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Old 02-02-2019, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Just finished this small box that has been in the making for a few weeks , flamed box elder burl and blue LD resin leftover for the lid. Finish is Aussie oil, best friction polish I've used so far.
Now time to stop futzing and focus on the bash entries!!
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very Nice. what did you use to tint the resin and how much?? Thanks
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Excellent concept and design...wonderful work too.


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very Nice. what did you use to tint the resin and how much?? Thanks
The tint was sapphire blue from the Jacquard pinata alcohol inks (https://www.jacquardproducts.com/pinata-alcohol-ink). As for the amount, this was leftover resin from a larger pour, hard to tell how much, maybe about 5-10 drops from the bottle dropper.
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Beautiful colors, shape and finish!
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very Nice. what did you use to tint the resin and how much?? Thanks
The tint was sapphire blue from the Jacquard pinata alcohol inks (https://www.jacquardproducts.com/pinata-alcohol-ink). As for the amount, this was leftover resin from a larger pour, hard to tell how much, maybe about 5-10 drops from the bottle dropper.
Thanks I just ordered some to give a try.
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