Thursday, July 18
Make an AMAZING Stamped Resin Bracelet...
by Brenda Lee Burfeind
Good day all. Brenda here again with a super easy and exciting tutorial on how to make your own bezel pieces. As most of you know I am in love with making jewelry. I make all kinds of fun things and just can't get enough of trying new ideas, especially since I've found the Amazing Casting Products. I just can't believe I've lived without this stuff for all these years.
A while back I found this awesome bracelet. I picked it up and figured eventually I'd make something... well, eventually is NOW! I've been watching my team mates use up their "spilled" resin to make some awesome things. Well, that got me to thinking...how about I spill some on purpose.
So let's get started:
First off, I mixed up my Amazing Casting Resin and poured it out on some baker's paper. I don't own a Teflon sheet and this worked just as well. You could even use the glossy side of freezer paper. Try to let it set up on a even flat surface. It created some air pockets, but that's OK - I worked around that.
See how thin it got? Perfect!
I found the thinnest area of the resin sheet and then I stamped the image
directly onto it with my StazOn® inkpad. Of course it had to be purple!!!
Using my circular punch which was exactly the size for the bezel bracelet,
I punched out random areas of the image...
... and here are all my circles.
I placed them into the bracelet with a teeny tiny bit of the Amazing Clear Cast Resin
to keep them from floating to the top because I didn't need to glue them
in place since the disks were made of Amazing Casting Resin.
I then filled the entire well with more Amazing Clear Cast Resin,
repeated for the rest, and let it set up for about 24 hours.
And here you have a perfect
What stamped image would you use
to make your own One-of-A-Kind bracelet?
Please leave a comment and leave your answer - I would love to hear what you are working on. We would love to see what you've created, so come and share with us on our Facebook page.
To check out my inspiration, I'd love for you to stop by and see me at my blog "Creativity is a State of Mind". Till next time ~ Brenda Lee Burfeind