The last resin pieces for now:
This set contains broken glass pieces, giving it even more the look of a crystal:
Mr. looked at the box with the glass shards and asked where I got that. It’s a funny story I told him. I turned around and then there was this strange noise and suddenly I found the glass all over the kitchen floor. Our tiles really hide the dirt well, but they show no mercy to any plate or glass dropped.
Next is a cherry flower:
I made three or four of these and I’m not entirely happy about them. First of all, pressing seems to have destroyed some of the structure of the petals and they became see through when I added the resin. Second I added holographic glitter and a black background and that’s too much for my taste, I should have stuck with one of them.
Next one is a galaxy oval:
Here the idea is that you cast two separate pieces and then glue them together, giving it dimensions and depth. I quite like the effect. This one is small as I wanted to practise first, but I can definitely see more of them in the future.
And last but not least a terrible photo of a pretty pendant:
Wind came up and it kept swinging so they were all out of focus. Can you guess what’s inside?
Yep, it’s a pine cone in resin, sawed into slices. I have another block with red and yellow, but I need to cut it first.
This concludes this series of work, but I hope there’s more soon.