Organics | Dried and Pressed Flowers in Jewelry
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Dried And Pressed Flowers
One of the things so addictive for me, about working with organics, is the hunt of the treasure. Finding a patch of mushrooms or fiddleheads in nature is equal to hitting the mother-load at a garage sale. The same sort of adrenaline courses through my body. Those who have come across a patch of tiny little mushrooms know exactly what I’m speaking about, don’t you? Here are examples of preparing mushrooms and fiddleheads using silica gel.
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This tutorial was inspired by the look of dendritic quartz and dendritic agates. What is so fun about this technique can also cause some resin creators a little anxiousness. There are no two pieces that will look just alike! If you are looking to exploring resin, then this technique is just up your alley.
Nature just has it down! She is the best designer ever!! These lovelies were embedded in resin by another wonderful designer @melrosebling Thank you Brandi! Thank you for creating such beautiful pieces to work with ❤️ – melrosebling Follow her on Instagram: @MelRoseBling
Jewelry Inspiration! Pressed Flowers on Flat Tags! Pressed flowers and organics are still a strong trend in jewelry making. To minimize the learning curve for preserving organics, mixing, and applying Nunn Design 2-Part Resin - you might be interested in our tutorials and videos featured on the Nunn Design Blog.
Sometimes, doing something as simple as adding an on-trend color into a unique bezel is a stand-alone hit. With Nunn Design Findings, we believe we have the perfect formula for a hit. Now, if simplicity isn’t your thing and you want to add some bells and whistles to make your pieces really pop and stand out, then we have that covered too. You decide based on the brand and collection that you want to build.
Makers are able to make one-of-a-kind unique pieces using Nunn Design 2-Part Resin colorized with Castin’ Craft Opaque Pigments. Jacquard Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments are swirled into the resin and preserved pressed organics are inserted. Not only does this allow for one-of-a-kind pieces, but the combinations of colorizing the resin, swirling Jacquard Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments and inserting the pressed organics leads for an endless combination of creativity.
What I love about this technique of Colorized Crystal Clay with Organics and Colorized Resin is that it only requires one pour of resin. For those of you doing resin production work, the speed of not needing to wait for your base layer of resin to cure is a benefit. Once you have colorized your Crystal Clay with Castin’ Craft Opaque Pigments, you can embed your organics into the clay and pour the resin onto the clay while it is still uncured!
Jewelry Inspiration! Colorized Crystal Clay with Organics and Colorized Resin! What I love about this technique of Colorized Crystal Clay with Organics and Colorized Resin is that it only requires one pour of resin. For those of you doing resin production work, the speed of not needing to wait for your base layer of resin to cure is a benefit. Once you have colorized your Crystal Clay with Castin’ Craft Opaque Pigments, you can embed your organics into the clay and pour the resin onto the clay
Fall Semester Class #1. Colorized Crystal Clay, Organics and Colorized Resin Tutorial The 2019 Fall Semester Starts Today! In class 1 of our 2019 Fall Semester, you will learn how to colorized Crystal Clay, use organics and colorized Nunn Design Resin! For those who have enrolled, join us at 10:00 am PST in our private Facebook Watchparty Class. Team Nunn will be there to teach the class, answer questions and provide support. Link to our blog to read the tutorial, watch the videos and enroll