We welcome back Carmi of Resin Crafts and the amazing products from Envirotex including their new jewelry clay!
The wonderful jewelry components from
This necklace is made with the Antique Copper Framed Rectangle Single Loop Pendant from Nunn Designs and some mixed Jewelry Clay from Envirotex. Just like with the Jewelry Resin, read the instruction thoroughly before you start. You'll need some disposable gloves to work the two-part clay, something I apparently don't have readily available.
I used Stampendous Tiny Alphabet to create the word JOY. I noticed after working in the beads, earring pins, Stampendous Bronze Fragments and Ultrafine Glitter that the word started to disappear so I stamped it again with black ink and made a pretty deep impression long after I had formed the clay. This means there is quite a bit of time to play with it and that's good.
So we have a hop of inspiration for you every day this week. Check in with Carmi at Resin Crafts Blog every day... even if you don't see a post from me! She will have something that will knock your socks off, trust me. There will be prizes from Laura at Stampendous for commenting each day, just stop in at the Stampendous blog for a new list of designer blogs. Here's today list.
Janelle Stollfus - that's me!
Remember to check in at Resin Crafts each day and also Stampendous Impressions blog to get new inspiration.
Stamps: Tiny Alphabet (Stampendous)
Ink: Jet Black (StazOn, Tsukinkeo)
Accessories: Bronze Glass Glitter (Stampendous), Lavendar Micro Glitter (Stampendous), pearl pigment powder (PearlEx), Rectangle pendant (Nunn Designs), earring pins ($1), antique glass beads (Mill Hill), leather cord (May Arts), copper and gold wire scraps