Tales of Adornment
Tales of Adornment will guide you through incorporating resin into your jewelry designs with stunning results. Kristen Robinson shows you, step-by-step, how to use resin in jewelry construction, providing a wide range of options and applications: from floating words to encapsulating objects, and from casting new elements to replicating sea glass. Projects are arranged in chapters that focus on using resin with pre-made bezels, handmade bezels, found objects and molds. Each piece offers vintage style and a charming story that will speak to your romantic side.
Let Tales of Adornment help you add resin to your repertoire and create your own jewelry-making story.
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24 hours 24-gauge sterling silver 5mm jump ring acrylic paint Aging reticule attach ball bead bench block bezel binder clip bracelet bronze chain Closing Jump Rings color copper craft knife craft sheet crystal cuff cure for 24 cushion pearl dowel drill bit Dyeing etching Faux Bone garnet glass chain headpins Imagery or Objects Jeweler’s reticule jeweler’s saw jewelry knot ledger paper Let the resin light blue locket loop manufacturer’s Materials Resin reticule metal stamping Mixing Resin necklace ofthe oval packing tape paint Patina Patina Metal peridot piece of 24-gauge Placing Imagery polymer clay potato pearl putty Repeat steps resin clay resin cure resin paper resin pieces reticule see page rhinestone rosary chain rosary links round round-nose pliers S-link seam binding side silk ribbon silver chain Steampunk steel wool sterling silver wire surface thread tulle twisted wire Two-Part Putty two-part resin wire-wrapped Wrapped Dangle wrapped link