Beat the Heat ICE Resin® Giveaway

ICE Resin® is a cool way to capture unique elements inside a pendant or charm for a focal piece with your own added flair. What cool design would you make with ICE Resin®? We want to give you the chance to win a cool kit so you can create your designs. Two winners will be chosen to win an ICE Resin® kit featuring a 4 oz. bottle of resin, a 4 oz. bottle of hardener, eight cups and eight sticks. Each winner will also choose up to $25 worth of collage and mixed media components to include in his or her individual kit, like transfer sheets, picture frame pendants and much more. To enter the contest, leave a comment below telling us what you would make and with what components for a chance to win. Two winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by e-mail. Visit our mixed media collage page to view what you can choose if you win. Check out our how to use ICE Resin® Handy Tip in the Learning Center to explore ways to use this delightful tool, too.

One entry per person, must be 18 or older to enter. This contest runs from Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at 12:01AM and ends on Sunday, July 24, 2011 at 11:59PM PT. Winners will be announced Monday, July 25, 2011. No purchase necessary to enter. Open to U.S. and Canada Residents excluding Quebec. Prizes valued at approximately $50 each.

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    • Liz Crafton
    • July 24, 2011

    I moved away from my home town – where I was surrounded by family and friends – about a year ago. It’s been a struggle just surviving financially since the move, so, I don’t get to visit home as much as I would want. I would use the Nunn Design Antique Silver-Plated Brass Small Round Frame Adorno Bracelet to showcase the pictures of my nieces and nephews and my sister; I’ve been very lonely since I’ve moved and it would be a great way to keep them close to me while we’re apart.

    • Linda K
    • July 24, 2011

    Love Ice Resin! Next project might be a bracelet for my Mom with pics of her grandkids and one with pics of Hawaii with tiny seashells for my aunt. I have done several pendants with polymer clay pieces, glass shards and beads and they always sell quickly!

    • Allison Wolff
    • July 24, 2011

    I would make pendants and bracelet charms using reduced versions of my own original art covered with ice resin. I think the idea of turning my body into a miniature art gallery is lots of fun! 🙂

    • Julie
    • July 24, 2011

    Using the bird transfer sheets, I would make a bracelet, earrings & necklace. Living in Portlandia – put a bird on it!!

    • Lisa V
    • July 24, 2011

    I am just getting interested in jewelry making. I just know I would put anything to good use!

    • shelley lawrence
    • July 24, 2011

    I would use the ice resin kit to make a military bracelet. I’d use pictures of the men in my family that have served in the past and my son that is in the USMC. This would be a tribute to them and to all who serve for our freedom.

    • Julie Elmore
    • July 24, 2011

    I would appreciate the win for the resin kits to make cremation keepsakes for my family for my daddy who passed away July 3, 2011. I am hoping to put a picture of him on one side and a bit of his cremains inside a resin “worry” stone. A way to keep a bit of him with each of us and have him to talk to.

  1. I love to work with copper and brass so those would be my key metals. I would use old photos and I have some fantastic vintage catalogs that I could photos from as well. The idea of a vintage necklace or bracelet using the bezels makes me happy. I like the idea of including a charm or found item in the bezel especially if it protrudes just enough to give is some texture.

  2. I would make some killer cuff bracelets with it! I would also paint some metal findings and put the ice resin on top for a superior finish. Thanks for having the giveaway.

    • Janet T
    • July 24, 2011

    I work with a lot of children who often give me little flowers or drawings. I would like to start making charms with the items, and eventually give them back to the students when they move on to junior high.

    • Mary Taylor
    • July 24, 2011

    It would be new to me . I’d love to try it.

  3. I make pendants to benefit local a sports league, and I use Ice Resin for them and LOVE the quality of it!! I also want to try making multilevel and colored resin designs.

    • delayne
    • July 24, 2011

    I’m so interested in working with resin and would love to try ICE! My fun project? Making a pendant for my granddaughter. 🙂

    • Jim
    • July 24, 2011

    Looks like a great prize to win! I would try embedding tiny agates and colored stones that i’ve collected over the years.

  4. I would use the Picture Frame Pendants to make charms for my sisters and niece.

  5. I’m adding second comment to correct website typo in the first post.

    • Ruth
    • July 24, 2011

    I would love to expand my jewelry making to include ice resin. My customers tell me they like big earrings that are light-weight; use an open back copper frame with a photograph.

    • Lauren F Hernandez
    • July 24, 2011

    I’ve always wanted to use resin. Perhaps i would place a dried flower from my flower box it resin in a pink painted frame. And antique the paint. 🙂

    • Jamie
    • July 24, 2011

    I’d use a Sterling Picture Frame Pendant and make a necklace out of it.

    • YVONNE GORAUM
    • July 24, 2011

    … I have some incredibly small (think TINY) and beautiful sea shells that I want to make into jewelry by using ICE resin.
    After watching people work with resin, I believe a resin project would be the perfect way to show off my beautiful and oh, so tiny shells. I also have enough assorted-sized shells to make Christmas Ornaments for my daughter-in-law … who loves the beach so much that she chose it as the wedding venue to marry my son.
    I recently saw a BEAUTIFUL Christmas tree decorated TOTALLY in shells and shell-themed ornaments — it was one of the MOST BEAUTIFUL Christmas trees I have ever seen! I woule LOVE to surprise them both with shell-themed resin ornaments this Christmas. She would be wonderfully surprised with shell ornaments!
    One of these ICE Resin kits will allow me to make jewelry (and Christmas ornaments) with my BEAUTIFUL t& TINY Sea Shells.
    Pick me to win one of the ICE Resin Kits and I will make BEAUTIFUL projects … Pick Me, Pick Me, Pick Me …
    🙂

    • Shirley G
    • July 24, 2011

    I want to win an ICE Resin Kit so I can make a photo-bracelet of my children and grand-children, side-by-side with all photos being taken at the same age for everyone.
    This is a great opportunity to create something truly unique and special.
    So, please …
    pick me, 🙂
    pick me, 🙂
    pick me! 🙂
    🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Re
    • July 24, 2011

    It would be fun to make a charm bracelet with all the little things that my grandson & I gather on our walks through the yard; Flowers and leaves that we dry, cool rocks and even a 4 leaf clover.

    • Darlene G
    • July 25, 2011

    Using frames, I would make a bracelet that tells a story. For example: My son loves trains. He was granted his wish to drive a train when he was six years old. I think this event would make a really neat bracelet and people would ask about it and I could share his story.

    • Teresa
    • July 25, 2011

    I’ve been hoarding frame links and pendents for a couple of years for an Ice Resin pour. All spring I picked Forget-me-nots and dried them in silica gel to set in resin. The other idea I’m planning to do is use cool Postage stamps I’ve collected…such great images and themes!
    The shear number of postings tells me there’s a great deal of excitement about this product!

  6. I would cast real sea stars and sea shells in bezels… what a nice way to preserve souvenirs from that trip to the beach!

    • Connie
    • July 25, 2011

    I would use Ice Resin to make some bottle cap magnets for some weddings I was invited to. I would use items from the wedding invitations and other things like small sea shells, music note brads and other things appropriate to each wedding.

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