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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    • Sue Cole
    • July 23, 2011

    I would put some words and some small collage elements or some dried flowers in a necklace pendant.

    • MJ Grant
    • July 23, 2011

    I see in my minds eye; clothing. Multiple arrangement of ice resin arranged as fabric. ”
    Kool on Kool, to keep Kool !!!!
    “It’s already accomplished, just let me know when it’ll be delivered. #:^} !!!!!

  1. I’ve been wanting to try the ice resin – I’d love to be able to make pendants or other accessories with photos. It looks like a really versatile product!

    • Michelle R.
    • July 23, 2011

    I’d make a charm bracelet with pictures of all of the doggies I’ve shared my life with…I miss them.

    • Peggy Paszkiewicz
    • July 23, 2011

    Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. I am new to beading and I would try to make a picture frame pendant!

    • Peggy Paszkiewicz
    • July 23, 2011

    I am new to beading. I would like to try to make a pendant, one with a picture frame. Picture on one side, words on the other. Thank you!

    • Kris Peterson Dadant
    • July 24, 2011

    I’ve been wanting to delve into this medium.

    • Mary Mazurette
    • July 24, 2011

    I am not sure what I would make, the possibilities are endless. And its something new I have not tried yet. I would love the chance to try it.

  2. I have been wanting to try this, but my money situation has been real tight. I would love to try encasing bugs and butterfly wings with ICE; tiny mosaics from gemstone chips; and using vintage ephemera to make pendants, charms and bracelets. I would also love to inlay into metals as I work with metals now. Thank you so very much for this chance to win ICE Resin!

  3. I have wanted to experiment with this for some time now. I would love to make pendants with small flowers, leaves and other small nature items. My brother is a wonderful artist and I could capture some of his work as well!!! Possibilities are endless!

    • Joni
    • July 24, 2011

    This would be an awesome prize. I’d probably make pendants for necklaces.

    • Teresa U-Martin
    • July 24, 2011

    I would try my hand at making a necklace ,bracelet and earring set wyth a amber prehystoric look by adding beautiful dragonfly design..

    I’ve done beading since my youth…I’m now 53 so yeah I’m up for learning a new method!!

    I would be thrilled to win these products!!

  4. I would DEFINATELY make some really cool pendants and bracelets to add to my jewelry collection!

  5. A friend of mine has been asking me to make her a ring so that would be the first thing I would make 🙂

    You have great contests! Thank you!!!!!

    • Denise Malbrough
    • July 24, 2011

    I’ve always wanted to, but never have worked with resin…this would be my chance to experiment and learn such an exciting craft! Thank you for the chance to win!

    • Luz Nava
    • July 24, 2011

    I would use it to put in small mementos in a keepsake bracelet, or just small frames with baby’s lock of hair, first tooth, small picture. encase beads inside small frames, the possibilities are endless. Pour it on dry flowers and make jewelry out of it. by putting them in molds. I have tons of ideas.

  6. I would make a ring with a tiny beaded paper motif as the focal.

  7. i would love to win this, since i have not tried it yet. i would use some of the leaves and moss and wonderful gifts of nature that i collect each autumn in oregon. what a great giveaway! thank you.

    • Christy Sammons
    • July 24, 2011

    I would like to try it out as on my Page I make Jewelry and other items to Benefit Relay for Life and I think it would be awesome to be able to create unique pendants and such for people to memorialize or honor a loved one. Thanks for the chance!!

  8. I would use the gold frame.Put a pic of the Eiffel Tower and add a light touch of blue color and silver glitter to make it look like the night sky..

    • Marie
    • July 24, 2011

    I plan on making a small collage-type shadow box. Using a picture of my daughter and niece on the beach when they were little as the background and adding small shells, stones, sea glass from the beach to give it a 3D effect.

    • Kelly
    • July 24, 2011

    I suffer from PTSD and just started making jewellery a couple of months ago to keep my mind and hands occuipied, and am absolutely loving it! I’ve already sold some pieces of my own design, and have orders in as special requests from friends. I would love to try the Ice Resin in creating my own pendants or bracelet pieces. For my 1st project, I would use some lapis lazulite chips that I just bought, along with crystals to make a pendant. Lapis Lazulite has healing energy for anxiety, insomnia, pain and calms the mind. It also enhances creativity, so what more could I ask for, for using Ice Resin to create a beautiful piece that would help me, and possibly someone else!!

    • Sara Jones
    • July 24, 2011

    I only recently started beading & love it so much, I’m looking to do more with different types of media. I want to give Ice Resin a try… the possibilities seem endless. Mostly, I would love to use dried flowers & resin to made focal beads for jewelry.

    • Angela Zonis
    • July 24, 2011

    I would make a bracelet for my hero which is my mom. With different pictures of her children and grandchildren. My mom is always so helpful to everyone around her she deserves something this special.

    • Jenn
    • July 24, 2011

    I would try my hand with some of the silver pendants and inspirational word image to create some meaningful necklaces

    • Erika
    • July 24, 2011

    I haven’t used ice resin, I need to try it out. I’d love to make some pendants.

  9. I found this on FB so I thought I would give it a try. I am a graphic design student and they have drummed into us to find a creative way to present our portfolio. I think this would be an awesome give away at the portfolio show. Have each bracelet show my best pieces. It would give me a leg up on my competition as it would make me memorable to perspective employers. Not the same old portfolio/resume for me. I hope you choose me because I would love to give this a go.

  10. I would love to be able to use this to make a bracelet for my wedding of our parents and grandparents. I would use their wedding photos and have my something old and something new in one family heirloom!

  11. I never used this product but i would love to try ICE RESIN and combine my sea glass,with sea themed transfers to make beautiful jewelry!!

    • Nadine
    • July 24, 2011

    I love Ice Resin!

  12. I would make a storyline bracelet, using the frame bracelet.

    I would start with a picture of a sonogram or a newborn picture. Then a picture of them at 2 years old, elementary school, middle school, high school and then collage. Working my way up through the years. Ending the bracelet with a birthstone bead and a letter charm of that child’s name, dangling from the bracelet. It would making this bracelet a lovely keepsake!

    • Danielle
    • July 24, 2011

    I have been wanting to make wine charms for each of my family members. I have been thinking about how to make the wine charms specific to each individual and ice resin seams like the best idea. I could use their pictures or the letter of their first name and then use other charms with items that they like. Then when ever they come over they could get “Their” special wine charm from my charm box.

    • Deborah Kay
    • July 24, 2011

    I love the give away idea!!! Obviously, I’d make some jewelry from the kit, preserving some my favorite family pictures shrunk to size. For something different, I think I’d make coasters with my children’s artwork shrunk to size. That way our family and friends can enjoy their talents and boost their self esteem.

    • Theresa
    • July 24, 2011

    I would like to make pendants for necklaces for my sisters for christmas presents. I thought making them with pictures of their kids & grandkids would be really nice.

  13. there are many possiblities for this product, i my self would use it to keep very special memories that i hold dear to my heart, like a lock of my childs hair, maybe there 1st tooth, there 1st picture at the time of birth. like i said for very special memories.

  14. This looks like a super fun way to make new focal beads for my creations.
    I am always looking for something bold, yet different so that my pieces don’t look like everyone else. I think I would play around with making a photo bracelet of my mom’s grandkids for her as s suprise.

    • Pamela
    • July 24, 2011

    I gathered several small shells on our trip to Maine last month. This would be an awesome way to make charms to hang from a bracelet that everyone will want to “sea!!”

    • Sherry
    • July 24, 2011

    I have been wanting a way to put vintage family photos in a cabochon to incorporate into my bead embroidery—I think this is the answer I have been looking for. Awesome!

  15. I would love to make a bracelet for my aunt of images from her European vacation that she just took with my cousins! 🙂

    • Linda K
    • July 24, 2011

    I would use this to make bracelets featuring pictures of my 4 month old grandson, his parents, and the jungle theme that he has in his room & on all his a stuff!

  16. I Love, Love, Love working with resin and watch parts!!! I go to estate sales and fine old watches (the kind that don’t require a battery). They have the best parts inside!! I love mixing them with old pictures for pendants!! I would be so grateful to win the Ice Resin package!! I have never used it before and I can’t wait to try it because I’ve heard it’s a lot more clear than any other resin! Thank you!

    • Rhonda
    • July 24, 2011

    Have a cup of coffee and let my mind come up with something Amazing. My 1st time in making something new , always turns out the coolest piece I do. So my prayers are I can win some of this new and different skill. It’s a Fantasic Idea.

    • Cassidy
    • July 24, 2011

    I’d love to make a commemorative piece for my mom to help her memorialize her late husband. She’d more than likely use it as a decorative piece as opposed to wearing it, but she always displays her jewelry in the most artistic fashion!

    • Cherie
    • July 24, 2011

    I would love the chance to work with Ice Resin. Not only would I preserve memories, but I would attempt to create 3-D items as gifts for family members. Truly a treasure.

    • Kelli
    • July 24, 2011

    I have 2 good ideas that I’d love to try. For the first one, I’d like to make bracelets for my 2 daughters that are now both college gals. The images in the bracelets would represent specific memories for them. And the 2nd idea would be to make myself a lovely necklace capturing some memories from my summer flower gardens, which could include actual tiny photos, pressed flowers & little drawings by me & type.

    I hope you choose me. I’d really like to try this technique! Thanks. 🙂

    • Carla
    • July 24, 2011

    My mother recently left this earthly life, I would like to make a pendant for my sister containing some special items of my mothers, as a rememberance/keepsake present. I would also make key rings or something similar for my son and nephew. My head is spinning with all the neat things that can be made with the ICE Resin® kit.

  17. I can’t possibly say for certain, but I would surly use it in the piece that screams it’s need first.

    Most likely, it will find it’s way into a piece for my Indian Meets Indian line, and could meet up with snake skin and your ring bases.

    • Nancy
    • July 24, 2011

    I think i would try my hand at making some pendants with some of the nunn transfer designs of Paris. I’ve worked with other resins but not the Ice Resin so i’m excited to see if it’s easier and better.

  18. I would love to try ICE resin to make pendants and cuffs with romantic vintage images.

    • Beanzie
    • July 24, 2011

    I would like to make painted enamel heart charms and pendants with Cabbage Rose flowers. Shabby Chic. And top them with Ice Resin. Even painted floral collages on brass antiqued hearts. 🙂

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