These resin earrings almost glow. They were so quick to make. To do so you need the right products and those would be from You-v. They have resin that is non-toxic and cures in less than a minute. I was recently introduced to You-v. and I can tell it is going to change how and when I use resin.
These earrings glow in the light making them hard to photograph and get them in focus. You will have to take my word for it. They are stunning in person.
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black permanent marker
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Learn how to DIY your own sublimation earrings. #sponsored @artesprix @oliso
Recently I was a guest designer at Artesprix. I really enjoyed the process of creating with Sublimation markers. When I saw sublimation earring blanks on Amazon I knew I needed to work with them. This is the first, but not the last, pair of earrings I will be making. I really like the idea of being able to make earrings in colors and designs to match my outfits. These sublimation earring blanks let me do just that. Follow along and learn how to make your own sublimation earrings.
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Artesprix stamp pad
Artesprix heat tape
Artesprix protective paper
Artesprix project mat
Oliso craft iron
permanent black marker
I chose to work with four of the markers included in the pastel marker set from Artesprix.
After the design is colored in, it is time to prepare the earrings for heat to transfer the design. Don’t forget to peel the protective layer from each side of the earrings before heating. A pin helped me easily remove the film.
It is really important to prepare the layers before applying heat. I have a project mat on my work surface, then a piece of protective paper. The blank with the design taped in place comes next with the colored paper on top. Then finally another piece of protective paper. Now you are ready to apply the heat. If using an iron, the heat tape is really important so the design doesn’t move around.
I added rhinestones to the center of the earrings and colored the edges with a permanent black marker to finish off the design.
As a part of the ScraPerfect Design Team, I post on their blog twice a month. I am usually posting about working with paper and there phenomenal Best Glue Ever. However, today’s post I am making UV Resin earrings using ScraPerfect Embellies. Check out the post here: [resin earrings]