Ep. 860 – Spellbinders Media Mixage

Scrap Time - Ep. 860 - Spellbinders Media Mixage Products

Today I am showing you a sampling of the new Spellbinders Media Mixage Collection! We are focusing on the new Bezels with co-ordinating dies. Spellbinders teamed up with Susan Lenart Kazmer. She designed a line of jewelry bezels, then Spellbinders designed a die that co-ordinates. This makes cutting the paper a cinch!! Now you will have perfectly sized paper for those bezel designs! They come in a variety of sizes and designs. Above I used the large oval with 2 smaller ovals. I cut the paper from the new Spellbinders Ephemera Paper pad using the dies. I then stamped dream and added a resin flower. I filled the bezels with Ice Resin and then added some glitter.

Scrap Time - Ep. 860 - Spellbinders Media Mixage Products

On this necklace I first painted the bezel with the Vintaj Patinas. I then cut my papers and added them into my bezels. I filled them with the Ice Resin as well. After I completed my pendants I decided to add a bit more patina. I recommend finishing with the Patinas before adding the resin, or else you may get some sticking to the resin.

I cut all the paper using the new Media Mixage Artisan X-plorer die cutter. I love this machine because it is small, making it quick and easy to cut the small dies. You can also emboss with the machine.

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On the next episode I am showing you the Fancy Pants Designs Trend Setter Collection!

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2 Comments

  1. Kathy E
    Posted May 7, 2013 at 8:45 am | Permalink

    Hi Christine, The jewellery you made is really cute. I wonder if it is possible to use layers of utee to fill in the bezels, because I have some of that but I don’t have any ice resin.

    • CHRISTINE URIAS
      Posted May 7, 2013 at 8:58 am | Permalink

      You can try using UTEE. I think there is something you can add to UTEE to make it more jewelry grade, but I forget what it is called. Maybe someone else reading this might know. Since the UTEE would be in a bezel it may be ok.

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