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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Resin Pendant Work of Art

If I didn't know better I would swear this is not resin, but I do know better. In fact it's from one of the new pendant molds. Shannon Egan with SquareEffects created this outstanding work of art.


http://www.squareeffects.com/

http://www.squareeffects.etsy.com/

http://www.cafepress.com/SquareEffects

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for the wonderful compliment! I love my new molds, and they are getting a lot of use already. I can't wait to explore even further!
    --Shannon Lea Egan, Square Effects

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  2. i was wondering if some one can help, i know nothing about making pendant but i want to encase a baby starfish can anyone start me off on where and what to buy
    thanks
    sharon

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  3. Hi Sharon, First you want to make sure the starfish is completely dry. Any moisture will make your resin cloudy. You want to turn the starfish over and fill the underside cavity with resin fist and let cure. Then fill your mold, with the starfish in it, about a third full. Let the resin cure to a gel stage and pour you second layer and so on. I have a how to booklet on my web site that tells how to do this. I also carry a starter kit that has everything you need. http://www.resinobsession.com/servlet/the-143/CASTIN%27CRAFT-CASTING-RESIN-IDEA/Detail http://www.resinobsession.com/servlet/the-7/BEGINNERS-KIT-STARTER-SET/Detail Let me know if you need any help. Thanks cindy@resinobsession.com

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