Member Project Photos – UV Resin, Polymer Clay Jewelry

Polymer Clay Artists “You’ve opened new
worlds for me, Cindy!
The UV Resin tutorial is
absolutely terrific. Another
success, thanks.” ~Mary-U

This blog is a community meeting spot for polymer clay artists of all skill levels. It is a place for learning and applying new techniques that have been taught over at the Polymer Clay Tutor Video Library.

And for everyone’s benefit, enjoyment, inspiration… there is a Facebook Photo Gallery that makes it quick and easy to share pictures of your polymer clay projects.

The selection of Vol-024-3 UV Resin Images showcased below, is just a small sampling from the 377 Facebook photos uploaded to date. Way to go guys! As your Tutor, it makes me very proud to see how much everyone is accomplishing.

Thank you so much Cindy and Doug! So many frustrating questions answered: using the shelf liner to keep the piece from moving, actually seeing how the bubbles are eradicated with the lighter, and knowing that the piece has to cure long enough to avoid smearing. On to making beautiful jewelry!

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Member Project Photos: UV Resin, Polymer Clay Jewelry

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The Zebra Jewelery photos posted above were submitted by: Brenda-M, Carolyn-F, Cindy-R and Elizabeth-S. If you have any questions or compliments for these talented polymer clay artists, please use the comment section below.

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  1. Brenda M, 09 September, 2010

    Ah’ I am flattered to see my teacher’s has posted my work above. I hope many who see them will be inspired enought to purchase your tutorials. You Guys are Fabulous teachers. I say that because Cindy and Doug work as a team. We can’t have one without the other ;)

  2. Koolbraider, 09 September, 2010

    Aren’t these all so beautiful? Looks like Uv resin is here to stay. It really does add “something” to beads.

  3. Jeanne C., 09 September, 2010

    Nice work everyone. I have to say this is a great tut!

  4. Phaedrakat, 09 September, 2010

    Look at all those beauties! Cindy’s UV resin tute was just the thing for many members…to take that ‘next step’ with their clay…to give it that glossy, glassy shine. There was “resin” talk around here for a long time, but only a few ‘brave souls’ seemed to be trying it — I know I was “afraid” of resin until Cindy paved the way with her video! As soon as I saw it, I was able to place my own order with Ultradome! (Well, okay, I ordered from the sister site… ;D Thank you, Cindy…and congratulations to the star students who have their beautiful work on display!!!

  5. Ken H, 09 September, 2010

    I’ve got everything I need to do a resin project except the time to make something. I see the “oven” and the bottle of resin sitting on the table calling to me to “come create”, I’ve got and idea for something, but not enough hours in the day to do it.

  6. carolyn, 09 September, 2010

    Ditto Brenda all the way!

  7. Catalina, 09 September, 2010

    @Ken, Having no time to be creative is tough. I’d enjoyed my last week off due to my second surgery. I felt good and went to town! But, I’m back to work and now I feel housework as to take a back seat. I got used to playing and I don’t want to quit!!
    (P.S. Don’t tell tell my husband :)

  8. carolyn, 09 September, 2010

    @Catalina – OK, we won’t tell your hubby – but you have to post more of what you did during that last super productive week …

  9. Catalina, 09 September, 2010

    @Carolyn, Ok, I’ll post them on More Than Clay since I still can’t post to Cindy’s FB Polymer Clay Tutorial page. It will show just a few things I worked on.

  10. Phaedrakat, 10 September, 2010

    @Catalina: That’s so unfair…I’m really sorry that’s happening to you. I’ll come visit your personal albums, if you can post there. I can’t see Cindy’s FB Gallery or MTC from my phone, only ‘personal’ albums…

  11. Cindy Erickson, 11 September, 2010

    Beautiful work!!! :)

  12. Loretta Carstensen, 15 September, 2010

    Love all the beautiful PC work. What talent we have in our group. Thanks for posting, Cindy.

  13. Sandra, 17 September, 2010

    The pictures are great!! What is the green butterfly made with? I never can get the gold in without messing up the rest of the piece. Is the resin on the front only, how do you do the sides and back? I’d use my resin more if I could figure out how to cure the sides. Love friday mornings!!

  14. carolyn, 17 September, 2010

    @Sandra Cindy mentioned once using Glossy Glaze by Studio by Sculpey for the sides. That should blend the sides right in with the UV resined top and bottom.

  15. carolyn, 17 September, 2010

    @Sandra The butterfly piece was done by Brenda Moran. It is beautiful isn’t it. I think this was done with the faux jade technique. I’m not sure how she got so precise with the gold, though I do know it was done with a leafing pen.

  16. Cheryl Hodges, 17 September, 2010

    These are all beautiies; quite stunning and so intricate with all the detail. I love them all; each one is so unique. I’ve done an UV resin pendant too but it’s in a competition. They take so long with the results. I would so love to have been able to post it here but it will have to wait.

  17. Sandra, 17 September, 2010

    Thank you Carolyn!! Your info is really helpful. I guess I can stop stressing about UV coatings, I never could figure out how to do the whole piece-duh!

  18. Marsha, 18 September, 2010

    These are beautiful! Exceptional work! Thank you for sharing them!

    Does anyone have a suggestion for coating round beads with resin? I bought some ICE Resin which does not need a UV light. Thanks so much!

  19. Marsha, 18 September, 2010

    I should explain more… does anyone have any experience working with the ICE Resin? It’s kind of expensive and I thought I “pick your brains” before jumping in and possibly wasting it. :)

  20. carolyn, 18 September, 2010

    @Marsha – Hi, Marsha, I have no experience with Ice Resin, but I know that there are others on this blog who do have. Not everyone sees all postings here, you have to subscribe to the entry, so the Ice Resin folks might not even know you have questions about it. The best thing for you to do is to type ice resin in the search box at the top of this page (left side) and then scan through the blog postings that come up.

  21. Marsha, 18 September, 2010

    @carolyn: Thanks, Carolyn! I’ve been a member here for a long time, but totally forgot about the search box! Too much on my mind, I guess. Anyway, I found some great information – of course! – and am on my way again!! :)

  22. carolyn, 18 September, 2010

    @Marsha: There is just too much to keep always in mind … that’s why we have each other … to help us remember. Glad you found some good info!

  23. lynn watts, 18 September, 2010

    All of these are just beautiful pieces.

  24. Lynda Mchugh, 13 November, 2019

    UV resin, I want to try some for a project but can’t find it in California. The lady at “Outside the Box” talked about RJ Crafts. Only problem is they are not on the west coast area. I believe the stuff she was talking about is by DJ Coats
    Where else can I get /he product? Any suggestions welcome.

  25. Cindy Lietz, 21 November, 2019

    The best place to find UV Resin is online. Here is a link to my favorite Ultradome Brand. And here is a link to other brands in our Amazon Shop (affiliate link).

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