Friday, June 29, 2012

Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users - Finished Pendant!

 This is now my best resin sample ever!
This is the fifth post in a series I started Monday. 
 Yesterday I showed you how I applied a glaze layer of Jewelry Resin to the back side to cover the adhesive residue.  It worked perfectly and you can really see how my coloured resin is now showcased from the back.
 I am so happy with my collage elements and coloured resin!
The bezel wire shape is perfect!
 Now I had the fun of assembling the my art into a wearable piece of art.  To do that I gathered two strands of beads and a Fiskars hand drill.  This hand drill allowed me to carefully drill two small holes through the pendant to attach my gold jump rings.

 I am over the moon with my final necklace!!
I can't wait to wear it!


I hope you enjoyed this special one-week tutorial.
There is so much you can do with resin!  

To See How We Got To This Point
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users 
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users
- Part Two
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users
Bezel Wire and Resin - A Tutorial For Experienced Resin Users
- Part Four

One last tip.
My necklace beads came from Jesse James Beads.  Their pre-selected strands are just gorgeous and I was amazed at how well they matched my final pendant with almost no work on my part!

As we head into the long weekend (in Canada) I want to wish all my friends a happy Canada Day!

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