Show off your artistic nature by making and wearing stunning and unique mixed-media jewelry from found objects and resin.
|Mixed-media jewelry by Becky Nunn.|
In this free eBook
, Mixed-Media Jewelry: 5 Free Found Object, Steampunk, and Resin Jewelry Ideas, you’ll learn how to make resin jewelry, how to make molds to duplicate found objects in resin, and how to make Steampunk jewelry to complement your style.
In A look at: Resins, the Cloth Paper Scissors magazine editorial staff describes the types of resins and the best kind of resin for jewelry making.
In Mold Making with Resin and Clay, ICE Resin expert and artist Jen Cushman shows how you can make multiple versions of your favorite found objects.
In Mix and Match Jewelry, Becky Nunn describes four mixed-media jewelry techniques to try, including glass dome, bead cap, UV resin, and epoxy clay jewelry.
Got little bits of this and that that are too precious to throw away? Turn them into wearable art jewelry. In Resin Bangles: Show off Your Snippets, Heidi Boyd shows how a two-part formula like ICE Resin makes the process user friendly and fun. Simply mix up the resin and pour.
|Jen Cushman shows you how to make molds
of found objects and replicate them with resin.
Finally, Steampunk jewelry is still hot. With resin and found objects like watch parts, hardware, and jewelry findings it is also easy to make. (What is Steampunk? Think Victorian industrial science fiction, a la Jules Verne.) Jean Campbell shows you how to combine resin and Steampunk design in Chronorevelator Earrings Steampunk Style.
With Mixed-Media Jewelry: 5 Free Found Object, Steampunk, and Resin Jewelry Ideas, you’ll have all the information you need to use resin for jewelry making. So get started by downloading this eBook now!
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