Saturday, September 7, 2013

7 Kids Resin and Bezel Blog Hop!!!!!

Hello,
Today 7 Kids College Fund Design Team is showing off what we can do with Resin and Spellbinders Media Mixage Bezels.  You don't have to ask me twice!  I have an addiction to Spellbinder's Media Mixage Line and Ice Resin.


Here in this piece I added interest by using the Medallion 1 D-Lite Die from Spellbinders


First Die cut the Medallion 1 from card stock.  Emboss with shabby white embossing powder from Stampendous.  Finally die cut again from Heart 1 to ensure a good fit within the bezel.  Decorate with pearls and bling.  Pour the final layer of resin.  Let cure for about an 1-2 hours add metal flowers and their centers and sprinkle with micro beads.  Line the edges of the heart with jute.  Let stand to finish curing.

I also have a detailed tutorial on getting started with resin.  You can visit it at Getting Started With Resin.

Now you can see more inspiration from my other team members.  Here is who else is playing along in today's blog hop.  Be sure to leave a comment on this post as well as each of my team mates and then back for a chance to Win.




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29 comments:

Paper Tails said...

So gorgeous! And oh so creative. Love them!!!!

Hugs,
Karen

Ann Marie Governale said...

So very pretty..Love these bezels..

Kelly Neis said...

I love your bezel. I am going to put my metals into one and give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration.
Hugs Kelly

Rosie said...

You girl are seriously the queen of resin and bezels!! I'm just in complete AWE!!

Marilyn said...
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Carmen M. said...

Wow you make it sound so simple.

Laila B. said...

Wow..precious work!! Thanks for sharing! ;)

Iris said...

This is beautiful.
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cathylynn said...

Oh my goodness this is fabulous! Love the use of the metals!
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

Barbara said...

I love the shabby look of these, and have wanted to do something like this myself. You have given me the motivation and encouragement. Thanks!

Jeanne Pirkl said...

Your bezels are beautiful! I can't wait to start playing with resin!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Absolutely stunning project!!!

DonnaMundinger said...

Beyond gorgeous! I'm in serious AWE! xxD

Larelle-Susanne Thoms said...

Loved these they are super gorgeous, great share, hoppin along~ Hugs Larelle-Susanne

Stampin' Monica said...

So beautiful!!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!

Penny said...

Absolutely awesome! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Tenia Nelson said...

WOW!!! Just gorgeous!! :)

Chris said...

Hi Rhea, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
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christine hamilton said...

I love how delicate and pretty they are! Thanks for the tutorial - I think you gave me the courage to give resin a try! Loved the heart with the charm,,,,,

Sandy C. said...

Pretty, pretty, pretty!!!!! I love these. They are so cool. Thanks. Sandy C.

Sandy C. said...
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Sandy C. said...

Pretty, pretty, pretty!!!!! I love these. They are so cool. Thanks. Sandy C.

Heidi Brawley said...

Very Beautiful!!

Nikki said...

Just stunning I love the little gold against all that white so kewl to look at :) hugs Nikki

Jean said...

You added such a "rich" look to your heart by the addition of the textural elements and pearls. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

Ink Stained Roni said...

Love the look of the micro beads. They really make the embossing on the die-cut pop.

Christi Conley said...

Beautiful!! It's so sparkly :)

Kelly Neis said...

Gorgeous piece Rhea, love all the things coming out of the resin, just beautiful.
Hugs Kelly

Linda Knox said...

love, love, love this. Thanks.

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