As you patiently, or perhaps impatiently wait for Spring to arrive, here is a lovely layered bezel technique for you to try!
ICE Resin’s creator, Susan Lenart Kazmer, has been making faux druze stones as part of her artwork for many years.
Clare Horner is going to place this faux druze in a hobnail heart dangle on tomorrow’s “Deer to My Heart” necklace, but for now you can watch to video of how to make it.
What color of German Glass Glitter will you choose?
How do you get the look of solder without a soldering gun? With Iced Enamels it is easy and Chantal Johnson from the ICE Resin Design Team is here to show you how!
Here’s a couple of ideas to jump start your creativity to use ICE Resin for all your collage projects! Join me, Susan M. Walls, as I adhere paper to re-cycled soda cans and beyond!
Another tip: Paper fibers absolutely adore resin, so if you want to seal your paper first, it will soak in less resin.
Learn how to make this Celtic themed bezel with your favorite ICE Resin® supplies, complete with an embossed metal background with layers of color on metal.
Transform your ICE Resin® bezel projects into mini accordion books that can also be added to a chain to be worn as a necklace! John Creighton Petersen will show you how.
Have you ever used a jewelers blade or tin snips to cut metal? Ever made your own rivet?
Follow along with Jen Crossley, one of our ICE Resin International Creative Team Members, and she will show you how!
Cutting with Tin Snips
Fitting a Jewelers Blade
Making Your Own Rivet
Learn how to add solder to a bezel to create a gilded focal piece.
You can even use rubber stamps to create texture.
Sweet little charms are nice to have handy for your mixed media jewelry or something even simple, like package embellishment, make book marks, tiny tree ornaments, add to cards… the list of possibilities is limited only by your imagination!keep looking »