• ICE Resin® Studio Sheet
  • ICE Resin®
  • ICE Resin® Tints: Hacienda and Amethyst
  • ICE Resin® Mixing Cups and Stir Sticks
  • Silicone Hair Picks

I am always on the lookout for fun silicone molds to use with resin and clay. They give great results with minimal effort. They are a great way for beginners to start using resin and clay and offer those same great results to professional artists. Molds are available everywhere now it seems. You can buy them at craft stores (be sure to check out the cake decorating aisle) or order them online. I do both and have an extensive collection. These hair picks will make pretty spring accessories or gifts.

Step 1: Mix ICE Resin® according to instructions, and allow the indicated wait time.

Step 2: Divide ICE Resin® into two cups and add Tints a drop at a time into each cup and mix until you achieve the desired color.

Step 3: Pour ICE Resin® into molds mixing and overlapping as desired. Add ICE Resin® Opals or other inclusions to achieve a glittery look.

ICE Resin Hairpins
Step 4: Allow resin to cure recommended time. When cured, pop out of the molds and enjoy.

Brooke Bock I am Brooke Bock and I live with my amazingly supportive husband, daughter, 2 dogs, cat and flock of chickens in rural Pennsylvania. I collect things old, rusty and intriguing. I am a kindergarten teacher which I think spills over into my art in many ways. I love to create with whatever I have on hand and have been featured in many Stampington and Company titles such as Jewelry Affaire, Belle Armoire jewelry, GreenCraft, Haute Handbags, Willow and Sage and more. I am honored to be a Friend of ICE Resin. You can see more of my work on my blog as well as follow me on Facebook, my personal Pinterest, and my website Pinterest.