Posted on | August 19, 2013 | 5 Comments
Salute! Jen Crossley here from Susan Lenart Kazmer’s ICE Resin Creative Team.
Nothing says French as a Fleur de Lis does. I so love the shape of this bezel I just wanted to add a small amount to it embellishment wise as the shape speaks for it self.
Bon Wee !
First, I painted the bottom of the bezel with a small amount of the cream paint and allowed it to to dry.
I mixed up equal amounts of ICE Resin part A and B stir well for 2 minutes then let it sit for 5 minutes so the air bubbles will dissipate, and then poured the resin into the bezel –a small amount.
I then cut out the word Paris, and angled it so it is part in the resin and part out.
I used the Artisan X-plorer to and Fleur de Lis die to cut a tranparency.
When the resin has set, I added the transparency and adhered it to the top with a small amount of resin to the top edge.
I added a bead accent to the back of the bezel using some more ICE Resin as a glue. Add chain and beads to finish you piece.
Susan Lenart Kazmer™ for Spellbinders® Media Mixáge™ Fleur de Lis Bezels – Silver, MB2-001S
Cream acrylic paint
Spellbinders® Artisan X-plorer™ Machine, MMM-001
Spellbinders® Media Mixáge™ Fleur de Lis Dies, MD1-011
Small paint brush