Flowers, Paint & Resin – Random Gallery

Nature makes the best beautiful.

I love all sorts of colours – some of my favourites from this month.

Resin, I’m falling for resin.  I love these little resin & alcohol ink “bits”.  These will be necklaces eventually.

25 responses to “Flowers, Paint & Resin – Random Gallery”

  1. I love the purple one with the flecks of gold. ☺

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    1. Thankyou, that is my fav too – I’m attracted to purple way too much.

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  2. All of these are gorgeous, making it difficult to pick a fave, but right now the rectangle and squares in the lower left speak to me the most…

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    1. Ah, resin and ink – they are not predictable, and go their own way – I see why you feel pulled to them 🙂

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  3. I like the rose/pink on the right in the third row…will be a great necklace. Mighty fine resin pieces!

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    1. Yes, think the circles are going o be made up next. That was he second one I ever made 🙂 Thanks for your compliment Margo.

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  4. These are completely gorgeous. The little lovehearts, the rosy-cerise block and the turquoise are my favourites. I can’t believe you can make these!

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    1. Thanks Ali. All of them are making me very happy, and they are such fun to do. Really easy if you have the time and space to let them set up level. I’m going to make the hearts into earrings I think – or maybe a chunky ring – not sure.

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  5. Ah believe it Ali, she’s a clever person! I love the rectangle #1 and the Rectangle 2 and squares because they look as though you have imprisoned flowers inside hem -especially the #2. All these are beautiful ad show your craft so well.

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    1. Thanks Mum, they are fun to do, and you can be sure I’m going to be doing more – I want to make coasters now!

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  6. These are utterly fabulous, exquisite, delightful, decadent, I am lost for the right word to describe just how strongly they speak to me. Wonderful work, Claudette!

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    1. Ah, Osyth, you always know just what to say (even when you can’t!) 🙂 I love the random surprise of turning them out to find what they look like.

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  7. once again totally cool. The one on the crocheted bit looks like a Gothic novel and the one next to it looks like a pillow.

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    1. glad my cool rating is maintaining 🙂 Thanks for liking my pretties. Not seeing the Gothic novel – but totally get the pillow. 🙂

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  8. Ooooh, I really like these! The bottom left rectangle and squares look like pressed flowers. Quite lovely. Must be fun to express yourself in such a creative manner.

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    1. It is, major fun. The resin ones (that look like the might be flowers) are such a surprise because you only see the back when you add the ink – so until they are set up and turned out of the mold they are complete mysteries. Thanks for your lovely compliment.

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  9. OOOH – I see a resin Wednesday coming up – these are too luscious for words!!

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    1. Yes, they are good fun, and the mystery is the fun part (or not) 🙂

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  10. Such beautiful creations, all of them. Purple, my all time favourite colour, that one is exquisite. 💜

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    1. We are purple friends then, it’s my go to colour. Thank you for your lovely kind words Miriam.

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      1. You’re very welcome.

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  11. Loving the red and blue resin! beautiful combo of colors. Have you ever visited https://www.reddit.com/r/unstirredpaint/ ? You’ll see a lot of cool art similar to that.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Betsy. I will check that out.

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      1. You’re welcome! I hope you find inspiration and continue your work 🙂

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