January 05, 2014

Resin Art - with ETI Resin and David Tutera

Such an easy way to get a beautiful result!

What did I use?

Bezel settings from Bead Landing
David Tutera wedding tissue ( comes in pack of 6)
Ranger Distress Stain  fired brick
DecoArt glass markers - red and yellow
DecoArt decoupage medium
ETI resin

What you should know about ETI resin and why it's the only one I will use:

ETI stands for Environmental Technology Inc. They manufacture Envirotex Lite, EasyCast, Jewelry Resin and Envirotex Jewelry Clay.
ETI has been in business since 1969. They were the resin trailblazers, which is why you always hear “it is similar to Envirotex Lite.” They were environmentalists before it was even popular. They created the formulation for superior, clear, waterproofing that others have tried to match.

And this is how I did it...

apply DecoArt decoupage medium to surface of bezel and then place tissue on top.

press tissue and GENTLY smooth it out while trying to GENTLY coax air pockets out. Make sure you wipe away any excess decoupage medium from your bezel. Let it dry.

Tear away all excess tissue.

You are now ready to pour your resin. Follow manufacturer's instructions carefully and ALWAYS wear gloves while handling resin.


For a real expert's guidance, advice and inspiration, please check out:

  Resin Crafts Blog or Facebook Page 

...and the finished pieces


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