Westcott (The World's Favorite Scissors) has always been extremely generous to me. Whenever I teach a class or host an event they have provided me with more scissors and cutting supplies than you can imagine. So I was happy for the opportunity to do something to thank them.
I was asked to create a bezel (featuring their pin) which they could wear in their booth at the Craft and Hobby show in January.
Since blue is recognized as their company colour, I picked some beautiful blue Japanese paper to line the bezels with.
Then I added two items.
The silver borders are peel-offs. These already have adhesive on the back so they are easy to cut and place onto paper.
The second item I point to is a small circle of Jewelry Clay. In this project I use clay as my way of creating a 3D embellishment. I pressed the metal pin back into the clay. Now my pin is securely raised to the top of the bezel.
I poured Jewelry Resin into the bezel and added one silver hand charm. They made it to the show and I was happy to see them being worn!
Labels: Bezels and Other Components, EnviroTex Jewelry Clay, Envirotex Jewelry Resin, Westcott