Using ICE Resin and Vintage Book Pages to Create a Bezel

Posted on | August 5, 2016 | Comments Off on Using ICE Resin and Vintage Book Pages to Create a Bezel



As members of the Design Team, we have monthly challenges that we can use.  We design a project around a theme or idea or material.  The challenge was “Fresh Vintage” this time. As a vintage hoarder collector, this was right up my alley. I knew I wanted to create something that incorporated goodies from my stash, but I also wanted to create something that everyone would have the materials for at home.  As an artist, my collection of supplies, tools and materials is atypical.  I love to try new things so I tend to buy every tool, gadget and material at some point.  But I fully realize you may not have the same items in your craft stash. So I wanted to create something you could do without buying a lot of new things.  I shared 2 ways to make the bezels earlier this week.  They can be made simply with the pages or you can add leather covers if you choose.  And while this technique is not hard, it does take time for each step to dry so be sure to allow yourself about a week to get these done if you decide to try them.  I typically have 25 craft projects or so going at a time so I can hop from one to another.  So if dry time is needed on one project, I can go work on another. I suppose non-artists might use this time to do things like laundry, make meals, vacuum, etc. Hmmmm….I might have to try that sometime….

I would love to hear about what you are doing with ICE Resin.

Brooke Bock lives and creates with her husband and daughter in rural Pennsylvania. She shares her home and studio with 2 dogs, a cat, a few fish in ponds and tanks and a flock of chickens. She collects things old, rusty and intriguing.  She is a regular contributor to many Stampington & Company publications.

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