Thursday, March 16, 2017

Art Nouveau Jewelry Design

Hi everyone, Lyn from LynzCraftz here with a somewhat surprising project! I wanted to reproduce a rather complex piece of jewelry I had just created, from resin. First off I'll share the original piece of jewelry I created...

All polymer clay & inspired by the Designer Rene' Lalique it is unfortunately rather heavy so I thought why not create one from Amazing Casting resin?
First I started with the frame...I created the frame, baked it, then I used Amazing Mold Putty to reproduce it.

Then using Amazing Casting Resin, I poured it & let it cure. I did the same steps for the faux glass section, this time using Amazing Clear Cast Resin & a bit of Alumilite Dye.

Looking good so far, right?

Using Alumilite Metallic Powder in Silver on the first one when I poured the resin, the second one I decided to paint the frame a rich yummy Bronze. I love the different finishes that can be achieved this way. The look of clear or frosted glass especially comes across so nicely. This was such a fun project I'm looking forward to the next one!

                                                    What combos could you think of?

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  1. This is unique, I understand copper is a cheap metal but I love the color!

    1. Hi Donna, the copper/bronze one is also resin but it been coated/painted with Swellegant then patinaed. I love the look of patinaed metal!