How to use a Gel Press® made print and some resin from ETI to make jewelry, is the post I have for you today.
Welcome to the ETI/Gel Press® Blog Hop. The Designers for both companies have been creating beautiful projects. Please leave a comment on EACH Blog. Tell us on the Gel Press® Blog and on the Resin Crafts Blog as to which projects you found most interesting or inspiring. One winner will be picked at random, Sunday, July 31, 2016, at 10 pm CST. The winner will get both Petite sets of Gel Press® plates and ETI Jewelry Resin! Hop now through Sunday! Winner must be 18 or over and live in the USA. Good Luck!
I made the print with a coffee filter, acrylic paints, and a stencil. Of course, I used a Gel Press® Reusable printing plate too!
I liked the details of the very center of this special print and decided to use it in the making of this bezel.
Working with resin is easier than it sounds, especially when making a small piece such as jewelry.
I highly recommend beginning your adventure into resin work with a small project like this.
Thank you for stopping by and enjoy the rest of summer with some crafting!
Here is the list of all the links to the many wonderful projects created by the talented Designers of ETI and Gel Press®:
***Remember to please leave a comment on each blog and let ETI and Gel Press know which project(s) is/are your favourite to enter the contest. Thank you.
Thanks again for stopping by!