Posts Tagged ‘resin’

Spotlight on: Resin

We crafters love versatility in the products we buy. More varied uses means less money to spend to make crafts, and more is good. At least as a crafter. Resin is one of those multi-use products. Resin starts out as a liquid, usually in two parts, and hardens to a clear durable plastic. Among it’s […]

Media Mixáge, from Spellbinders

Sponsored Content Recently, Spellbinders came out with a new line called Media Mixáge. As someone who really enjoys working with mixed media, I was so excited to see what they offered. Spellbinders sent me the Artisan X-plorer Machine, which is a compact roller press. It’s perfect for cutting, embossing and pressing with a multitude of […]

Handmade Gift Ideas: Resin Belt Buckle

Sometimes working with resin can seem intimidating, but this tutorial from kitkraft is very thorough and makes the process look easy! Use it to make awesome personalized belt buckles for all the cool dudes and dudettes in your life! Dive into your stash and find all those cool little bits and bobs and finally turn […]

Tute Tuesday: How to Make Resin Pendants

Resin projects are fun to make, because the materials change so dramatically, it feels like a form of alchemy. It’s also quite mysterious if you’ve never done it, so it’s a project that can really impress. Luckily, I Sew Cute has shared with us her tutorial for making resin pendants. Her instructions will demystify the […]

Gag Me With a Hairy Spoon!

Welcome to the first of many weekly editions of Craftastrophe on Craftster.  To sum Craftastrophe up: These Craftastrophes aren’t necessarily bad crafts, many are well made and have taken the crafter a lot of time and energy to create; our goal is to showcase those crafts that are funny, weird, strange and make us laugh. […]