Thursday, July 20, 2017

How to Make a Resin Mold Using an Ink Stamp

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I do like using clear ink stamps that are coupled with little acrylic blocks.  But I never considered using them as resin molds until I came across Katherine Swift of Resin Obsession's clever tutorial on how to do so!


She uses alumidust powder colorants which are available on Resin Obsession. Other materials I've used in the past include the Pearl-Ex micropowders as well.

This tutorial uses square ink stamps which more or less fits metal bezel pendants of the same shape and size.  If you don't have metal bezels to fit the ink stamps you have, I would consider making your own polymer clay or resin clay.

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