Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Been Busy

Hi Everyone
yes busy busy here of late I'm making bezels like there's no tommorow LOL.
Im so enjoying teaching the ice resin ever since I first started selling it back in December 2009
Here is a house I have just finished, its so hard to take a good shot.I just want to thank everyone who I have taught and who has bought the iceresin off me I really appreciate it.


More Bezels awaiting the ice resin.
If your interested in a class or buying the ice resin from me please just email me at
Im off to brissie in two weeks to teach again so thanks everyone
Jen

27 comments:

Sherry Goodloe said...

Love these pieces you have created Jen!

Julie van Oosten said...

These look fantastic Jen, all I can say is that they look so good in the flesh!

Marie-Aimée said...

I love these pieces

Dorthe said...

your little house is so fantastic, love it.

Dorthe

Ro Bruhn said...

The resin's fabulous stuff Jen I'm hooked too.

Rach said...

You're awesome Jen!

Michelle said...

Lovely house - the ICE resin adds depth to it.

Samantha Marshall said...

They look very cool!

Dawnie said...

you rock Crozza xxx

Marilyn Rock said...

Your house is awesome! I wish I could take a class of yours!

WondrousStrange said...

You are going to make me get the resin out...I don't have time for the learning curve...but these are just wonderful creations..you are going to make me get the resin out:)

Alice said...

Your bezels are awesome! I've been wanting to get some ICE resin for some time now, but really don't have time to try out a new medium.

I'd love to take a class...but travel is an issue. Sigh.

Sarah said...

Fabulous bezels Jen, cant wait to catch up with you in Brissie..

Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Jen,thanks for stopping by! LOVE your little house, its adorable. Good luck teaching, sounds like it will be a blast. Take care. Riki

Diana said...

Your bezels are wonderful, Jen! I know your class will go well. Your students are so fortunate to have you share your talents.
Hugs
Diana

diane said...

Oh, these are fabulous Jen! Great work =)

lindacreates said...

These are great Jen! Hooray for you, doing so well. You deserve it!

FOUND OBJECT ART said...

Hi Jen, I'm so glad you found my blog too because now i can share yours!! :) you have made some amazing and beautiful pieces of work thanks for sharing :)

Kim said...

I didn't realise you were selling the resin as well as teaching it. DOH!!! I have placed an order for some elsewhere. Next time I'll give it to you instead. Wow you have been busy! Can't wait to get my bits to play now! Looks like the captain doesn't even have time to change his pants these days you're so busy! LOL! Wonderful bezels Jen.

Riki Schumacher said...

Hey Jen, you're entered in the contest!! Thanks so much. Take care, Riki

Night Owl Designs said...

Beautiful work as always Jen! You're too clever :-)

Genevieve said...

So when are you coming back to the wild west to teach us this ice resin stuff? Maybe you could encourage JVO to get organised with this Bali Art/Spa retreat she's mentioned....

Cheers!

tarnishedandtattered.blogsot.com said...

Jen,
I don't know about ice resin, I've used wax resin and just regular resin in art. I would be interested in trying it. Any info on how to use? Lisa
BTW, blown away as always be your amazing art!

Susan Tuttle said...

hi jen:)
how are you? such delightful pieces made with ice resin -- what a neat product!

wanted to let you know how much my kids cherish the kangaroo and the koala:)

xo

Charlene said...

I just went to an Art Event last weekend & they taught us to do jewelry very similar to the pieces you are showing. I have heard that the ICE Resin is the best. The girls teaching the class did not use the ICE in class but, said it was the best. I am friends with Lisa from Tarnished & Tattered & that is how I found you today. Small world isn't it? I'll be posting a few of my pieces from class in a day or two. Thanks for sharing & good luck on your teaching. Charlene

Sherri said...

that Ice Resin is AWESOME. Love your pieces.

Jay said...

Those pieces are awesome. The little house looks so cute. How I wish I could take your class. Good luck and God bless!
-Building a home