Monday, October 15, 2012

Lucky Coins Become Lucky Resin Filled Bezels

 Friends, this project turned out even better than planned!
 These are the vintage lucky coins I found at the antique market.  I knew they had just enough space on the back side to work in.
 Here is what I used.
1.  Paint.
2.  Glitter glue.
3. Broken jewelry.
4. Paper image sealed.
Most important:  when the glue and paint was dried I poured in Envirotex Lite resin.

 The coins are large.  One would fit on my wrist.
Now to decide if this is a necklace....these would be fabulous card and paper project embellishments too!

This post was designed, photographed and written by me.

It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.


Saturday Sequins said...

Those are fabulous!!

Pat said...

Awesome - I am always trying out/looking for things that would hold resin! Now I'll have to look for something silimar to the coins!

Hannah Adams said...

Absolutely beautiful. I love that you show how practically anything can get the magic treatment of resin :)

Deb said...

How did you seal the paper image behind the Envirotex?

Carmi said...

I use a decoupage medium to seal. Down the side of the blog are labels and there are posts called "sealing paper".