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ICE Resin®in Bezels Workshop

Jul 31, 2014

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I am so happy to let you know that I am a Certified Instructor for ICE Resin®, which is just one of the perks of being on the 2014 ICE Resin® Creative Team.  I will be teaching the following workshop with details below:

I know I’ve talked about it a lot before, but have you heard of ICE Resin®? It’s a fantastic Jeweler’s Grade resin created by Internationally- known designer Susan Lenart Kazmer. It is fabulous to work with as it is self-leveling, self- healing, naturally doming and it dries to a crystal clear, glass-like finish in 8-12 hours with no heat necessary! It will not fade, yellow, or become brittle if properly cared for. Come join me in making 3 bezel necklaces filled with a mini-collage that you design. This collage will include charms, words, glitter, ephemera papers or really anything else you’d like to include. Students will learn how to mix ICE Resin, create the collages and fill the bezels with the resin. We will also learn to make a fabric chain for the necklaces using Silk Ribbon, Lace, or other materials in addition to handmade wire clasps. You are free to use your imagination completely, so I hope you’ll come for this fun and exciting workshop! Cost: $90.00, with lunch included.  Reserve your spot now, as seating is limited!

LOCATION:  Craft Fusion, 2986 N Alma School Suite 4, Chandler, AZ 85224.
Call 480-821-3758 and Charmaine will sign you up.
Materials Provided:
ICE Resin®, mixing cups, and stir sticks
3 Bezels, in various shapes and sizes
Silk Ribbon
Wire, in 18 and 20 gauge for wrapping beads and charms as well as fabric and clasps
White Glue and Paper Sealer
Plates to use to carry your projects home with you
Baby Wipes (for clean up!)
Disposable Paint Brushes
Students should bring:
Ephemera paper, pages from a book, pictures from a magazine
Ribbon, Lace or fabric
Glitter
Sharpie Marker and Pencils
Scissors/X-Acto Knife

Students should bring:
Ephemera paper, pages from a book, pictures from a magazine
Ribbon, Lace or fabric
Glitter
Sharpie Marker and Pencils
Scissors/X-Acto Knife
Beads, Charms, or any found objects like buttons or tags you’d like to include in your mini-collage
Chain Nose and Round Nose Pliers, if you have them
Non-Stick Craft Mat or Garbage Bags
Wire snips