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Jewelry Making with ETI - Environmental Technologies

Designer Crafts Connection and ETI are having a blog hop and there is a fabulous prize up for grabs, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post to get all the information on how to win the prize.

We are definitely hopping this month. This is the first of TWO hops for Designer Crafts Connection Members. We hope our projects will inspire you to try something new too AND there's a giveaway to get you started.  All you have to do to enter, is to comment on the blogs.  Each time you comment will increase your chance to win. You can hop thru the DCC webring via the blue DCC logo in each blog sidebar...  If you get lost, head back over to the Designer Crafts Connection Blog page and start over :)

For my project I chose to work with the Jewelry Resin and Jewelry Clay. I have been hoarding saving a couple of pendants for several years now and this was just the project to use them on!

I picked up these Spellbinders bezels a looonnnggg time ago, seriously they have been hanging out in my drawer for a long time.

I started by mixing equal amounts of each part of the jewelry clay together, then I colored half of the mixture a teal blue.

 For this piece, I filled the center with the Jewelry Clay and presses a vintage button into the center. While the clay was still wet I pressed micro glitter all around the clay to color it.

For this piece I used the colored clay, filled the center and then pressed a metal jewelry charm into the center. I covered the wet clay with Fairy Dust Glitter to make it sparkle.

For the last piece I covered the bottom with tiny wooden stars from Um Wow Studios, then sprinkled micro beads all around. (Don't judge me - you know you still have some of those Micro Beads in your stash too!).  Because I wanted a fair amount of dimension in this piece, I did NOT glue the stars down.

I mixed the Jewelry Resin in a 1:1 ratio and mixed according to directions, then poured it over the stars filling the entire piece.

Because the Jewelry Resin is made to de-gas itself (meaning get rid of the bubbles) I knew there would be movement in the resin as it hardened and I counted on this to move some of the stars around. As you can see, some of the stars are flat on the bottom, some are in the middle and some are all the way at the top! The beads dispersed themselves as well making for a very cool effect.

Now- we have a great prize up for the following along on the hop - the more comments you leave the more entries to win you will receive! And look at this great prize,,,,

Seriously, who would not want to win this???  Use the Rafflecopter link below to enter on each blog. Happy hopping and good luck!!

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  1. Anita I love these pendants, thank you so much for being part of the hop!!

  2. Love your projects! I want to try some now. I guess I had better get back on that Spellbinders order. You could always make one of these for your camp partner at CHA. :-) Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Love your pendants! I also like the way you got dimension with the stars and microbeads.

  4. Beautiful pendants, Anita. Love the beads and stars :)