I really need to start a project soon but in the meantime take a look at these… fantastic!!!!
well I’m making baby booties at the moment which is slightly annoying as I tell people I can crochet and sell but not cutey type stuff… but I can’t say that anymore… gargh… the up side is that they are for my twin brothers daughter to be 😀
I’m not surprised people just buy baby gifts as so far these booties have cost a flippin fortune and I’m only half done!!!! why has this country have a shortage of coloured thin elastic? hmmm???? I can only buy things from the states!
I do hope to get a few things done for the new baby soon as I have a gift box plan of several hand-made items (child friendly and safe types!) but I do also want to start a major project soon as I’m going out of my head doing nothing!
I attended a resin/cold-enameling class at the City-Lit in London for two days as I would like to create my own jewelry at some point.
Since creating items for Clara the stop motion puppet, I’ve found that I rather enjoyed the process of creating molds and using latex. I wanted to try other mediums like resin (you don’t need to own a kiln for this technique which is a plus as they are expensive they need their own generators/electricity transformers – I don’t think my landlord would appreciate it either (renting in London is a pain!)
The resin comes in two parts – the resin itself and the hardener. You have to measure the two parts using a scale as the hardener is rather thicker compared to the resin.
I’ve tried creating my own molds and resin shapes at home on three occasions now… twice it has failed… grrrr
The first time I didn’t add enough hardener … the second time too much – I’m not sure how that works, why not cure if there was too much hardener??
oh well… I’ll have to try and clean up the resin out of the molds and start again – gooey resin is a nightmare to clean up (nail polish remover does help but it still takes a long time).
This is a demo store for testing purposes — no orders shall be fulfilled. Dismiss