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!
Such a fun idea starting with 2 of the same Art Mechanique hobnail bezels as the foundation!
You are invited to watch as ICE Resin Design Team member John Creighton Petersen shows you how to make a book become a necklace…
Are you ready to work on your art journals?
Art Mechanique™ German Glass Glitter
and get ready to rock your mixed media journal pages.
Polly Hendrickson will share some techniques.
When Susan Lenart Kazmer teaches metalsmithing techniques she draws on her 25+ years of experience from the height of your anvil to the tips and tricks that make it fun to hone your skills.
This 2012 episode of Beads Baubles and Jewels will give you an idea of her style.
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With ICE Resin you can create stunning shapes with almost every material you can think of. For this year’s Halloween costume I made some funny spiderweb earrings out of plain thread. The tutorial is easy to follow and the result is unusual. All you need is a needle and some sturdy thread, plus ICE…
Kim Williams from our ICE Resin Creative Team is able to use her ICE Resin up to an hour after mixing. She’s in Texas, so you might not have the same experience depending on where you are in the world.
Watch her technique:
Want the full directions for this necklace she made with the cute swirls in this video? Click here!
John Creighton Petersen shares how to use a bezel without solid sides by using metal tape for a quick fix for using more unique hardware and findings as bezels for you next project.
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