Bezel Wire and Resin Series

Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users 
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users - Finished Pendant!

12 comments:

  1. is it safe to bake Enviro Tex jewelry resin after it has hardened ?

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    1. It is heat resistant when cured, but not recommended for additional baking projects."

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  2. On part two you mentioned using paint. What type of paint did you use?

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  3. is the resin safe to use on something that is going to be touching your skin, like a ring?

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  4. What a wonderful project. I will be giving it a try!! Jenny South Africa

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  5. What a great blog. I am utterly inspired now

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  6. Where did you get your bezel wire? I'd like to make one of these with silver wire. Great blog! Thanks so much for sharing. :)

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    1. You will have to do some on-line research. I shop in many places. Right now I am at the Bead and Button show in Milwaukee and will probably purchase it from vendors in the show. I have seen some bezel wire in Hobby Lobby. Etsy sellers have it too.

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  7. Hi
    i love your blog, it's the first thing i've come across that makes sense to me. I was wondering how easy it would be to make resin finials, we have a rather dull staircase with 4 newel posts and i thought it would be good to jazz them up a bit by making finials for them, i wanted to use either flowers or minerals suspended in resin but i was n't sure if
    1. would it be durable enough to take the handling a finial takes
    2. would the screw (set into the resin as it is curing) be strong enough to hold the finial in place

    not fully understanding the techniques involved i am prepared to raid the wildflowers near me till autumn to get this right, but you have advice to give and i am a willing student. for the sake of wild flowers everywhere please advise
    Jacquie

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