Step 2: Pour a small amount of resin onto the paper and, wearing gloves, spread the resin across the entire piece of paper using your fingers.
Step 3: Flip the paper over and repeat step 2 on the other side to cover both sides of the paper in a thin coat of resin.
Step 4: Put a few drops of each color ICE Resin® Tints and Tim Holtz® Alcohol Ink onto your StudioSheet. Lightly dip one gloved finger into the ink.
Step 5: Make dots of ink across the resined paper, picking up more ink from the Studio Sheet as needed.
Step 6: Drag your fingers through the resin and ink to swirl the ink across the paper. Add more ink if you want to, or you can add in some inclusions like ICE Resin® Opals or Glitter.
Step 7: Leave the resin to cure. The streaks of ink will soften a bit as the resin levels and cures.
Thin papers, like the book pages I used, will be fairly translucent when fully cured. Using only just enough resin to fully sink into the paper will also leave thin papers flexible when cured. If you want the paper to be stiffer, simply use more resin.
I used strips of resin paper to cover the spine of my Dina Wakley Media Journal.