Friday, 2 May 2014

Imagine ICE Resin and Stampendous Blog Hop

 
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Welcome back to the Stampendous Stamps, ICE Resin® and Imagine Crafts®/Tsukineko® Blog Hop! We're having so much fun combining our products for fantastic results! If you missed yesterday's post you can find it HERE. We know you'll want to try this yourself, and to make that easy we're offering a nice prize package this week! Three lucky winners will receive a package with:
• 2 - Stampendous Perfectly Clear Stamp™ sets with designs sized for jewelry or small project making
• 2 - StazOn™ permanent ink pads by Tsukineko® courtesy of Imagine Crafts® - yummy Ganache and the must-have Jet Black
• 1 - 30ml package of ICE Resin Jeweler's Grade Self-Doming resin
• 1 - pkg Suzan Lenart Kazmer Art Mechanique Silhouettes in Heart Shape
• 1 - pkg Kristen Robinson Rue Romatique bezel(s) (styles vary). WOW!! You'll be crafting some awesome jewelry in no time!

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How to Hop:

Each day we'll post the designers participating in the Blog Hop. Click on each one and check out their project. Leave a comment on their blog that lets them know you really looked at their project. We 'll draw three blogs at random from the four days, then randomly draw one commenter from each blog. You must have a U.S. mailing address to win, but we'd love for everyone to hop and comment! You can check out the Official Rules for all our contests if you have questions.

So let's get hoppin! Here's who is posting today:

Imagine Crafts

Cathy Andronicou

Sharon Morrison

Stampendous

Jennifer Dove

Kristine Reynolds

ICE Resin

Polly Hendrickson

Jen Cushman

  ***Blog Hop Hint - if you click on a link that takes you to a page saying something like, "Sorry this page cannot be found," just click on the header at the top of the blog (usually a picture, or the blog's name), and it will take you to that blog's most recent post. That post *should* be our hop. If not, you can probably scroll down a short way to find the hop post.

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Ice Resin Art Deco Bangle


Products used:
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko StazOn Ganache Inker.
Ice Resin.
Stampendous Tea Stained Fragments.
Deep Flex Resin Molds.
Mix and pour the Ice Resin doing the clear elements first and then add the Stampendous Fragments into the mold and push down gently. The remainder of the Ice Resin is then mixed with one drop of StazOn Inker to tint it.

Allow the Ice Resin to cure overnight.
Once the pieces are cured assemble using more Ice Resin as the glue to hold the embellishments onto the Ice Resin Bangle. They can be held in place using clear packing tape while they dry
 
I hope you enjoyed my quick, fun project and thank you for hopping along with us!

38 comments:

  1. Utterly jaw dropping, Sharon please exclude this comment from the prize draw

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  2. That is beautiful, Wow, very time consuming, I would have to work on my patients.

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  3. Ooh! I like how you colored the resin! Thanks for sharing this project!

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  4. This turned out awesome!
    sue in Ohio

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  5. Just stunning. Thank you for the tutorial and the inspiration.

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  6. OMG Sharon!!! This is so freakin' amazing, I would have never thought of making a resin ring, let alone with this technique. You just opened up a big crafty Pandora Box for me, looks like I need to pick up some molds this weekend!

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  7. TU 4 such a great & simple idea! It's genius!

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  8. gorgeous! such a great job! i looks so cool!

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  9. Fun project. Thanks
    for the instruction.
    Carla from Utah

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  10. Love this project! And I love the idea of tinting the resin with the reinkers! Absolutely going to try that. Have been wanting to make some bangles, but haven't got that far. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  11. very cool, I wouldn't have thought of putting the smaller pieces onto the bangle. That makes me think......

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  12. sharon you are the queen of beauties!!! lovely creative project

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  13. Really nice way to emulate some of the terrific plastic jewelry of the 40's and the super expensive acrylics that are available now!

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  14. WOW! What a stunning piece ~ it reminds me of the vintage acrylic jewelry from the 60's!! I love it ~ the color and gold flecks are beautiful.
    TFS!

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  15. Thank you so much for the wonderful feedback! Don't forget, if a bangle is too large for you, use a plain band finger ring to make your own mold and make rings for your fingers :)

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  16. It is definitely time to get some resin. Creativity overload - not enough time to get it all done, but I am definitely going to get started NOW

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  17. Very pretty. I haven't done much jewelry making in a long time but this kind of invites me back to make something. thanks for sharing.

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  18. Love your finished project, I love the colors inside the resin!!

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  19. So glamorous! It could go with almost anything...I like the Art Deco look. thank you for sharing it.

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  20. AWSOME BANGLE! Love the color and the dimension you created with in the resin! TFS!

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  21. What a gorgeous bangle and I would have never thought to use a mold for creating a bracelet. Genius. That Ice Resin is awesome stuff! Adding Fragments creates such lovely jewelry and adding the StazOn is a great tip, as well Thanks so much!.

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  22. I think this is my favourite project so far! Absolutely beautiful!

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  23. I can't believe all the things you can create with these marvelous products! This hop is so exciting, so many, many ideas...time to start planning Christmas presents!

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  24. OK--now I'm sold. Those molds are sooooo cool!

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  25. I am so excited to find this blog hop! I am definitely interested in trying these products and techniques. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. OMG! This is absolutely spectacular!! MUST get that mold and some ice resin so I can get to work on making some of these beauties! TFS!

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  27. Woah nelly!!! You make beautiful jewelry!!! And you make me feel like I might be able to make something half this awesome too!!! Talk about inspiring!!!! What an absolutely incredible project and thank you so much for sharing your talent and being a part of this wonderful affair! I am enjoying every creation and yours is going straight onto my "Must Try" list!!!

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  28. Thank you all and please continue to enjoy the hop!

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  29. Wow! Very retro inspired piece. Like the transparent versus opaque elements.

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  30. OMG! Drooling over this bracelet.

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  31. This is so cool! Love the pieces you made and how you used the fragments. Awesome idea. I am sure you will get compliments when you wear it. Thank you for sharing.

    Katie B.

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