Hello everyone! Today, I have a post up on the ICE Resin® blog.
I love how all three of the projects turned out so I am excited for this post to be live. In the tutorial I share with you how to use Ranger Liquid Pearls, Tints, ICED Enamels®, and Glitter to create Liquid Pearl Paint Skins. Once the paint skins are dry they can be removed from the studio sheets. You can use the bezel template to trace and cut a piece of the paint skin to fit perfectly into the bezels. Top with ICE Resin® and create some beautiful jewelry.
I have a step-by-step tutorial with lots of pictures on the ICE Resin® blog. If you would like to see the tutorial you can click HERE to visit the ICE Resin® blog. I encourage you to give this technique a try--it is even one that beginners can do.
If you have any questions or comments please leave them below. Thank you for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful day and get a chance to create something beautiful!
Hugs & Smiles,
ICE Resin® Milan Bezels: Antique Silver, Large Rectangle
ICE Resin® Milan Bezels: Antique Silver, Medium Rectangle
ICE Resin® Milan Bezels: Antique Silver, Small Square
ICE Resin® Mixing Cups and Stir Sticks
ICE Resin® Milan Bezel Template
ICE Resin® Squeegee
ICE Resin® Studio Sheets
ICE Resin® Paper Sealer
ICE Resin® ICED Enamels: Enamel Medium
ICE Enamels® Relique Powders: Turquoise, Chartreuse, Ivory
ICE Resin® German Glass Glitter Shards, Ocean
ICE Resin® Tints: Turquoise, Emerald
ICE Resin® Opals, Crystal Opal
ICE Enamels® Relique Powder, Glitz Silver
Ranger© Liquid Pearls™ White Opal
Ranger© Glossy Accents
Small Plastic Spoon
Silver Jump Rings
Silver French Hooks
Silver Lobster Clasp
Silver Ball End Head Pins
Silver Peacock Rhinestone Chain
Glass Beads, Silver Bead Caps, Silver Spacer Beads
Silver 20 Ga Wire
Round Nose Pliers
Bent Nose Pliers