Does this resin-ate with you?

May 27, 2009

Last Friday, Rings & Things people test-drove some new resin products that we’re adding to our store soon.

Here’s a fun glimpse of some kinds of stuff you can make with resin! If any of the words below have a particular sparkle, they were borrowed from Sunny Barrington. (I’m trying to get her to blog here!)


wee-little clothespins (in goo)

  • Tiny powder blue and soft pink clothespins safely ensconced in a protective resin coating, nestled inside a mold for shape-a-tivity. These strange little creations may eventually be turned into something quite suitable for a mother-to-be with a fondness for bric-a-brac.

Monkeys, weeds, hardening goop...who could ask for more?

Monkeys, weeds, hardening goop…who could ask for more?

drink monkey & the living weeds

  • A sprightly monkey takes the big drink and commits to a life inside a resin rectangle. It’s doubtful whether this pending creation will contribute to the world of jewelry creations much beyond the eye candy level…
  • Next to the monkey, you will find some weed blossoms that were submerged (while alive) into a receptive resin-y grave. Not too sure how this will turn out, but determined that the posies were positioned to look best from the back… oops-a-daisy.

See more unbridled resinaceous inspirations in the Rings & Things resin photostream!

Have something you’d like to see dipped in this stuff? Leave a comment to request an experiment…

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  • Dawno May 27, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    I keep saying one of these days – but I’m an impatient sort and resin seems rather time consuming. Maybe if I get a long vacation…

  • justatish May 27, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    Love it – you are quite the spin doctor Dave 🙂

  • fireseed May 28, 2009 at 2:28 am

    Resin items are so much fun and you can never have too many monkeys! If I wasn’t playing with glass I think I’d be playing with resin, I love the Idea that you can turn anything into something special.