Monday, July 8, 2013

Resin Samples Give-a-way! (OVER)

Over the years I have purchased so many pieces of jewelry highlighting the use of resin.
These three pieces I purchased at the Toronto One of A Kind show.  I wish I had the artist names.  
These inspired samples are taking up a lot of space and someone needs to start wearing and enjoying them.
So would you like to win one of these samples?  I am giving them away to any blog reader who posts a nice comment on this page.  
No anonymous comments please.  I will need to reach you if you win!
Winner to be selected on Friday July 12 by noon.
GIVE A WAY OVER

This post was designed, photographed and written by me.

It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.

50 comments:

Susan Ayers said...

I love all the examples you have posted... gives me so many ideas!

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Jessica Scott said...

I look forward to reading and seeing all the ideas you have. This page is what got me started in resin!!!

Irene Lenihan said...

I love looking at samples. They often inspire me in ways that the would not have occurred to me otherwise.

Kathy Lindemer said...

I have been following your blog and trying to build the courage to actually try to make a resin focal. I am in the process of gathering my supplies and going back through your blogs. I would love to win one of your pieces. It would help push me into creating one of my own. Keep blogging!

LeopardQueen said...

You and I have very different inspirations. You always provide me with "the other side" of any design I'm contemplating. Thank you for all of your wonderfully creative ideas.

Karin Farley-Martinez said...

I am always amazed at how you constantly come up with new ideas....every day!

AngieBrumley said...

Love these samples. I really like your site and learning more uses for resin.

Lucy Ladham-Dyment said...

Wonderful give away. I would love to win a pieces. Thanks for sharing.

JoyfulMuse said...

Thanks for walking us through your many beautiful designs. I've actually tried quite a few thanks to your easy instructions.

Nicole B said...

You have one of the best resin blogs ever! I always love the colors that you use, you give me good ideas all the time....

Von said...

Your blog is a great inspiration to a novice like me :)
Von ♥

Solo Country said...

Tengo mucha resina que quedo conmigo cuando termine de enseñar en un colegio. No se si aqui se animen a enviarme el premio.... o lo pueden enviar a Boca Raton... por lo demas quiero usar esa resina, para que no se malogre.... estoy viendo cosas muy interesantes, me encantaria poner en practica todo...asi que manos a la obra, gracias por leerme... estoy en Peru! besos y blessing

Shirley Moore said...

I do enjoy reading your posts, and seeing the creative uses of resin. I still haven't tried it yet, but I love having a knowledgeable source of information and inspiration to come to; thanks for all your hard work!

Mary Moore said...

Those are gorgeous!

Katrina Hultgren said...

Your designs are what got me back into the crafting again. They are creative and beautiful. And the use of resin as the base is wonderful. Thank you for the inspiration!

windystamper said...

These are gorgeous pieces. I have read your blog since 2010 and each piece you have created has inspired me to try these products and has inspired me artistically. Hope you continue to inspire us with the amazing art you create!

Debi

Ashley Lawson said...

Beautiful pieces! I've just become interested in resin and I am thinking about trying to start making some pieces myself. I love your blog and it is very helpful. Thank you for all of the tips, tricks and inspiration!

Mary Morris said...

I love the variety of projects that you post. Your blog is never stale or boring. Maybe soon I will get the confidence to try resin. I'm certainly learning a lot from you.

Noemi said...

I love this site. I've gotten so many wonderful ideas for projects here. Keep up the wonderful work.

corkpop said...

This is such a generous thing for you to do, thank you so much! I would certainly give these a wonderful home

Joan Cain said...

what a nice thing to do. so many great things waiting to happen if I should be a lucky person. thanks for the generous offer. Joan Cain

ReneeC said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win one of these lovely pieces! Your website is fantastic-- thanks for tutoring the rest of us in what you obviously love to do!

TexCyn said...

Oh, I like the bracelet! I like looking at different resin pieces, different ideas & such. Your blog is so full of inspiration & I mean that. I've commented before on how much I appreciate your site. I've not done any resin in quite a few months due to time & our weather restrictions & lack of space right now. I'm not really commenting to win, but to let you know how much many of us appreciate that you are soooo willing to share your ideas & knowledge! Thank you!

suepompetti@verizon.net Sue Pompetti said...

I would be delighted to win one of the beautiful pieces! Love your blog and all the inspiring ideas!

Ashley Wilkinson said...

There are not too many resin artists in South Africa so I'm relying on the internet for inspiration and have picked up a few tips from your blog. So, even if I don't win, thanks for posting the photos! I like the bracelet best :-)

viv2036 said...

Hi ! My few tries with resin did not always come up nice… I am in France and very little is known here about resin.. the few classes that exist are too far away from where I live.. so I would REALLY REALLY love to have the chance to win one of these beautiful pieces to be able to study it closely and wear it proudly. thank you for offering one of us that opportunity ! have a nice day..

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Yes please! I can give them a good home and wear them with pride! :)

Carol Clark said...

I knew keeping the old circuit board would come in handy so when I saw the posting, bingo, a light switch went on. Thanks for keeping a great blog and the inspiration.

Lily said...

Hi: I would love to win these resin pieces! I just discovered your blog and look forward to trying some resin. I have a small kit and a few bezels, so I just need to decide what to put inside the resin! I look forward to exploring all the ideas you have here!
Meanwhile, you are welcome to visit my blog to see what I'm doing with beads
Lily
(lilyandjasmine.blogspot.com)

Angi said...

I love your blog! You have taught me to think outside of the box when it comes to resin and designing. I would be honored to win one of these lovely pieces! Pretty please count me in! Thanks!

Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

Deb Fortin said...

these are gorgeous pieces . I have dabbled in resin moulding and the results have been OK. not like these samples. I'd love to win one of them.

Jeanne said...

I have wanted to try resin casting and subscribed to your blog for info and inspiration. I have not been disappointed!! jeanne 533k@yahoo.com

Mitzie Crider said...

They're lovely and you're very generous, including with this give away.. I hope to win them. Thank you. I love resin, but haven't gotten as skilled as I'd like. Cat hair and my lack of expertise keep getting in my way.

Helena Davis-Brown said...

These are stunning. I would love to win 1.

Deanne Crim said...

I am always so inspired by the resin craft projects here on your blog! Though I had dabbled with resin crafts I have never been as ABSOLUTELY INSPIRED as I am every time I see you post a new project! Thank you for your inspiration & generosity!

lmassey said...

I love reading your emails! And I save all the emails in a special folder for future reference. I have made several pieces for with my grandkids and they love seeing what we are going to make next. Please don't stop sending them out. I so look forward to seeing whats next! And I would love to win this giveaway too! My email is lmassey_lolo@yahoo.com Lori

Robin Christensen said...

I would LOVE to win the one with the diodes in it! My Daddy is an electrician and I'm his girl! I love your blog and all your creations!

KayzKreationz said...

I have never tried resin, but the samples are wonderful. Would love a chance to win one.

materialgirl said...

I love reading your blog and seeing the great variety of stunning pieces you show us. You have inspired me to have a go with 2 part epoxy resin, and I have made resin paper, moulded shapes and filled bezels. I was delighted with the results and can't wait to play some more.

Emily Daniels said...

What a great giveaway idea!! You find the nicest pieces on your trips :) And ofcourse, you have great projects here! Thanks for giving us so many ideas and so much inspiration!!

Melissa said...

I have been following your blog for a while now, but have yet to bring my ideas to fruition!. Hopefully later this week... I'm very interested in the piece with the transistor in it. I too make are out of old computer parts!

West Pine Creations said...

Gorgeous pieces. Love the color combinations. The wire-wrapping is a great enhancement to the rings. Thanks for another inspiring idea.

Nicole B said...

whoops, forgot to add me: coliebrobro@yahoo.com

FotoJennic said...

i love your blog. thank you

Blue Ridge Girl said...

Love the resin jewelry! It was my lucky day to happen upon your blog. I am inspired! Thanks so much.....

Vikx993 said...

Love reading the blog, I really wish I could try half the things you make on here! So skilled :)

Val Sparkle said...

They're so cool! That's a very clever way to use resin. I'd love to have any one of them!

sparkleparkdesigns [at] gmail.com

Kristina said...

Oh those are lovely!

Carmi said...

Blue Ridge Girl you won!
Email me you mailing address and these will come right to you in the mail!
carmimail@aol.com