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Iced Enamels in wet resin for a unique look

Hello gorgeous daydreamers! Today I’m going to be showing you how to melt your Iced Enamels™ Relique powders in wet ICE Resin® to create really fun, textural looks in your finished pieces. I really love this technique myself, and use it often in a variety of...

Heat Patina Imagery on Copper Sheet

Mixed Media Artist A. Marie from the 2016 Design Team has a great video today on how to create rubber stamped images on thin copper sheeting with heat patina. The cool part about her video is that for those of you who might be a tad fearful about using a torch, she...

Have you tried…doodling

  Have you tried doodling right on to cured ICE Resin? Yep, works like a charm. It’s also a fun and artsy way to add a personal word or image to your charms and resin pendants. Did you know that Dyan Reavely’s Dylusion Paint Pens by Ranger Ink work...

Mixing Tints and Iced Enamels

  Chantal Johnson back again on the ICE Resin® blog to give you some instruction on how to use Iced EnamelsTM along with the ICE Resin® Tints to create unique and colorful jewelry. Hopefully you saw my post from yesterday where I explain my inspiration for this...

ICE Tints and Iced Enamels

Hello ICE Resin® Fans!  Heidi Blankenship, here.  Today, I have a technique to share with you using ICE Resin®, and some of the NEW ICE Resin® Tints.  The new tints are available in six different colors.  For my project I will be using four of the new tints.  I love...