I've been to Arizona to celebrate the Golden Birthday
of this child who was 12 on the 12th of January 2012.
she likes to make faces to the camera.....she is only 12!
Here are close ups of the project I shared several post ago.
We celebrated with more than one jewelry making party. I made the charms for incorporation in their memory wire bracelets ahead of time.
Here is a little pictorial with a tip or two about pouring Ice Resin.
Here is the simple lesson I learned. I knew when they pooled over that the first side would be ruined if I let it set. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. I just picked them up and with a paper napkin rubbed off the resin. I was able to polish off the wet resin and lay it back down and pour again. It didn't even leave any napkin fuzz.
Then there was Lizzy! I tend to want to add one-too-many drops of resin. Can't help it. Fearless. But Lizzy's must have been just ever so...not level. It didn't pool over until it sat for a while. So, it was good that I used the glass cake dome because I could walk by and take a look. I really doubted the last time would work because the resin had been mixed for at least 1½ hours and was really stiff. However, I think the stiffness is what kept it from going over again. I'm very pleased with how they turned out. They were all so near perfect. And they were a huge hit with all the girls.
So, I don't know who the question, "what do you want from me", is far, but if you would like to address it. Please feel to share in the comments. Perhaps it will help me get this off my mind.