Monday, May 19, 2014

#2 - Using Enamel Dots and Stencils on a Scrapbook Page

I've been seeing people making faux enamel dots for their scrapbook pages but they were using glue guns. Well, my glue gun glue is not very pretty so I thought, why not try this with ICE Resin?!

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I created clear and colored faux enamel dots with ICE Resin - here's how:
After those cured (it takes a couple days for ICE Resin to cure, about 6 hours before these can be handled), I used them to make a scrapbook page:

(yeah, I spelled "Renegade" wrong...but I fixed it on my page after I took this photo - doh!)

I also used a Stencil Girl stencil to create a fun mixed ink patterned paper background for my page. Here's how:



To Make Enamel Dots:
I hope you try to make your own faux enamel dots using ICE Resin - they cost PENNIES compared to purchased dots and it is a great way to use up any ICE Resin left after making resin paper, jewelry, or other resin projects.

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