On the ETI Resin Crafts blog I have this really cool canvas to show you. I love how versatile resin is! Please check it out here – http://resincrafts.blogspot.ca/2015/05/resin-mixed-media-canvas.html Continue reading Painting with Resin: Wish Canvas
This was so much fun and so easy to do.I picked up some blank compacts a little while ago and thought I would be decoupaging them or pouring resin in the bezel. I was working with EnviroTex Jewelry Clay, blending colors and experimenting, when I decided to put make a personalized compact with jewelry clay. … Continue reading Personalized Compact with Jewelry Clay
I started an art journal several years ago and did a really good job making it; I used my best watercolour papers, ribbons, tape, etc… and only filled half of it. I am now committed to finish this art journal so I may create a new one. Today I am sharing with you a 2 page layout I … Continue reading Inked and Stamped Art Journal Page
On the Resin Crafts blog I have a great project involving a larger pour and imbedding items. You can create wall art or if you pour less, a very pretty bookplate. Please click HERE to get all the details. Continue reading Creating a Resin Bookplate or Wall Art
Today on the ETI Resin Crafts blog I have this wonderful project made from silver spoons I bought at the thrift store. Click HERE to read all about it. Continue reading Upcycled Antique Spoon Hooks
Perfect for this time of year, I grabbed some plain wood coasters ( $1.50 from JYSK) and turned them into festive coasters. Using Ann Butler Designs newest background stamps I was able to transform the plain wood in no time at all! Supplies Used:ColorBox® Ann Butler Background Basics quilt-themed stamps ColorBox® Crafters’ Ink, NightColorBox® Ann … Continue reading Stamped Resin Holiday Coasters
I picked up a few of these wonderful wood plaques from the dollar store. I mixed up resin for another project and didn’t need all of it, so I immediately grabbed this wood canvas and mixed the resin with pigments. In some areas I poured it thicker. I poured it directly onto the wood and … Continue reading Painting with Resin – Quickie Canvas!