh, how beautiful! I need that mold too :)

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  2. Love this, Will be looking for Molds in a hole new way now.

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  3. Oh my! I love these birds. You could sell them to me. ;-) Love the chain and the branch too. Often it is the leftovers from a project like the resin that I like better than what I did with it! Enjoy the day! Erin

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  4. I have that same mold and LOVE it!
    I've just started with the whole resin thing,and it really is rewarding.
    And your blog has been a good source of information!
    Thank you.

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    1. Do you know where I can find the mold of birds? I would greatly appreciate a respond from you. My email is iluvmysti@yahoo.com. Thank you.

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  5. wow, I love how you made the necklace with the birds. what kind of "Japanese paper" are you using? is it just the pattern or is it a special kind of paper? whatever it is it looks good! i also like the way you left the birds a matte finish instead of glossing them up.

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  6. Wow. I love these. Who makes that bird mold? Since the paper is on the back, do you coat it with anything to protect it?

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