Another of my trademark chameleon resin feather dishes.😍 I absolutely love making these…. the end results are so satisfying, and making them is such fun - if a little on the messy side! 🤣🤣 First, I line the silicone mould of my choice with carefully painted on Mica powder. Be warned- The Mica powder is super light and does float in the air very easily, so don’t do this process if you have other makes curing… honestly this stuff gets everywhere but it’s just so pretty😍🤣 I then mix up my resin and add some black pigment to it - you really need the black to highlight the colours, and to get that beautiful reflective chameleon effect to it best. I allow it to cure, remove it from the mould and then add some gorgeously shiny metallic edging …this one has been done in gold. It is made of a ♥STUNNING♥ colour changing chameleon Mica from @perfectpearlsandpigments 😍 It has a shiny metallic bright gold edging, and changes colour in the light. The ✼✼aMaZiNg✼✼ colourshift ranges from metallic Neptune blue tones to shimmery purple ones, which complement each other so beautifully. It measures approximately 23cm x 8cm x 3cm, and has a gorgeous shine, and is made with @vistaresin Head on over to my Etsy shop now to grab yours🤩🤩👏👏 . . . . . . . . . #feathers #resinart #resin #resincraft #resintutorial #resinprocess #handmade #handmadewithlove #handmadeuk #etsy #etsyfinds #handmadefinds #colour #colourful #blue #dish #instalove #instagood #instadaily #design #art #artistsoninstagram #saturdayvibes #saturday #trinketdish #bedroomdecor #homedecor #interiordesign #interiordecor #hincharmy (at Kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQTpJCvMFoF/?utm_medium=tumblr
It's dress family reunion time!!
As I just recently finished dress number 5 using (a variant) of the same pattern I decided to show them all of in one post.
The family legacy started a couple of years ago with the dark red dress (like dried blood almost but not as brown).
It's linen with a golden glitter thread woven into it. You can cinch in the shoulder part for a sleeveless fit or leave o
It unruffled for a semblance of sleeves.
Imade it to attend a dear friend's graduation ceremony from film school. It's an overdress, with a corresponding underdress to go with it. You have to wear something underneath as it just has a slit going down the entire skirt front. I often wear a coordinating skirt with it instead of the underdress nowadays, so I can change it up.
2018 I used version B of the bodice to make myself a birthday dress. This version doesn't have the shoulder straps for gathering. The bodice has a beautiful sakura print and I made layered circle skirts for the bottom part (which are also longer in the back). I got the fabric for the skirts from a relative.
Last year I made another dress using version A (like the original dark red dress) from a beautifully machine embroidered white linen. It's thicker than the dark red linen, so that contributes to a slightly different look. I added a permanent underskirt panel in a golden sand colour. The waistband is also made from the golden sand coloured linen.
This year I created the green patchwork dress using version B. The skirt of that dress is printed fabric that only looks like patchwork and I did actual patchwork on the bodice from the fabric scraps, as I've retroactively decided to not only do a (fake) patchwork skirt but an actual patchwork dress ! The skirt part has side gadots for a bit of added interest and lace, because obviously. I also changed up the waistband of the green dress and used another method to create it, just to see the difference.
The purple & pink dress was also made in 2021, from pink linen (with golden glitter thread) and purple linen (with silver glitter thread) and a purple cotton for the underskirt. That's the same kind of linen I've used for the original red dress. This dress also started out life as a skirt (a pointy circle skirt) but I upgraded it this year into a dress. Why not change up your clothes by transforming them into something else?
And the legacy is likely to continue in the future...
It's my 21st Buy Me a Drink Pin, 21st Birthday Party Pin, Gift for 21 Year Old, 21st Birthday Decorations, 21st Birthday Gift by PetalPerceptions https://ift.tt/3aY5LJN