* resin miscellany

Posted on May 25th, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Resin.


Last of the resin for a while, I promise.

Bezel cups. The first one was colored with a bit of fluorescein, a dye that glows under blue light. I haven’t had a chance to test it yet.

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Weird little mold that was originally filled with Hello Kitty stickers. Blythe-scale lime jello.

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Another little guy and some tiny erasers I’ve had since I was a kid.

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Center of my paint palette filled with buttons! Not sure what to do with it.

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7 Responses to “resin miscellany”

  1. Muralimanohar Says:

    I love those buttons!I have no idea what you would do with them, either, though, lol.

  2. radha Says:

    love them! of the first row i like the second from the right a lot

  3. lisa s Says:

    totally and utterly inlove with the lime jello

  4. Colleen Says:

    My resin stuff looks so boring compared to yours! Where are you getting your Bezel cups?

  5. Jennifer Perkins Says:

    I love using painters palettes as a resin mold. The little circles around the edges are fun too. I used to make huge necklaces with the center ones. The buttons are so cute. It could be a coaster for next to your sewing machine to stick with the craft theme.

  6. Ann Says:

    As for the button one–I have a fancy sweater (thrifted) that I bought because it had buttons (about 1.5″) that look just like that–little pearl buttons embedded in resin. cool, i think.

  7. jane Says:

    Hi there
    I am fairly new to resin and thought i would use it to help raise some funds for the animals we rescue. it also is an excuse for a new fun hobby however i have found very limited dyes and nothing as interesting as yours. i love the bright colours and also the haze ones on weed whacker wire any ideas on how i can play with these ideas with the resources we have in the UK
    my email address is jane@rescued4life.co.uk if easier

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