I am still working on perfecting scrabble tiles. Oh my goodness. They are so cute but unfortunately some of the pendants have kind of like a sunken middle where I used the Diamond Glaze. Maybe I should have worked from the middle to to the outside instead of the other way round.
Then tonight....I started a few more....I found another product which is brush on. I tried that. It is still wet so I still see the brush strokes in my two trial tiles. What is this stuff....let me go see to tell you....Oh it is "Triple Thick Brilliant Brush On Gloss Glaze" and it comes in a little pot. I purchased it at Michaels.
Then I tried on another tile, a Jolly Rogers motif with "Aleene's Paper Glaze" that I found also at Michaels. I tried putting it on the tile by filling in the middle first and then filling in the edges....I see tiny little bubbles on the edge.
Tomorrow morning I will assess the work and maybe after that I will try a trial of regular two part resin and will let you in on the comparison.
I didn't kow about Diamond Glaze until I met, Christine Hansen at a street fair. She is the co-author of the book "Making Mixed Media Art Charms and Jewelry" with Peggy Krzyzewski. She told me she used Diamond Glaze because you didn't have to mix resin at the right temperature and it was goof proof.
Well being the want to "know more" person I am....I got on line and researched some more and realized that there were tons of tutorials and videos for making scrabble tile pendants. All were about pouring on resin to make a rounded, slightly magnified pendant. Was that what I wanted? Or does a more flat organic look work more for me?....maybe both. So tomorrow, when everything dries, I will know more. These first efforts may meet the landfill - although they are cute...or maybe I will make a first effort charm bracelet just for me so I won't waste product. But any which way, I will report to you, dear reader.