At the end of last week’s video about using Pebeo’s Fantasy Paints I showed some of the pieces that I’ve created over the last couple of months. The ones that are finished have had a coating of Ice Resin added, which acts as a beautiful glossy top coat and protectant. It also adds a depth that the paint alone does not have, which is not necessarily a bad thing, it just is. I simply prefer the look with Ice Resin as the final layer, which is why I filmed this video – so you can add that layer too.
Of course there are many other uses for Ice Resin: as an adhesive, in bezels to seal in the elements of a mixed media collage, in jewelry. In fact, Ice Resin was developed by Susan Lenart Kazmer for her jewelry work. It’s high quality, crystal clear, and permanent when dry.
In this video I explain the basics of mixing and pouring Ice Resin and how to fill a bezel with it. There is a separate segment that demos how to add a layer to acrylic book covers, which are much larger surfaces than the average bezel.
Once you’ve finished with the video you’ll know enough to do many things with Ice Resin, and from there the sky is the limit!
Supplies For This Video:
Ice Resin – you’ll find the various options for Ice Resin there along with the Bezels, Sealer, Imagery, Glass Glitter, and other accessories