Monday, February 15, 2010

ICE Resin Blog Hop

Today I'm taking part in a blog hop organized by the folks who produce ICE Resin. As you may recall, ICE Resin is my favorite resin product and it's the one I use in my bottle cap workshops. I thought I'd post a few images of the samples that I bring with me when I teach the workshops.

Keychain featuring vintage map and Kreinik metallic threads


Wine glass charm using found image and vintage seed beads


Pet tag featuring Kreinik metallic threads


Florida key chains I had at Atomic Holiday Bazaar


If you want more ICE Resin inspiration, don't miss the rest of the artists participating in the blog hop:

Molly Alexander http://beautifullybrokenme.blogspot.com/

Ro Bhrun http://robruhn.blogspot.com/

Karen Burns http://web.me.com/vintagefindings/Vintage_Findings/Blog/Blog.html

Keecia Frazee Deveney http://www.lemoncholys.blogspot.com/

Mary Jane Dodd -- Mary Jane http://mairedodd.blogspot.com/

Melanie Earthenwood http://earthenwood-beads.blogspot.com

Shea Fragoso http://www.whathappensnext.typepad.com/

Kerin Gale http://remnantsofolde.com/posts/

Vickie Hallmark http://fiberartglass.blogspot.com/

Jess Italia Lincoln http://www.vintaj.com/wpblog/

Jill Liles http://livngoodjewelry.blogspot.com/

Heather Powers http://www.humblebeads.blogspot.com/ and http://www.artbeadscene.blogspot.com/

Amy Purdes http://www.spritecreations.blogspot.com/

Stephanie Rubiano http://www.soigathered.typepad.com/

Lisa Sommerville http://www.lisasomerville.com


The Objects and Elements Design Team and the one and only Susan Lenart Kazmer are also taking part:

Deryn Mentock http://somethingsublime.typepad.com/

Kristen Robinson http://kristenrobinson.typepad.com/



(In the interest of full disclosure, I did not receive any compensation or free product in exchange for this post. I'm just in love with the product and am happy to sing its praises for free!)

11 comments:

Deryn Mentock said...

Love your caps...the Ice resin is so clear...perfect for this project!

kecia said...

these are great - nice job with the resin work - clear; no bubbles! love the bottle cap with the sweet doggie!

kecia

mairedodd said...

very cool - your maps are great!

Vickie Hallmark said...

Nice idea about the Kreinik threads -- I have a load of those!

Lisa Somerville said...

The resin is perfect for the bottlecaps!

Molly Alexander said...

Kim - I love your charms - how fun! The Florida key chains are my favorites - I love that atomic look. Beautiful work!

:-) Molly

ObjectsandElements said...

How fun! Don't you just love how ICE Resin is like glass once it hardens?

Thanks so much for playing along. I bet your work inspires lots of people to start drinking more beer just so they can collect the bottlecaps to make cool projects! -- Jen

Karen Burns said...

Those bottle caps are fabulous. Metallic threads look really good under the ice resin.

jennifer lorton said...

Super cute, thanks for sharing. I'm off to hop some more.

kim taylor - - - the sassy crafter said...

Wow! Thanks everyone for the comments! I'm so excited to be a part of such a creative blog hop.

And yes, Jen, I've had a few friends tell me that this is the excuse they were waiting for to start drinking more beer! ;-)

Tami B. said...

Love your funky pieces using the resin. Really wonderful.

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