Seashells Pendants | IntoTheWoods

Seashells Pendants | IntoTheWoods


Good morning. I think summer season is open now. Though it’s almost July outside, but only now I’m free from studying… Let’s start. I didn’t have any special tools, so I used an office knife to make holes. The process is extremely long. Some shells I bought already had holes in the middle. I “close” them with polymer clay. For the first shell I used decorative foil. I don’t know why I used school glue instead of nail polish. After glue drying I removed foil. On the smaller shell I applied superglue. I’m not sure how to explain it, but I made this construction of pin in the way that “eyes” of pin were perpendicular each other. This is the simplest pendant: small glued shells inside the bigger one and epoxy resin. Next comes “sand”. Actually it was buckwheat flour. I used the same superglue. As a pigment I added hair crayons, but I didn’t like the colour and later made the second resin layer coloured with food dye. Now go painted shells. I paint it with acrylics and gouache. On Pinterest I created board with pictures I used for this video and I of course will gradually replenish it. No. I’m not doing idiocy… Now I do. I cover shells with resin to protect patterns and to fix pins. I hope you found useful information in this video. And… Let’s make the world a little bit better!

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