Use the firm but tacky stage of ICE Resin to add layers within bezels.

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Use ICE Resin to add sand to a glass bottle

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. has traveled from American TV to our ‘Zine and will be on the Big Screen

ICE Resin® Summer Movie Blockbuster Theme Pendant

The sunny skies and blue waters of Venice are the backdrop for this thrilling necklace.

Wood cuts under ICE Resin come together perfectly in this bejeweled homage to The Man from U.N.C.L.E. by Heather Widener.

Watch her make it:

 

Nix Bubbles – Humid Summers or Wet Winters

Wet winters and humid summers………….
Bubbles can be caused by a variety of factors including humidity and mixing.
When you mix the Part A Resin with the Part B hardener be sure to mix it slowly, folding the parts together and scraping the sides. 
Air bubbles can be caused when you use a sealant on an object or a piece of paper but do not allow the sealer to dry long enough. A bezel or found object can have surface humidity on it from the climate of the room you are working in. You can use a blow dryer on bare metal for about 20 seconds first to eliminate this kind of humidity.
ICE Resin plungers and bottle caps are airtight and as long as they are screwed on completely, will not allow humidity into the container. When working with the bottles, be sure to replace the red tops onto the nozzles to keep it airtight as you store it. 

Lord of the Rings inspired staff with a lit up ICE Resin crystal

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The written instructions for this staff live HERE.

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