For those of you that make jewelry, I'm seeking an opinion. I'm looking to help a friend locally. She's an artist and a life coach with a tremendous spirit. Recently she purchased a kit to make a resin pendant using a bezel setting. What she would like to do is encapsulate a photo of her artwork in the bezel then fill with resin. If you have worked with resin before, is there a particular way that you would print (or have printed) the photo so the ink will not run when we set it with the resin.
I've offered to help, and told her it's not a medium I've worked with before. So if you have worked with resin or photo pendants... I have an inkjet and color laser printer here, and Staples is just up the road. I'm almost certain that inkjet would smear... but maybe color laser would last... or would you recommend I print it, then have the print laminated so it would be color-safe?? See all the ideas bouncing around in this creative brain of mine?
Good news though... actually two good newses.... this is my 250th blog post, so in my next blog post, I'm doing a celebration give away! So stay tuned! Secondly, just 2 days left of my Anniversary Celebration in my Artfire Store. 34% off all currently listed items using the coupon code BLISS in honor of my parents 34th wedding anniversary!
|Bella Marie at 6 months old|
On a final note... here's a bit of cute to enlighten your day.
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