Crown Jewel in Pink Glitter!

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This is my 2nd cast blank. I painted the tube with pink spray paint and I coated in fine pink glitter while still wet. After a few hours I sprayed a coat of clear acrylic and a second dusting of glitter.

Then I cast in Liquid Diamonds epoxy resin under 50 psi pressure for 24 hours.

To add a bit more bling, I used the PSI Royal Crown kit in Chrome. Casting my own blanks looks to be another addiction that is beginning to take hold.

Hope you like it.

Danny


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Excellent work and cool idea, somebody is going to love that pen. And yes, casting is a whole new fun hobby of its own. I cast far more than I turn, and have a few small boxes of blanks waiting for their turn on the lathe.
 

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Thanks everyone. My daughter/princess has been wanting a pink glitter pen since I started turning. Casting my own finally made it possible with this kit. Now to cast some matching knife scales for an automatic folder I’m making for her.


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