Thursday, October 20, 2016

Eye See You Halloween Resin Pendant!

 Recently I was asked if I wanted to participate in a blog hop challenge using resin and putty by Amazing Casting Products. I have worked with this company in the past and love their products! So I 'jumped' at the chance to have some fun!

The theme for this blog hop is:
 " The Great Mold Putty Scavenger Hunt! 
 What amazing things can you discover to mold and transform into your art using resin?"

 At the end of this post you will fin a link that will take you to the rest of the designers involved in this treasure hunt and give you the chance to win a a resin/mold crafting kit!

OK, ready to get started?

 All the designers received the exact same items to craft with.
I chose to make a pendant that I will wear with my gypsy costume for Halloween.

 I gathered my materials. Something to make the mold shape....a vintage tart tin. some chain with bezels attached, assorted sized google eyes and a nonstick mat or wax paper.

 The putty comes in two parts. White and yellow. I gathered equal parts of each and mixed the two together until it was a uniform light yellow color. Then I formed the shape and pressed the tin in. I quickly pressed the edges around the tins edges. The putty sets quickly, in less than 15 minutes. 

 Then I popped out the tin to reveal my decorative mold!
Following the instructions on the box and measuring cups, I carefully measured equal parts of the part "A" and part "B" resins, then combined the two and mixed thoroughly with a popsicle stick.
I poured a bit of the mixed resin into the mold and arranged a few of the eyes. I waited about 5 minutes then added the rest of the eyes and filled the mold to the brim with resin.

 I placed my filled mold on a flat surface overnight. By morning I was able to pop out my cured piece!
I painted the back of the pendant with glow-in-the-dark nail polish and used e-6000 to glue the bezels in place. All set to wear on Halloween night!


 Excited to see more? Visit the rest of the designers here and enter to win your own crafting kit.
Good luck!





19 comments:

Steph Ackerman said...

I love it!

LynzCraftz said...

What a great way to use wiggle eyes!

Tammy Santana said...

So unique!!

Maria Soto said...

what a fun project

Moongirl said...

I love the eyeballs!

kristie said...

Adorably creepy! Eye like it! I'm visiting from the ACP team. Happy creating!

Sue LD said...

Clever and creepy--perfect for Halloween.

Katie Lamb said...

Love it and great for Halloween

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Thanks!

buzyredhead said...

I could see myself making and wearing something like that on Halloween.

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

I know, they are so fun!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Thanks!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

And easy!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Thanks!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Thanks!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

It will be perfect for my gypsy costume!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Fun to make too!

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

Easy and addicting to make!

Terry Ricioli said...

Such a fun project!

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