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…
Are you still holding onto staple bezels and not sure what to do? Polly Hendrickson from the ICE Resin Creative Team shows you just how simple it is to make a focal for a necklace with these unique bezels.
There are still some in stock:
Here’s a blast from the past using an almond staple bezel: Carol La Valley and Jen Cushman made it a few years back. IT’s called EYE in the SKY.
Kinda Halloweenish don’t you think?
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.
Are you ready to pour some ICE Resin?
Tatiana Allen shares a quick technique using stamps with our jeweler’s grade Molding Putty.
Are you ready to follow along?
How will you embellish your molds?
Cold enameling just got more fun!
Grab some 20 gauge wire fibers and your Iced Enamels and follow along with ICE Resin Creative Team member Jennifer Cabic as she walks you through making colorful headpins.
Crochet with Resin by Baerbel Born
Using Fabric in a Bezel by Thespa McLaughlin 2012 Creative Team
Shabby Chic Cuff by Kathy Thompson 2011 Creative Team
Ribbon or lace, vintage fabric or new? Are you going to try a new technique?
With the technique Ice Prince John Creighton Petersen showed us in an earlier video I created a bottle label with a domed effect.
I added a small modification to the technique to make it work with the lightweight pieces I want to resinate and I needed to make them stay in place during the process.
P.S. Click here to watch John’s video.
Did you know you can use a stamp on metal with Susan Lenart Kazmer’s cold enameling system?
Tatiana Allen will how you how.
Don’t forget that in order to make a permanent cold enameling fusion, you need a layer of ICE Resin on the top of the Relique Powder pattern you have added to the silhouette.
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 / Tsukinekokeep looking »