Thursday, March 23

#Cre8time Jewels... AMAZING Art Nouveau Jewelry by Lyn Gill

Hi everyone! Lyn from LynzCraftz here with a somewhat surprising project today... jewelry! I wanted to reproduce a rather complex piece of jewelry I had just created – but this time using only resin. 

First off I'll share the original piece of jewelry I created...

Created all from polymer clay and inspired by the Designer René Lalique is unfortunately rather heavy – so I thought why not create one from Amazing Casting Resin?

First I started with the frame – I created the frame in polymer clay, baked it, then used Amazing Mold Putty to create a mold so I can reproduce in either polymer or resin {or even chocolate}. CLICK HERE to view how quick and easy moldmaking is using Amazing Mold Putty.

Then I prepared a batch of Amazing Casting Resin, poured it and let it cure {CLICK HERE to view mixing and preparation}. 

I repeated the same steps in creating a mold for the faux glass section, and this time using Amazing Clear Cast Resin with a bit of Alumilite Dye swirled in.

Looking good so far, right?

Now I can change it up. This pendant frame uses Alumilite Metallic Powder in Silver brushed into the mold before I poured Amazing Casting Resin.

For this one I decided to paint the frame a rich yummy Bronze. I love the different finishes that can be achieved this way. The look of clear or frosted glass especially comes across so nicely. This was such a fun project... I'm looking forward to the next one!

What combos could you think of?

Well that's it for today – thank you so much for stopping by... 
Till Next Time! Lyn

As usual, you can find more of my work on my blog LynzCraftz
or on YouTube LynzCraftz, or my Facebook page LynzCraftz.

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Wednesday, March 22

Captured Love!!! #Cre8time Jewels by Maria Soto

Hi there! Maria here today with a little something I wanted to share... my take on a "Beauty & The Beast" love project. I put together a couple of tiny and very pretty pendants... the rose reminds me of the "Rose" from Beauty and the Beast.


I went shopping for some coloring pens at Michael's one day and took a look at their clearance section. I noticed some little glass dome charms and thought, why not, so I got the three packs they had left. Not sure what I would do with these but figured they would come in handy one day.

I had some tiny flowers and hearts I had cast previously with some leftover resin from another project I was working on, and they were the perfect size to fit in this little "cloches" {name marked on the package}. 

I mixed a very small batch of Amazing Clear Cast Resin and added some of the Alumilite blue dye. I placed a very tiny amount onto the metal part of the jewelry component – using the resin as a glue to hold the tiny heart and the glass dome.

For the tiny rose, I used Mod Podge Dimensional Magic in glitter as a glue too. I also added some clear rhinestones to both pieces. 

A very simple project – once the resin and the dimensional magic cured, all I had to do was add a chain and these lovely domed pieces are ready to wear.

I hoped I have inspired you to create something new using extra pieces you have leftover from old projects. Please share your creations with us by leaving a comment below or on social media.

What would you create using
these Amazing products? 

Thanks for visiting! I invite you to stop over to my blog, "What is Creativity"
 at to see more of my creations. ~ Maria Soto

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Monday, March 20

#Cre8time Paint Play with Make it Artsy... Episode 113 Paint Techniques

Hello Amazing Crafters!! Have you heard about Make It Artsy?? It's the TV show for makers and crafters – featuring tips, techniques and projects for makers, crafters and artists.. and Series 200 is coming soon!!

It's time for a new episode of Make It Artsy!

CLICK HERE to view this week's episode

Get out those paints and brushes and let's paint! Collage artist Rebekah Meier uses custom-cut stencils, masking tape and paints to create a cool canvas. Dina Wakley uses thick and thin paint methods to make an artistic journal page. Host Julie Fei Fan Balzer works with additive and reductive mono-printing techniques. In the tip, Seth Apter shares innovative embossing ideas.
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Make It Artsy launched on September 29th on Public Television stations across the country! Look for it on your local PBS channel – the second series has been filmed and will be coming soon. If you can't find it on your local programming, you can view this episode, Series 100, Episode 113 - Paint Techniques online from March 17th to March 31st.

Make It Artsy is a series that celebrates that maker spirit in everyone. From mixed-media to metalsmithing, using tools from saws to sewing machines, today's most creative "makers" join host Julie Fei Fan Balzer to unleash a new look for crafting with a touch of industrial style. Stay tuned as series 200 is coming right around the corner!

Amazing Casting Products by Alumilite Corp. is proud to be one of these fabulous group of companies partnering with Make it Artsy. Stay tuned for Series 200 episodes with projects featuring some of our AMAZING products! Don't worry... we'll be sharing each new episode right here as they become available so you can tune in.

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