Mixing up our Media with Jewelry Resin and Clay!


We’re so embracing the Mixed Media trend here at Stampendous – We’re even attending the CREATE Mixed Media Retreat this week in Irvine, CA! Two of the media we adore playing with are Jewelry Resin and Epoxy Clay both from Environmental Technologies (ETI). Making your own jewelry and gift items using Stampendous stamps and Essentials is so much fun!

Our designers are blogging along this week with Carmi Cimicata of the Resin Craft Blog to show you how easy and fun these terrific products can be, AND we have extra to share with some lucky winners! We’ll choose random commenters from our blog and those of our designers and pick three lucky winners to try these products! Our prize package includes BOTH the clay and resin, plus a nice assortment of bezels from Nunn Designs, and, of course, some stamps and Essentials from Stampendous!

The Memorial Day weekend made me want to play with some resin and create some patriotic themed earrings. These will be so wearable through the Fourth of July at least (with Flag Day in there as well), so I’m excited about how sparkly they are! I didn’t use any stamps, but I used some of our great Essentials including – Red Glass Glitter, Royal Blue Glass Glitter, and White Mica Fragments from the Fran•táge line of Essentials.

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I poured a little resin in each space by dripping it off the mixing stick, then I put red glass glitter in that thin layer of resin. I waited about 12 hours then poured another thin layer of resin in the molds and added royal blue glass glitter to that layer. Then, after another 24 hours and a good hard set, I poured a very thin layer of resin, added white mica fragments, then filled the cabochon molds to the top with resin. These really great cabochon molds came from Resin Obsession.

I’m pretty happy with my earrings! Can’t wait until Flag Day so I can give some to everyone!

Lots of other Design Team Members are hopping today! Visit them, leave some comments and maybe win some goodies!

Resin Crafts Blog

Cyndi Bundy

Krissy Fossmeyer

Tobi Crawford

And join us tomorrow when we’ll have even MORE fun with Resin and Clay!


18 thoughts on “Mixing up our Media with Jewelry Resin and Clay!

  1. Ooooohhhh!!! A whole tray full of red, white and blue cabachons! I could make sets for my sister, my niece, mybest friend and myself and still have some left over for pendants! The glas glitter layered llike that was a really cool idea and gives them incredible dimension and depth!


  2. OH MY GOD! A M A Z I N G projects so far! I just placed an order for the bezels and resin so I can get started making these ASAP! I am in total amazement over what the designers have created so far this week! Every time I think you have reached the top you bring things to a whole new level! That is why I look forward to your blog posts and hops! So glad to be a part of such an amazing company! I think I am going to be paying your electric bill for the next few months because of all the great stuff you are introducing me to! Can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings! TFS!


    • YAY! I’m so glad we’ve inspired you, Barbara!! I’ll let Fran know the electricity is taken care of!! She’ll be very happy!! Thanks for being such a faithful follower!! -L


  3. Such amazing creations!! It is astounding to me that something like this can be handmade. Thanks for introducing me to these great products and projects!


  4. ooooh, I love the size of this glitter, and how chunky it looks. Way more colors than what the mica come in!


  5. I love the bright and bold colors on your gorgeous earrings!! The gold makes them so elegant. Had a wonderful time hopping through the DT projects, each design was unique and beautifully crafted!!


    • Katherine, They were so fun! I had an absolute blast using them and I was delighted with the different shapes. Feel free to drag the photos off our blog, or link to the blog, or use this in any way to promote your molds. Do you have a blog we could link to?


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