Resin with a Vintage Feel

Carmi Cimiata is a fun and funny gal. She runs the vivacious Resin Crafts Blog where she explores the most amazing uses of EnviroTex Craft Resin. Take a walk through her projects, they will astound you. She makes it look so easy we just had to try it.
We saw the potential immediately! With all our terrific images plus all the amazing things you can float or embed in the resin…ooh… Fran•táge, here we come!

My post today features the Perfectly Clear Cherub Wishes set, both stamped on the card, as well as on a piece of tissue and adhered inside the brass bezel. I sprinkled some Crushed Glass Glitter and Color Fragments inside, before pouring in my premixed Envirotex Jewelry Resin. I added a couple of drops of Aspen Leaf Color Solutions Alcohol Inks for a more vintage feel. I turned the bezel into a dangling broach with some May Arts twill, an antique button, twine and a jumpring. This was pinned to satin ribbon wrapped over a paper covered chipboard panel. The kraft card base was tent-style for more stability. This creates a gift card with that extra something special.

Now is your turn to leave me a comment, and check out the rest of the extremely talented ladies posting today. Keep coming back to check out everyone's creations this week, follow the directions below, and your could win one of these amazing prize packages:

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Each prize package from us will include a pack of Jewelry Resin, a bottle cap, bezel and button to try, and the Stampendous Charm Collection Perfectly Clear Stamps – perfect jewelry sized stamps for your crafting pleasure!


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another great project Pam!
Pam, your talent blows me away. Your cherub charm is stunning and compliments your card perfectly. It's really beautiful.
Miriam Prantner said…
Oh wow! I love how the alcohol ink looks! Gorgeous!
Jingle said…
This is SO pretty, Pam!
Pam, this is just fantastic! What a terrific project and so simple yet so vintage and Fran•táge!!
Susie said…
Pam - your project is just beautiful. I am totally impressed with the resin!
Lillian Child said…
The color fragments inside give this unique piece SUCH a lovely quality. Really lovely work of art!
Beetique said…
i love the cherub design!
Jan Garber said…
Very pretty! Love those little charm stamps!
Suzanne C said…
LOVE it! The charm hanging off the ribbon is fabulous. Gorgeous card!
seau said…
I adore your little charm on your card. You did such a great job with the little churb inside. TFS.
Carol said…
Beautiful project, thanks for the inspiration!

Carol B
Sue D said…
Very cute cherub--love the glitter and fragments.
Denny said…
The cherub design is so vintage looking and the orange color just pops off that soft blue and tan background. The addition of the ribbon makes it all come together beautifully. Great job!
Lea said…
I love the mix of vintage images with bright colors, so often we relate vintage to softer colors. You've really made it POP! Love it!
Queen Mary said…
Pam I am loving seeing the various uses for the resin! I've never thought of it as a card or scrapbook page embellishment so this is very exciting for me! Now to explore the rest of your blog!
Doetzelooat said…
The color fragments inside give this unique piece SUCH a lovely quality. Really lovely work of art!

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