Saturday, December 03, 2011

Resin Week Wrap Up and Crafty Links

I had such a productive week working for Resin Crafts Blog!
I did a series focused on getting text to float in resin.  These were the samples.
1.  Book text in resin.
2.  Rub-ons in resin.
3.  Peel offs in resin.
4.  Clear labels in resin.
5.  Ink and markers in resin.


My Crafty blogger friends were busy too!  Here are my links!

Share your homemade gift stories, whether they are good, bad, or ugly! You can also read other people's stories.
Aileen offers you a blinged out Dollar store ornament transformation!
It's hectic around the holidaze, don't forget to take a moment to enjoy and exhale. Zuzu's Petals.
Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at our crafty world
This week at Craftside we have our Fabulous Book and Yarn Holiday Giveaway-enter 3 ways to get yourself in the running for 10 books and a basket of goodies! There is also a free knit stocking pattern with monograms, a whole bunch of cool gift topper tutorials, how to embellish antique gift tins and a recipe for Asian turkey and rice soup.  
Crafty Princess Diaries
Tammy gives you some tips for finding fun and yarn friendly project bags. 
Eileen - The Artful Crafter
Do you craft for profit or would you like to? Here are some tips for reaching your target market. 
Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter
Need a craftacular gift for the holiday season? Fret not, Madge has got you covered! 
Handmade decorations and ornaments help to make the season bright!  
Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
See how to make a recycled die cut sweater Christmas tree.


4 comments :

MarissaDW said...

Love these bottlecap resin. It figures...it's blue. Of course what's not to like.

Hope we can do resin playday with you...soon!

Katie Flowerpens said...

That is pretty impressive. How hard is it to turn the battle cap end upside down? Or do you just use the inside of it?

Carmi said...

Hi Katie, I use the bottle caps "as is." I have used a mallet to squash them flat....but then the bezel is not as deep.

Katie Flowerpens said...

Thanks for the info! :-D