Hi again! I have a new youtube video up. I've really enjoyed exploring what can be done with resin and have especially developed an affinity for 2 part epoxy resin. In an amazing turn of fate The Epoxy Resin Store reached out to sponsor those videos! So, so many more resin videos are to come.... Continue Reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9IbYjpCEJo I'm getting married in March and rather than a traditional guest book, we've decided to have our guests sign a wooden plaque with paint pens. I burned what will be our last name and a few wildflowers on the board and guests will sign around them. Watch the video above to see the full... Continue Reading →
I never know if it's simply the miniature spaces I frequent, or a worldwide phenomenon, but I've been seeing miniature pottery pop up everywhere. Maybe not as popular as miniature cooking, but a close second. And I might just like watching miniature pottery throwing videos more than mini cooking videos. But that's just me. In... Continue Reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5qru7vXSnE I'm getting married in 2020, and keep seeing items with that in mind. My colors are blue and gold, and shortly after becoming engaged I sew these jewelry charms at the craft store, and knew I had to use them for a resin project. So I got some dried flowers and off I went.... Continue Reading →
I had been working on quite a few resin pieces, and the videos for those, in their raw forms, were still on my SD card. So, I now present to you one of those projects - just a relaxing watch me, resin pouring and music.
Japan has all the cute things, there's no arguing there. And some of those things are Kracie Popin' Cookin' candy making kits. These kits come with molds, tools and powder that you mix with water, to make pretty realistic looking food - that's edible candy. I got a couple kits from a cultural fair in... Continue Reading →
Inspired by some of these crafts I've been doing for Youtube, I've been creating digital artworks with the results. Per request of some Instagram followers I made a timelapse video of an image I created with my pull string art (that you saw here yesterday). So here goes... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp1X_JDS7ZE
So this thing has been going around Instagram and I had to try it out. To my delight, my very inexperienced results, turned out really well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAFSNXB0Aoo&t=4s