Ice Resin is a two-part epoxy that dries clear. It claims to be jewelry grade and will last a life-time. If you have used epoxy you know it is important to get both parts, the resin and the hardener, equal. I used the 1-oz. kit with a dual plunger, which makes it easy to get the the portions equal. It also has a cap if you don't need the entire amount.
It was great fun using on dominoes!
Top left is a domino with scrapbook paper and a selection from a dictionary; top right is a domino tangled with an Identi pen; the bottom row shows scrapbook paper, computer generated script and a little embedded jewel.
Works well on polymer clay.
and on wood. The one on the left is a wood blank with scrapbook paper, the one on the right is a stamped wood disk.
My attempt at resin and transparency, obviously I need to work on this.
Resin in bezels. The ones in the center have little objects embedded, the others are scrapbook paper.
Phone sleeve with a domino covered with fabric and resin.
What will I do with these little beauties? I have no idea, suggestions are welcomed.
This is what I have been doing in the studio these past few weeks.