Sea Maiden Resin Belt Buckle Tutorial
Created by: Toni Plastino
Designer Tips To prevent the image from bleeding, seal the front and back with Mod Podge® and let dry. Once dry, glue the image into buckle blank. Glue on embellishments such as charms, shells, pearls, and ball chain. When dry, add resin to the buckle. Consider brushing on the resin, since the buckle is convex, and has a shallow bezel cup. Free Technique Sheets & How-Tos Continued Below...
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One or more parts (or tools) used in this project are no longer available, so we've moved the whole project into the "Misc Jewelry Tutorials with Issues" area while we decide what we want to do about it: find a good sub, re-make this project, or retire the tutorial. Suggested Supplies 1 each #82-500-08 8oz EasyCast Epoxy Kit 1 strand [use 8] #20-621 Bead, Freshwater Pearl, Tiny, 2.7mm 1 1 strand [use 6] #29-225 Bead, Shell, "Green Everlasting," Small 1 each #30-682-03-AB Belt Buckle Blank, Oval, Rope Border, 85mm 1 spool [use 10"] #40-883-2 Chain, Footage, Ball, 3.2mm, 100ft 1 dozen [use 2] #44-461-0 Charm, Double-Leaf, 19x16mm 1 each #82-599 Mixing Set Tools #69-043 Tool, Scissors, Extra-Large Loop #69-056 Tool, Side Flush Cutter Additional Supplies Copyright-free image, cut to size Mod Podge® Paint brush