I thought it was time to do another video!
I have done a lot of experimenting with resin of late, and I have couple of the products I mention in the video has made this so much easier! Hope you all find this useful.
PS: don't forget I have a special on with resin at the moment! $25% OFF SPECIAL
Any questions, feel free to ask away! :)
I often hear horror stories, well maybe not horror stories as such but bad experiences with resin... Personally I think resin is one of those products you either love or hate... I loved it first time and have never looked back. Sure I have a made lots of mistakes but I think that is helpful in understanding a product. My advice with resin is to start small and work up... and practice with it first... Learn about your product!! I have just made a quick video on the basic of pouring resin.. I have not really done videos before so I hope this is ok, feel free to ask any questions.
A couple of things I forgot to mention...
Grab A Seat Sunday
This is inspired by my neighbor (not that she knows it yet) Christmas rolls around so quickly so I thought lets start now...
I will be opening my studio for free to those that have projects they want to work on! Bring a project and lets get to it.
You bring yourself, your project and the bits and bobs you need for it... snacks if you want.
You can leave your project here for next time if you want or take it with you.
Sunday Afternoons - 1-4pm
Book your place now, only 6 seats available, so bookings are essential.
THE FINE PRINT
Although it is free, if you use my products a small fee may be incurred.
One of my favourite recipes... I make them for friends every chance I get! So easy and so yum. Have even been known to send them around the country!!
1 tblspn Lemongrass
1 tblspn Ginger
4 cloves Garlic (medium sized)
½ tspn Coriander fresh root or stalks
1 small onion (pickling onion type size) reasonably finely chopped
Fresh Chili or Chili flakes according to your tastes (optional)
Pound in Mortar and Pestle until is broken down (kind of mushy)
400g Minced Chicken (I buy free range and mince it myself.)
50g Mushroom Portabello of Button(grated) (optional)
I tblspn Soy Sause
1 tblspn Fish Sauce
dash of Sesame Oil
Mix all ingredients and leave in fridge, covered over night for best flavour adsorption.
I was lucky enough to be given a big box of walnut shells.
Wahoo, got to 600 liker's to on my Facebook page so here is a little freebie in celebration. (Not for commercial use without permission)
A few weeks ago I said I would do a blog on how to marble or add a dye surface to paper... So finally this is it!
Years ago when I was living in Auckland I went to a creative class how to make my own stamps. These are not them,but I do have them some where. I needed a stamp recently, so I hunted out some kids rubbers and made my own.
Given happenings over the last couple of weeks. I am really sorry, I like to take people on their word but sadly no shows and cancellations do not pay the rent or for my time spent making products or for products purchased for specific workshops or for the time setting up the workshop.
So for those reasons...
I have decided to add terms and conditions to my workshops.
This is effective as of 6 March 2014
Hi There.... Welcome
Altered Image Studios
86 Lorna Street, Lynmouth
06 757 8830 - 0211853970
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