Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today working with Envirotex Jewelry Resin. I had just created this card focusing on the sentiment from So Suzy Stamps but felt my card needed a little "something". So off I went to create some resin pieces.
I came across this fun mold of assorted designs. So I mixed the Jewelry Resin
according to the manufacturer's instructions, then added several drops of Amber Transparent Dye
to the resin. I mixed it until a uniform color was achieved. Using the mold, I poured the resin into as many designs as possible so as not to waste any of the resin. Then I put it aside to cure approximately 1-3 days. (I find the humidity really affects my curing time.)
Once the pieces cured, I easily popped them out of the mold. I used detail scissors to remove excess resin around my designs. The crown was the perfect embellishment to finish off my card. And I was able to create the exact color I wanted. There are so many Dyes available so creating the perfect color embellishment is easy and fun.
I created a card from brown cardstock and cut pattern paper to fit.
Stamping the sentiment, I matted it with cardstock and added it to the card.
Then I adhered the resin crown to the corner.
What will you create with resin today? Let me know in the comments...
Thanks for stopping by today.
Labels: Casting Craft Dye, Envirotex Jewelry Resin, Greeting Card, Steph Ackerman