Monday, 10 August 2015

ETI Jewelry with Rubber Dance

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new tutorial made for ETI (and for my lovely Rubber Dance company too).
This time I decided to make a bag chain/key chain/whatever chain and to combine resin charm with metal frame charm - all in one.
So here we go !
1. Pick a nice stamp that is around 2*2'' size and stamp it over the special, good stamping cardstock with Staz-On ink.  I used this Rubber Dance One penny post stamp from Collage Mix set as this was just a perfect size for my charm.

2. Now pick  background stamp that you can cut , as only the small piece of it will be seen. I used Music notes Rubber Dance background for this side of the charm.
Flap the stamped image and stamp exactly over it on the backside of your cardstock with the same ink

3. Cut the image to fit the 2*2'' acrylic piece we are going to use as our charm base.

And this is how it looks from the other side.Both sides are inked with a mix of distress Ranger inks.

4. And now for ETI STEPS: Glue the stamped piece over the acrylic fragment  a small portion of Easy Cast Resin and let it dry.Insert the fragment into the metal frame as shown.
 Cover both stamped sides (also just one side is seen here) with ETI Ultra- seal multi purpose sealer.
Let one side to be dry and then cover the second one and let it dry.

5. Mix  Easy Cast Resin according to manufacturer instructions and add a bit of Amber transparent Dye  into the mixed resin. Glue one  empty metal frame over the frame with the stamped image to make a kind of a small shadow box.
Add whatever you want into the metal frame (I picked a small glass  bottle, a sticker word Hope and a small metal key). Cover it with your amber resin mix and let it dry for a few hours.
Fill the heart mold with the rest of your amber resin and let it dry for overnight,

6.This is how the resin heart looks when it's dry and the charm open side. Cover the back side (the one with a Penny  post stamp image) with a thin layer of Easy Cast Resin (this part is not shown on  photos ) and  let it dry. Make a hole with your hole punch in resin heart (pretty easy if your heart is not very thick).

7.Arrange your charms on a  ball chain and enjoy it as a key chain/bag chain or "whatever you need it for "

And this is the other side of your metal charm.


Becca Cruger said...

This is beautiful! I especially love the bright orange paint on that metal. Super pretty!

Bibi Lindahl said...

What a lovely project to make for oneself or a friend. It looks really cool, Irit! Thank you so much for using my stamps - they sure look great on both sides of your charm.

Susanne Rose said...

Owwww I love this Irit!!!

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