Creating Jewelry and Accessories with Resin
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Live and Free*: Aug 12, 13, and 14!
from 11:00am-2pm EDT
(8-11am PT, 9-12pm MT, 10-1pm CT)
*The live and free course does not give you a certificate of completion, additional tools and resources, access to the bonus classess, and one-on-one with the instructors. These perks are only available in the paid version of the course.
About the course
UV resin is the most user-friendly of the resins for creating jewelry and accessories. Lisa Pavelka guides you through numerous creations with a non-toxic quick cure.
Curious Mondo viewers will learn things like how to get nearly instant gratification when working with resin for techniques such as collaging in layers, working with open-back settings and so much more!
She’ll guide you through what works with UV resin and what doesn’t. Find out how to master effects including how to create glass-like cabochon finishes, mimicking eye-catching dichroic glass, opal and working with inclusions to name a few.
All of Lisa’s tips and tricks will be revealed!
Lisa will guide the viewer into the basics of working with quick cure resin and then take the viewer into more in-depth tips and techniques, including preventing or fixing bubbles, which inclusions to work with, alternative curing methods, special effects and much, much more!
The class will include project techniques including how to make layered collages with resin for floating/dimensional effects, creating various surface effects including concave, lens-like and cabochon finishes. We’ll also learn how to use resin in open frameworks and acrylic forms.
Bonus classes for those who purchase the program will include how to make imitation opal or “Fauxpal” as Lisa has coined it, Layering with open frames, creating faux sea glass and working with images and resin.
About The Instructor
Lisa Pavelka, a Colorado native who now resides in Las Vegas, is an award winning artist, designer and author. Although she is well versed in several mediums, she is best known for her polymer clay expertise. Having worked with the medium professionally since 1989, she has focused her creative energies in taking polymer clay in new directions; especially in the areas of mixed media applications. As a polymer clay pioneer, Lisa has tackled everything from jewelry making and home décor to scrapbooking and altered arts to name a few. She has shown the crafting world there is almost nothing that can’t be done with polymer clay, whether it’s coming up with new techniques or covering the back of a van. Lisa is author of several books including the award winning best seller: Polymer Clay Extravaganza (North Light Books).