Thursday, May 30, 2013

Adventures in ICE Resin

I've been working with ICE Resin a lot lately. I like the idea of creating custom focal pieces for my jewelry.  I colorized the metal in the top piece.
Vintage stamps were used for the background of this piece.

I offset the gear in this piece. For some reason, that makes it look like it's in motion to me.

The little fawn in this piece is resting on a background of Chinese silk.

To add a little depth, I  poured two layers of resin on this piece. The octopus is in the first layer. The gears are in the second layer.

This camera piece has a snippet of an old tintype in it.  
I'm also working on some pieces with Susan Lenart Kazmer's new bezels that are available through Spellbinders. They're beautiful and affordable, and Spellbinders has cutting dies that match the shapes. It makes cutting the background images so easy!

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