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Please find below a list of all the materials and equipment used in this project, all available to buy right here on the GlassCast website. Shown alongside each product is the approximate quantity used in the tutorial video, to the nearest full pack.

SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Set of 16 x 3g Thumbnail
PG-SH-PACK16-0003SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Set of 16 x 3g£29.95 /each

GlassCast 10 Epoxy Resin for Jewellery Making - 1kg Thumbnail
EP-G10-1GlassCast 10 Epoxy Resin for Jewellery Making - 1kg£23.95 /kit

CULR Epoxy Pigment - 10 Colour Starter Set (10x20ml) Thumbnail
PG-CU-PACK10-002CULR Epoxy Pigment - 10 Colour Starter Set (10x20ml)£24.95 /each

Total £0.00

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Ocean Inspired Jewellery - The Storm Approaches

Karen creates these stunning rings using GlassCast 10 resin and various pigments using inspiration from her surroundings and recently launched them under the brand of 'The Storm Approaches'.

The pieces are so atmospheric - thank you for sharing your work!

ABOUT KAREN MACKAY DESIGNS

Karen Mackay Designs

Karen is a Graphic and web designer living and working on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. When lockdown started in March all work evaporated overnight due to the majority of Karen's clients being from the tourism sector.

Feeling the panic, Karen started painting and drawing, trying to think of ways to make make some money by selling her art, whilst researching Karen stumbled across a resin artist on YouTube who was creating ‘ocean effect’ artwork using resin and decided to give it a try.

As soon as the first artwork was created Karen was hooked! The colours and fluid movement of the resin was exactly the kind of effect she was looking for and she realised she could use this style and the techniques in other projects.

Jewellery became a natural step and Karen was blown away by the gorgeous colours and scope using resin.

Launching her own brand “The Storm Approaches” selling Homeware and jewellery, Karen has launched an Etsy shop and has turned her house into a mini factory and is excited to try new designs for her jewellery pieces!


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USED IN THIS PROJECT

Want to buy the same materials and equipment used in this tutorial? We've got you!

Please find below a list of all the materials and equipment used in this project, all available to buy right here on the GlassCast website. Shown alongside each product is the approximate quantity used in the tutorial video, to the nearest full pack.

SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Set of 16 x 3g Thumbnail
PG-SH-PACK16-0003SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Set of 16 x 3g£29.95 /each

GlassCast 10 Epoxy Resin for Jewellery Making - 1kg Thumbnail
EP-G10-1GlassCast 10 Epoxy Resin for Jewellery Making - 1kg£23.95 /kit

CULR Epoxy Pigment - 10 Colour Starter Set (10x20ml) Thumbnail
PG-CU-PACK10-002CULR Epoxy Pigment - 10 Colour Starter Set (10x20ml)£24.95 /each

Total £0.00

ABOUT KAREN MACKAY DESIGNS

Karen Mackay Designs

Karen is a Graphic and web designer living and working on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. When lockdown started in March all work evaporated overnight due to the majority of Karen's clients being from the tourism sector.

Feeling the panic, Karen started painting and drawing, trying to think of ways to make make some money by selling her art, whilst researching Karen stumbled across a resin artist on YouTube who was creating ‘ocean effect’ artwork using resin and decided to give it a try.

As soon as the first artwork was created Karen was hooked! The colours and fluid movement of the resin was exactly the kind of effect she was looking for and she realised she could use this style and the techniques in other projects.

Jewellery became a natural step and Karen was blown away by the gorgeous colours and scope using resin.

Launching her own brand “The Storm Approaches” selling Homeware and jewellery, Karen has launched an Etsy shop and has turned her house into a mini factory and is excited to try new designs for her jewellery pieces!


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