Resin: 3rd Batch
The whole shebang from batch 3 (and a few from my first two batches)
One of Andrew’s old Magic cards. The picture was great, but the description was even better, so I combined them into one piece, front and back.
A wearable piece of resin.
(From left to right): 1. Andrew, Larry, and I all dressed up for a gala. This has been made into a key fob for Larrby. 2. One of my favorite flower pictures I’ve ever taken (however, it’s a bit messed up with black resin at the top – so far, I’ve tried two of these and neither has worked out as well as I wanted). 3. Picture of Andrew and I at Oak Island in the first year of our relationship (just us, a tripod, and a beautiful sunset). 4. My maternal grandfather, Ivan Ireland, in his military uniform (I’ve always loved this picture and it works out very well as a pendant). 5. Glow in the dark pendant, containing a snowflake. 6. Same pendant in the dark and glowing.
A glow in the dark coaster (I had resin left over). I put some of those flat aquarium marbles inside. However, the GitD stuff doesn’t mix too well, so it comes out much grainier than the non GitD pieces.
1. A well done jump ring, turning a resin piece into a necklace. 2. A side view showing the dome effect. 3. A close up of my mistake (yes, I must learn patience when adding the black resin – if the previous layer isn’t quite cured, it will bleed).