Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Paris Tin - Finished for Now!


 I say the Paris tin is "finished for now" because I think I may turn it into something wearable after all.
The tin is 2 inches wide and opened 4 inches long.  I thought it might be too big for a pendant but I am sure I can make it work!


 My final layer has some glitter marker additions.  I wrote on the second layer of resin, let this dry and then pour one last layer of EasyCast.


The marker lines look like they are floating.  I hope you enjoyed this tin project!

The Paris Tin - Part One
The Paris Tin - Part Two
The Paris Tin - Part Three
The Paris Tin - Final Necklace

8 comments:

Wax Beach Artist said...

I love the marks you made on this piece, very artistic!

Terri said...

I love the writing on the resin!!! It looks like neon lights!
Hugs,

Lori Mendenhall said...

you are a woman after my own heart. this is really a nice project.

Chris said...

It's so beautiful and makes me want to go to Paris again immediately! :)

Chris said...

This looks so awesome! Nice job!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Too cool Carmi! The marker is an awesome idea. I would have thought it would smear or act weird with the resin, but I see that it doesn't. That is really neat!

Beetique said...

so cool. I want to make something like it. Hope you show the whole necklace one day

Jean said...

This is a favorite of mine! Jean!