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Materials:

  • ICE Resin® Plunger
  • ICE Resin® Mixing Cups & Stir Sticks
  • ICE Resin® Brushes
  • ICE Resin® Studio Sheets
  • Ranger Anti-Static Pouch
  • Ranger Letter It™ Embossing Ink Pad
  • Ranger Letter It™ Acrylic Block
  • Ranger Letter It™ Stamp Sets: Celebrations
  • Ranger Embossing Powder: Super Fine Black
  • Ranger Heat It™ Craft Tool
  • Scrap Paper
  • Baby Wipes
  • Paper Towels

  •  Do Over by Debbie Tlach | www.iceresin.com

    Step 1: Working over a Studio Sheet, pounce an Anti-Static Pouch on the resin piece several times, covering the whole surface.

    Step 2: Using the Emboss It pad, stamp the word yay onto the resin piece.

     Do Over by Debbie Tlach | www.iceresin.com

    Step 3: Over a piece of scrap paper, pour embossing powder onto the stamped piece. Shake off excess & return to the jar.

    Step 4: Cure with the Craft Tool. Let cool. Wipe pouch powder off with a baby wipe & pat dry with a paper towel. (If embossing doesn’t come out the way you like, gently scratch it off & start again.)

     Do Over by Debbie Tlach | www.iceresin.com

    Step 5: Mix ICE Resin® according to instructions. Carefully brush the resin over the surface of the piece. Let cure.

    Step 6: Enjoy and have fun experimenting with more do overs.

     Do Over by Debbie Tlach | www.iceresin.com

     Do Over by Debbie Tlach | www.iceresin.com

    Variations:

  • Use a large patterned stamp & try using glittery or metallic powder
  • For major drama (and bubble hiding). Cover a section of the resin piece you want to preserve with low tack tape ( I used washi tape. Try using various widths), apply the Emboss It pad directly to the exposed (the places that have bubbles) resin. Apply embossing powder. Remove tape, emboss and apply resin.
  • Use Letter It Perfect Pearls & Perfect Medium to stamp an image. Remove pouch powder with a wet brush. Very Gently pat with paper towel to dry. Fill in any stamping gaps with a mixture of Perfect Pearls and water. Apply resin.
  • For a tiger striped look, emboss the whole surface of the piece. Let cool. Scratch away jagged, tiger like stripes from the cured embossing powder. Apply Resin.