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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Letting Resin Cure? on: January 26, 2009 10:50:47 PM
Alright crafty peoples I have a question. I've tried to find an answer but haven't. My question is where do you pour your resin? Inside? Outside? I ask this because I want to try my hand at resin. I've been playing with an idea of trying to do my first booth at a craft show in the summer and I want a good inventory before the show. However, currently I live in Toledo, Ohio its a rough 20 degrees here. I know resin needs some heat to dry right and I don't know how else to pour it safely. I'm trying to save some brain cells and not freeze off parts of my body that I might need or want to have in a few years. Any suggestions of how to or where to pour it and let it dry are welcome. Thanks!
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