ICE Resin makes thin paper translucent, durable enough for jewelry yet you can still tear it! Just imagine the art journal possibilities. In this video you will see Jennifer Cabic show you how to add resin to paper and how to place eyelets in resined paper for any mixed media art project you feel inspired to create! ICE Resin makes thin paper translucent, durable enough for jewelry yet you can still tear it! Just imagine the art journal possibilities. In this video you will see Jennifer Cabic show you how to add resin to paper and how to place eyelets in resined paper for any mixed media art project you feel inspired to create! Are you ready for your paper to “resinate”? We have Belle Dames, and two glossy paper packs. You can find them here. In addition to Silver, our German Glass Glitter comes in 5 more colors: Amethyst, Sky Blue, Chartreuse, Chocolate, and Salmon.
To make pretty jewellery with my crochet hook I have been looking for the perfect product to stiffen my yarn. ICE Resin can do the job!
I turned a crocheted flower into a piece of jewellery in no time just by adding ICE Resin.
Tip!! Like paper, the yarn will become slightly translucent if resinated. But as you can prepare your paper before resinating, you also can prepare yarn: Use some good old laundry starch in a high concentration on the yarn and let dry before you put your resin on. The yarn won’t soak the resin and won’t become translucent.
Materials you will need:
Cotton yarn: any crochet flower pattern you like
Imagine Crafts / Tsukineko ‘All Purpose Ink’
German Glass Glitter by Art Mechanique
Jump Rings and Extra Long Brass Chain from Art Mechanique by Susan Lenart Kazmer
optional: Craft mat by Imagine Crafts / Tsukineko
Clare Horner uses acrylic paint from Indigo Blu (one of ICE Resin’s preferred partners) to cover the black patina on a Rou Romantique heart bezel to blue in this technique video.
What piece of jewelry or mixed media does this paint patina technique inspire you to create?
In this Iced Enamels technique video, John Creighton Petersen will show you his method for adding ICE Resin to the back and sides of a bezel.
This is what Amethyst and Torched Copper Reliques look like before they are melted and set with ICE Resin in our Cold Enameling process.
Do you embellish the back of your bezels?
Dive in as Tatiana Allen makes a blue ocean with some paint, a found object, ICE Resin, Shattered Micas: Silver and Chartreuse, and Shattered Fire Opal!
Want to see what she created with her ocean? Check out her August 13, 2015 project: Moving Forward.
Jamie Dougherty shares how you can include feather with ICE Resin® to create an organic touch in your jewelry.
Tip: Paint a little bit of ICE Resin on the front and back of the feather so as not to create air bubbles.
Jamie liked the organic look of her piece.
What color combinations of Relique Powders and feathers would you choose?
Looking for some quick, simple bezels to compliment your Art Mechanique hobnail or Rue Romantique bezel collection? These quick and easy bezels are made of copper pipe from the hardware store and shell casings from bullets.
Jennifer Cabic shows you how to make ‘em!
Have you ever used ICE Resin to make a flat button beveled?
Candy Rosenberg shares how in this video!
Gather your supplies:
ICE Resin® Plunger
Cup with a Stir Stick
Heart Bezel & Wire
Belles Dames Francaise paper
Transparent Ribbons & Glitter
Art Mechanique Sealer
Tools: Round Nose Pliers
Scissors & a Wire Cutter
Instructions for wire wrapped attachment:
When rhinestones sink into ICE Resin they will loose some of their lustre. The German Glass Glitter keeps the sparkle and reflects every sun ray perfectly fine, even when covered with resin. Check Baerbel Born’s video for the amazing glitter effect.
What color is your favorite?
What colors would it please your eye to mix?
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