Saturday, October 11, 2014

Glam Halloween Jewelry Made From Scrapbook Stickers!

Check out the bracelet I just made from Halloween stickers, glitter paper, and resin:

It's huge, heavy, mildly(?) tacky, and I kind of love it.

Yep, I finally decided to give resin another try, but this time I went with the Little Windows brand. You might recall I used Easy Cast last time, and had issues with some batches not curing. I told you guys then how much I liked the video tutorials over at Little Windows, though, and I guess that made an impact, because the owner Fran sent me all kinds of her products to try as a thank-you. YAY CRAFTY STUFF!!

I started with these 3D stickers I found in the scrapbooking aisle:


Then I dug through my small stash of paper and picked out some nice glittery ones:

 
The best thing about Little Windows resin kits is that they come with soooo many useful accessories, like those template patterns you see on the right. Just trace & cut for the perfect size to fit all the different molds!

And at the risk of sounding like a sales rep, Little Windows resin is fantastic. Fran's kits come with all the tiny mixing cups & paddles you need to make conveniently small batches, and after 4 or 5 different tries I can tell you it mixes easily, pours beautifully, and consistently cures rock hard and crystal clear. YES. Now I'm not quite so scared of playing with resin! (Well except for the bubbles. CURSE THOSE BUBBLES.)

In addition to my Big Honkin' bracelet, I made some simple pendants:

 
Kinda cute, right?

The orange glitter paper is, hands down, the prettiest thing I've put in resin. The rounded edges of the resin distort the edges and make it look like fire:


And the distortion makes the black glittery paper look like a hyperspace jump - shooting stars galore.


Here's a side view of the bracelet. so you can see the depth of the gems:


The plastic skulls all had a tiny bubble right in the nose cavity - oops - so I glued little crystals on top to hide 'em. For my next batch, I put a small drop of resin in all the noses first, let that cure, and then embedded them. No more nose bubbles!

And an awkward shot of my own arm, to show how the bracelet hangs:


And here's what's holding it together:

I found that jointed bracelet in my discard stash (always save old jewelry!), and it fit the resin perfectly. I just had to glue each gem onto the links with E-6000. Easy peasy!

And finally, to use up the rest of my gems, I decided to try a bib/collar/statement necklace:

 

It looks a little silly on the form, though, so I had John take a pic of me wearing it:

 I bet it'd look cute over a collared shirt, too.

This was pretty easy to do; all you need is felt, ribbon, and some twisted cotton cord for the accent trim. (I found a big spool for $3 at Jo-Ann's.)


I laid out my resin gems on paper, traced out a pattern I liked...



  ...and then used that template to cut the felt. (Fold the paper template in half while you're cutting, so the two sides will be symmetrical.)


From there it was just a matter of gluing everything down and hand-stitching the ribbon ties on the ends. The trim is a little tedious, but I really think it adds a more polished look.
 
 (I was crafting on top of my to-do list. :))




K, that does it for this round of resin experimenting!

Now, who wants some free jewelry?


I made an orange bat pumpkin for myself, so these two are for you guys! Comment below and tell me which color you like best, and I'll pick two random winners in a few days. I'll even try to get them in the mail for you before Halloween. ;) 

[The give-away has ended, and my winners are Elizabeth Campbell & Shiny Happy Von!]

Hope this inspires some more resin experimenting of your own, everyone, and be sure to share your own pics in the comments or over on the Epbot FB page!

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PS - That reminds me: one of last month's art winners never claimed her prize! So, Lauren-who-wanted-the-albino-ferret-print, please e-mail me your mailing address!

521 comments:

  1. I love the Orange one best!

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  2. The black one is soooo pretty!

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  3. They're both gorgeous but I'd love the black one

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  4. Orange is my favorite color, so I've got to go with that one!

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  5. Oh, the orange! For sure!

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  6. I love them, both beautiful. I'd wear either one.

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  7. The practical side of me loves the black and white, but the orange is gorgeous! I covet both!

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  8. Love the orange! Most people don't understand my love of orange, but that necklace would show the haters how awesome orange is!

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  9. That collared bib is so dramatic and beautiful!! And I love the piece with the little bat - bats are my favorite animals! :D

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  10. Orange! I love reading your crafting posts.... I've got the crafty itch..... I'm going to try and make my own Elsa type costume for Halloween. It will go over well at my preschool!

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  11. I like both, but probably the black one best!

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  12. So very sparkly! I love them both so very much but I can actually see myself wearing that black on every day :D

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  13. You got a new burlap-jewelry-displayer-thingee! (whatever they're called) Or did you just stretch burlap over the one you already had? These necklaces looks great against that fabric. It's all very spooky autumny harvesty. (Jeez, this is the comment where I just make words up.)

    Your resin skills are amazing. This jewelry all turned out really beautiful and, like the rose petal resin jewelry, it's super inspiring, and it makes me want to resin ALL THE THINGS. Alas, I do not wear necklaces or bracelets or big earrings or rings, so I have no idea what I would even use it for. Gifts, maybe?

    Anyway, so I'm not commenting to enter the giveaway. Just wanted to tell you how awesome it all looks. *contented sigh* I love Halloween and Epbot!

    KW

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  14. I love the black one. Awesome!

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  15. I love everything you made, but as far as the giveaway, the black necklace!

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  16. I have a thing for bats. And pumpkins. And black.

    You were the inspiration for me to try using resin for the first time a while ago and are inspiring me to run to JoAnn's so I can try my hand at it again! Such a cute idea.

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  17. Soooo cute! I love the bat!!!!

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  18. I LOVE the orange, you can wear it past Halloween since it's more Fall-themed too! :)

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  19. I love the orange one! Also, I've been hemming and hawing about trying resin, because it's good for so many things but it seems like such a pain to work with. But this right here convinced me to give it a try (especially the templates. So very useful!) So, yay! :)

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  20. I love the orange one! But I'd happily take the black one, too. It would be fun to have one to inspire me when I finally get the nerve to try this on my own!

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  21. These are both GORGEOUS! I would love to have the black one! You are so crafty. You keep showing us things that I want to try to make, but I am anxious about getting the materials and discovering that I can't replicate the goodies!

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  22. I read this whole post thinking "i want. i want." You read my mind!
    They're both gorgeous but I think the bat on the black is calling my name.

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  23. They are both awesome! I think the black one is my favorite by just a teeny tiny bit. :-) I'm not a crafty person but your blog is so inspiring! I think I might actually try to make something with resin.

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  24. OH this is so fun! I'll have to check them out...thanks for the tips!
    I love the black one...though it's hard to pick! They're both gorgeous :D

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  25. Oh my gosh. How cool is that? I love the orange one myself (which is crazy, because I typically avoid orange/yellow)

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  26. Ooooh, the black one would go perfectly with my Halloween costume.

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  27. A friend just steered me to your site. What a treasure! Can't wait to dig through the archives. This was a great project. I like the orange glitter background with the white pumpkin.

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  28. That black one is gorgeous!!! I just love sparkly things...must try this myself soon :D

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  29. I will definitely check out the resin website. I can always use tools to help make my resin work better. Thanks so much for offering your beautiful necklaces as prizes. I love them both, but I think I like the black one just a smidge more. Thanks so much for the useful info and the chance to brighten up my Halloween season.

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  30. That orange is FABULOUS!! I am definitely going to check out that brand of resin. I've always wanted to try it, but your last experiences scared me away!

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  31. They are both super cute, but the black one is more me, I am working on a bat costume.

    De

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  32. The orange one is my favorite, but would love to win either one. I've never worked with resin, but you make it look easy and fun. Thanks for sharing your many crafting skills.

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  33. Omg I need that orange pendent! You do such amazing work :3

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  34. The orange necklace is awesome! Looks like a fire opal! :)

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  35. The black bat! Both are amazing, though :)

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  36. The orange paper under the resin really does look like fire! I love it =)

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  37. Oh my gosh that orange sparkle paper is amazing! I love anything orange :)

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  38. The orange one!!!! Although I love both!

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  39. I really want to try resin now, maybe need to ask for some for Xmas from hubby. The orange one is awesome.

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  40. I am partial to the black bat. :)

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  41. I love them both, but the black one is my favorite.

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  42. I love the pumpkin! :-D

    And now for my question: was there anything special about the glitter paper? I guess I don't understand the science of why the jewels didn't work, yet the glitter did...

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    1. I believe glitter always works in resin, but you're right about those rhinestones I tried before. I *think* it's because glitter is tiny and metallic, whereas the gems I tried were just clear plastic over colors, & the resin made the top facets disappear. (Someone once tried to explain it to me, referencing the refractions qualities and whatnot, but my brain went all "SCIENCE HELP" and gave up.)

      The paper I used is just plain ol' glitter paper, btw. Nothing special. :)

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    2. The reason jewels glitter is because they have a different density than the air around them and the light is reflected back when it shines on the planes in certain angles, and is bent at other angles. The bent light then is reflected by other planes at the backside of the jewel and shines toward your eyes in yet another angle. So no matter where the light comes from, some parts always make it towards your eyes and you see it as glittering. But what is really needed is planes and edges in all the right places and the light coming from a less dense medium (air).
      Resin has approximately the same density than the plastic jewels you where using back then (I think I recall the glass ones working better), so all the planes and edges between differently dens mediums where gone. Real diamonds would have worked much better, since they have a very high density, but then who pours resin over real diamonds?

      The glitter paper works because there is a protective layer over the glitter anyways so it's smooth (wouldn't work with rough glitter paper or sand paper), so the resin never really touches the glitter itself.

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  43. I love them both, but the orange is calling my name!

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  44. I love love love the firey orange one!!!

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  45. Love them both, but I like the black bat one just a smidge more :)

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  46. These are awesome looking! I'm partial to the orange glitter. Love the pattern on the pumpkin too.

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  47. Very cool! I like the orange one the best.

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  48. Those look so awesome! I'd love either of them

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  49. That stuff is so cool I wish you'd make an Etsy page!! I would LOVE to have the orange one. The black is amazing too,but I wear a lot of black, so I think the orange would provide a nice contrast. :)

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  50. So cute! I've always wanted to try resin but have been scared. I would love the black necklace.

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  51. Love it! I never would've thought of the diy bib necklace!!

    And for my entry, the orange pumpkin please. :)

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  52. Normally I would go with black ("you never wear color," my husband scolds) but that orange is fantastic. If course, I will graciously wear either one. :p

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  53. That bib necklace is fantastic. I love what you come up with.

    And I'd love the black bat pumpkin if you pick me!

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  54. I love the idea of using the stickers that already have dimension to them in the resin, they look fabulous against the paper. I've never been brave enough to try resin myself, but those look fantastic.

    Of the two I like the orange one best ;)

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  55. I've never entered a giveaway on your blog before, but I LOVE that orange necklace! I really shy away from most Halloween jewelry but these are so pretty and classy. Love them!

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  56. I love them both but because I have to choose, I would go with the black and white pumpkin. I love the little bat.

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  57. If this stuff is as easy as you say I may just give it a try. I am notoriously a person who will pick up a crafty endeavor and quit if it takes more then one sitting (it's why I like to bake and cook instead of knit).

    While I like both of them I like the black backed bat the best.

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  58. They are both fantastic! You are so creative in the crafts you come up with. It's a tough choice - I like both for different reasons - but would probably choose the black one just slightly over the orange one. :-)

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  59. All your pieces turned out amazing!! I love the orange. No, the black. No, wait... the... argh! I can't choose!! Make someone else choose and I'll take the other one ;-)

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  60. Oh, those are lovely! I remember my dad doing resin casting when I was small. He had bronze resin he would pour on as a background for the things he made. I think both of those pendants are lovely. I like the orange more, because of the delicate tracery on the pumpkin, but since I own not one shred of orange anything, Blackbat McBatterson would probably be the more sensible choice. (Thinks...) Nope, the orange is just too gorgeous! You have converted me to the orange side!

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  61. Those are lovely! I love them both, but if I was forced to pick, the black would be my choice!

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  62. These are lovely. I like the orange one a little better, because of the pattern on the pumpkin.

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  63. These are so cool! I like the pumpkin necklace with the orange background best. :)

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  64. If I am not too late to the party I would like to express my love for all of these ohmahgoodnessthesparklies. Ladies love the sparklies Mrs. Frisby. I've never dipped a toe in making resin molds before, but I'm seriously wanting to now.

    I also like that orange pumpkin one.

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  65. I'm completely digging the orange glitter, and I'm so not a glitter kind of girl! My birthday is the day before Halloween, and it's my favorite holiday. I'd like to offer you a tip to help with the resin bubbles - a BBQ lighter, the long ones with the trigger. Let the flame lightly lick the top of the resin and it will bring all the bubbles to the surface. The next pass should pop it! Learned that from the Resin Crafts Blog! :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  66. We don't even do Halloween over here in New Zealand but I still want one of those! And I love me some orange!

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  67. I'm adoring the black one. They're both gorgeous but that black one, eee!

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  68. Kim G here! I love both, the black would go with more, but the orange makes such a statement... I can see myself wearing the black one for a evening out or even to work to share the season.

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  69. I love both!! If pressed to pick...orange, I think.

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  70. The bracelet and necklaces look awesome! ^_^
    Of the two giveaway pieces, I like the black one more :)

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  71. Those are beautiful! Tough choice, but orange. :-)

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  72. Okay, now I'm thinking I might just have to give resin a try! I need some charms for necklaces for my Disneybounding outfits, and I'm having a hard time finding exactly what I want. Seeing this project gave me the idea that maybe I could experiment with resin to create my own charms. I love your creativity with these! I really like the orange pumpkin - I agree, the orange looks like fire!

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  73. The orange makes me want it to be Halloween right now! So lovely!

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  74. I love the orange one. The pattern on the pumpkin is gorgeous.

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  75. Tough call as I adore that orange sparkle, but as a necklace I think I like the black bat pumpkin. I think the black bat balances with the black glitter better.

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  76. These are so cool! I love the special detail prettyness on the pumpkin in the orange necklace. I might need to find a set of those stickers for myself!

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  77. Love the pumpkin in the orange one and they way the glitter paper looks!

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  78. The orange one is my favorite! Love the little vine across the pumpkin.

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  79. Black, because it reminds me of the Bat Signal. =)

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  80. The black one with the little bat is my fave.

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  81. Anything orange, it's my favourite colour!

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  82. I love how the bat turned out with that pumpkin behind it and the awesome effect of the black glitter paper! Would wear that from September 1st to November 1st. ;-)

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  83. I love the black one, it's like the pumpkin is glowing! :)

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  84. I love love love the orange and white pumpkin pendant!

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  85. The orange is just lovely!!!
    Paula-from-Guate

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  86. The black. I love the way the pumpkin sits in the round.

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  87. Love all of them but especially the orange pendant! -andi

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  88. They're both magnificent! But I think the black bat would suit me better!

    Aud

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  89. I love the black one- it screams Halloween (pardon the pun).

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  90. Ooooohhhh the orange is so beautiful! I would love it!

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  91. The black bat one is my favorite I think. It looks like a cool starry night :3
    Also I think a bib necklace might be in my future... ;)

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  92. The orange one is gorgeous. Nice work!

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  93. Really really really like the orange pumpkin one! Beautiful!

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  94. They are both really pretty but I think I like the orange one best. That statement necklace is very cool! Good work!

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  95. First-time commenting because this batch is so beautiful! I like the black pumpkin!

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  96. Count me in--I heart the orange!

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  97. I love the black one

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  98. Hi Jen, love your site and your crafty sessions. I would LOVE to win the orange necklace, so fingers crossed!

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  99. That's a hard choice!!! But I think the black pumpkin just edges it! X

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  100. The orange pumpkin is just adorable! I literally made a *squeee*! noise when I saw it. :D

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  101. I loooooove the black pumpkin! Thanks for sharing your experiences with resin, I've been wanting to try for ages but feel very intimidated!

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  102. Both are very cool and make me want to try using resin. I think I like the orange one best.

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  103. Love the orange one, now where can I find some resin ....

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  104. I love the orange one! The sparkly paper just looks so neat inside the resin!

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  105. How to choose! They are both fantastic! The orange is the winner, but I'd be thrilled with either!

    Great job on these!

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  106. Ooooh! I really like both of them! But if I had to pick I think I'd go for the black bat one :).

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  107. Ooo! These are so cool! I need that black pumpkin!

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  108. Oh wow! This has inspired me to play with resin again. I love the orange with the pumpkin. I'm thinking of green glitter paper Christmas tree shapes and white glitter snowflakes to make some gift tags, hmmmm

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  109. I love how so many people are being inspired to try resin from this post, while I'm feeling inspired to make more friends who are crafty.... I'm very glad there are creative people in the world like you who help make it a more beautiful place :) (and oh how I love that orange one!)

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  110. Both are beautiful, but the way you describe the Orange has me sold!

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  111. Preeeetty! I like the orange one. :D

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  112. I love the orange one. I see all your projects like this and want to try them but I never feel like I have the time with kids and work, but this looks so cool I may finally break down and give it a try.

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  113. The moment I saw the sticker in the orange one all I thought was "WANT". All the gems are soooo cute but I have a place in my heart just for the orange one. The winner is gonna be so lucky.

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  114. I love this, especially the orange one! I NEED to get one of these kits now, you enabler!

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  115. LOVE them both, but the orange one is the best!

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  116. Alright you may have just convinced me to start playing with resin. Oh. And the orange one!! ;)

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  117. LOVE them both!! The orange is amazing though!

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  118. Those are lovely :) I'd love the black one!

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  119. Beautiful work (as usual) -- I think I prefer the orange one....it is the fiery looking background that did that!

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  120. That's a tough choice, but I'd choose the orange one. :-D

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  121. I honestly love both of them, but I'd probably wear the black one more. But if I win, I don't care which one you give me! They're great!

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  122. That really makes me want to try resin. I've had the crafty itch for a little bit now! And I love love love the black one. And the orange one. And the black one. Argh, why you makes me makes choices?!

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  123. I totally agree, the orange is beautiful!

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  124. I'd love the orange one! Very creative!

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  125. Both are gorgeous! Love the orange one especially!

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  126. Both are beautiful, but the black one is my favorite!

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  127. Both are beautiful!!! I think I like the orange one. Just pops! :)

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  128. Oh my gosh! I'd love wearing the orange one! Now I'll have to try some resin casting of my own! ��

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  129. They're both beautiful, but I prefer the black one. Your jewelry is always beautiful and all your tutorials are great.

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  130. Ooh, they're both so lovely! It's a tough call, but I think the black one calls to me slightly more (maybe because of the bat).

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  131. The orange is beautiful!
    Right now I'm focusing on thinning out my yarn stash, but maybe once I do that I can take up playing with resin. A friend gave me her scrapbook supplies so I'm sure I could find something to turn into jewelry.

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  132. That orange one is simply delicious! Must have it!!
    Everything you made is lovely! I can't use enough exclamation marks to describe it! :)

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  133. I love the orange one because of the color and the scrollwork on the pumpkin. Plus, versatile since you can wear it into November for Thanksgiving/Harvest.

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  134. I love the black one--so cute!

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  135. love the black with the bat! :)

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  136. They're both lovely, but I just love the swirls on the orange one!

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  137. Fun! You're very talented. And fearless, too. I'm so afraid of ruining things. I like the the orange one. :)

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  138. I'm missing Halloween this year as I'm travelling from Cornwall (England) to Atlanta on the 31st :( I do however LOVE the orange pumpkin one with the spiral accents, got something of a Cinderella-esque look to it. I prefer Halloween to be subtle :)

    Anyway, I think it would definitely suit the whole Autumn season soooo if I'm lucky enough, it would make an excellent accessory for my Halloween travels (I'm getting an overnight sleeper train to the airport. On Halloween. Am I crazy?!)

    Glad you're back into resin anyway. I'm a biologist / entomologist and a few friends / colleagues have tried embedding the insects they study in resin for work-apt jewellery pieces, I have't been brave enough to try it myself yet! (I study bees), if I ever do I'll be sending in photos of the results :D

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  139. Both are gorgeous but I love the orange one best!

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  140. Definitely the orange. It has a nice sparkly pop.

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  141. Ooh, I think the orange, glittery background with the pumpkin!

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  142. I think I prefer the orange but I'd love to the see the black one up close, so...

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  143. Oooh! That orange one is so pretty! I just love the swirls!

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  144. Your craftiness is crazy good! I'd love to wear one of your pendents!

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  145. I love them both, but I have a shirt in mind to wear with the orange one! :) thanks for the contest, Jen!

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  146. My kindergarten class would love me in either of these! Love the orange just a smidge more than the black though!

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  147. Love the pumpkin one! You are so talented.

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  148. (I just tried to post this and don't see it, so excuse me if it shows up twice.)

    Those necklaces are awesome! I'd love to win the black one. :)

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  149. The orange. So very much the orange!

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  150. The orange one is beautiful. Mind you I am a huge fan of orange so that might tip the scale a bit.

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  151. I love both very much, but the orange one is just beautiful! Great job again!

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  152. The black one, mostly because of the bat :)

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  153. You are always inspiring me to try new things. I love the black one. Thank you for doing such great things for your readers!

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  154. My daughter Scarlett likes the black necklace... if I win, I'll be giving it to her. ;)

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  155. Well might as well try to win the black pumpkin :) Halloween is my favorite and spooky crafts are the best!

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  156. Both of them are gorgeous, but I positively ADORE the orange one. You're right--it really does look like fire!

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  157. I really really want to try this! Love the orange!

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  158. I like the orange pumpkin, though both are lovely!

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  159. Beautiful pieces! Nicely done, Jen. If chosen, I would like the orange-backed one please.

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  160. Love the black and the 3D affect!

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  161. Orange is gorgeous!

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  162. I love the black bat one! These look so fun!

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  163. I really love the orange one! So pretty! I also think the bib necklace would look really cool if made with a big piece of gothic black lace. :) Great job on all of them!

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  164. The black backed one with the bat is my favourite!

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  165. Both are amazing but if i have to choose I'd pick the orange

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  166. I really like both, but the black with the white pumpkin and bat is my favorite!

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  167. I love the elegance of the orange one with the swirling pattern on the pumpkin

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  168. They are both really pretty but the orange is my favorite

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  169. Love the black...the hyperspace effect!

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  170. I really love the black one!

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  171. I like the one with the black paper and the bat on the pumpkin--looks classy for a pumpkin necklace :)

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