Iced Enamels are the heart of our Cold Enameling Program–Medium, Relique Powders and ICE Resin® create a permanent bond of color on metal.
Artists and crafters can easily achieve the look and feel of traditional torch fired and kiln-fired enameling with these products and an array of mixed-media techniques.
New! Amethyst, Carnelian, Garnet and Torched Copper join seven other Relique Powders and are part of a unique, custom formulated, proprietary Cold Enameling system.
It’s Friday and we have something special in store for you!
Here is a sneak peak to the wonderful bracelet bezels our Creative Team made. It is ironic, because if you follow the ICE Queen Zine you know each of these incredible designers’ styles are so different, yet something serendipitous occurred on their workbenches.
Great minds think alike….
Or do they?
Check out the differences, some are quite subtle, as you hop on over to each blog. Click on the names to go to the blogs. Happy Friday!
I really love the new ivory ice enamels ,I wanted the bracelet too look like typewriter keys the white ones which are hard to find.
Iced Enamels Ivory
IceEnamel Medium with Paint Brush
Rub ons – 7 gypsies
Beads and crystals
Head pins and Jump rings
Using the Medium, apply with a small paint brush to the inside of bezels. Shake in your color of Iced Enamels I used Ivory shake out extra powder and return excess to the container of iced enamels. Using a heat gun, allow the powder to melt thoroughly. Next I added my Rub ons. Mix 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 disappear, then I poured in ICE Resin into the bezels .
When the resin has fully dried, you can then add embellishments. I added some beads and sari silk to make it pop.
If you are at the Bead and Button Show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin between now and Sunday June 9, 2013 be sure and stop by the IICE Resin Booth (901). We have the blank bezels our jewelry team created so you can make an awesome bracelet in your style –just $5.95.
ICE Resin® is at Stitches in the UK and we are so incredibly excited!
Here are just a few of the jewelry, ATC cards and mixed media samples we sent to our friends at Indigo Blu. (We can hardly wait to see wait they made!)
Covering “flitter” with ICE Resin® was a brilliant pairing. Lancashire Rose, Winter Dawn and Gin & Tonic are Jen and Carol’s faves thus far. Jen likes the shaped stamps and Carol the flowers. That is the beautiful thing about making jewelry and mixed media-something for everyone’s style and imagination.
If you are at Stitches, you can also check out the Personal Impressions booth with the Spellbinders® Media Mixáge™ Line licensed and designed by Susan Lenart Kazme™r.
ICE Resin / Susan Lenart Kazmer, LLC are please to announce our preferred partnership with E6000.
E6000 is a wonderfully versatile glue for atists and crafters, in fact, it is the designer or our new Rue Romantique line, Kristen Robinson’s favorite glue. It is the one she used when placing images in her bezels and for all her mixed media art projects.
She and Teresa Morgan from E6000 had a nice vist at the recent Craft and Hobby Association Show and Teresa showed off the new E6000 spray. It is water based, has no harsh chemicals, and won’t smell up your studio space.
You can discover more about E6000 HERE.
Elena the Traveling Princess of Charity Wings stopped by the ICE Resin booth and did a live stream with Susan Lenart Kazmer, Jen Cushman, and Kristen Robinson.
In case you missed it, CLICK HERE for the show.keep looking »