Thursday, February 7, 2013

Fun With Ice Resin


Hello my dear friends,
while the Ice Resin was drying I played around with the solder and above is the result.The charm could be a necklace or adorn a journal - not quite sure yet:) Just love the texture on the house.


And here is my finished piece - thank you,Thespa.  Now I just have to practice the wire wrapping.

Linking up with Thespa @ Vintiquitiesworkshop for the first Ice Resin Linky Party and hope to see you there:)


Wishing you all a wonderful upcoming weekend and as always thank you so much for stopping by and for all your lovely comments.

Hugs and love,




23 comments:

Bente said...

So very beautiful. Love both of them.

Have a creative day.

Hugs from me

June Macfarlane said...

Simply stunning as always Marie, I am so glad i found you again. I just restarted Dezinaworld as a new blog and its good to be back. Hope you are well my friend.
Sending hugs
June x
ps, adding to follow again :)

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh Marie these pieces are both so very gorgeous. I especially love the first one with the wide border.
Is that what you call textured soldering?
Oh yes I can see that on front of a journal for sure.
You are so gifted with these pieces Marie.
Sending love and hugs and looking forward to seeing the wrapping now!
Suzy x

*Mieke*Petitevictorianrose*and*PastTimeChildhood said...

Dear Marie, both pieces are absolute gorgeous, you did a great job :)
Have a wunderful weekend !

Hugs Mieke xxx

morkaren said...

Skønne genbrugs smykker. knus morkaren.

Ira Huberts said...

All of your charms are positively charming dear Marie, these are so beautiful... Hugs, Ira
irascreacorner.blogspot.nl

Rhonda said...

Oh, do I love these and I will be forever in awe of your magically creations. xoxoxoxo

Dorthe said...

Hello again today, dear Marie,
Even I admired those lovelies on the phone, I will once more tell you, that they are so gorgeous ,both.
Your house is so very wonderful, and the necklace a beauty in metal, white and black, you made two stunning pieces.
Hugs and xx
from Dorthe

Ann said...

both are so beautiful!!

Becs said...

That is beautiful. I have ice resin but not tried it yet. Becs

Thespa said...

Your necklace turned out so beautifully. It's so cool to get to see your finished piece. Thanks for linking up! Hugs!

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

YOU are our "Ice Resin and Soldering" Queen, Marie!!!
The first one is very special.

I don't know that I could be trusted with a soldering iron - maybe I would end up soldering my fingers together!!!

On a journal I made for my daughter many years ago, it had a little locket on the front. I glued an image inside and then poured Pratliglo (a 2 pot resin and hardener, combined to make a high gloss coating) over it.
The result was wonderful. The only issue was, that once mixed it had to be used in 2-3 minutes…. Do you know if this is similar to ice resin?

Have a wonderful relaxing weekend Marie!
hugs and love
Shane ♥

Cristina said...

Hermoso post!
Abrazos infinitos, buen fin de semana!

Kadee Willow said...

Hi,Marie! The textured piece is just lovely! I've only tried this once and am taking another class to get more confidence/experience so that I can do this on my own. And the necklace would make a beautiful addition to anyone's accessories.

Robin said...

Beautiful pieces Marie!

Hugs,
Robin

Gaby Bee said...

Both pieces are absolutely gorgeous, Marie. Love especially the second one!

Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs,
Gaby

lynne said...

I never expected you to improve on your soldering but this, the texture is remarkable.
Resin looks such fun (although I did wonder if it is a complex process to activate the resin).
Wishes
Lynne

Katherine Wolak said...

Oh Marie, this looks lovely indeed!!!! You have such a flair for these things! :)

Hugs,

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

They both turned out just fabulous, my dear Marie! The texture on the house shape is really great.
The shopping bag you made for your Mom is beautiful as well. She'll be excited to receive it.
Happy Sunday to you!
Big hugs,
Julia

Martina2801 said...

Both pieces are absolutely stunning, dear Marie! Unique and beautiful!

Have a nice sunday my friend!
Hugs MARTINA oxo

Auntie Cake said...

Visiting from the Fabulous Thespa. I love your pieces. Enjoy!
Kate

Lululiz said...

Those two pieces are absolutely gorgeous, Marie, and they would look stunning made into necklaces. Having said that, the first one would make a wonderful focal point for a journal cover. Dang, girl, you are brilliant.

Lynn Stevens said...

Wish I had heard about this sooner. Next Friday I guess. Awesome pieces Marie!
hugs Lynn

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