4 More Days of Buy & Try Savings + Giveaway

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For the past week we have been exploring a technique that we call Texturizing and Colorizing Epoxy Clay through our Buy & Try Program. The Buy & Try Program allows you to buy just the items you might need to explore this new medium. The sale runs thru May 24th, 2015, as in, only 4 MORE DAYS!


Giveaway Details:

With each new Buy & Try we offer a Giveaway! We will select at random 1 lucky winner to receive our Buy & Try Texturizing and Colorizing Epoxy Clay Giveaway. A retail value of $110.00!

To enter to win:

  • Leave a comment on today’s blog post stating what color you would want to use – teal, orange, yellow, pink?
  • Earn another entry point by liking us on Facebook, (and letting us know in another blog comment).
  • Earn yet another chance to win by sharing this post on Facebook and anywhere else you can think of, (and letting us know in another blog comment).
  • The Buy & Try Texturizing and Colorizing Epoxy Clay Giveaway contest will end May 24th, 2015 at 11:59pm with the winner being announced on May 25th, 2015.

Good Luck!


Be Inspired:

Here are some jewelry inspirations that I have created using this technique.

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On this bracelet, I mixed a wee bit of Red Castin’ Craft Colorant into my white Crystal Clay. I then rubber stamped over the top with Black StaZon Ink to create this look. I sealed the piece with Nunn Design Sealant and called it good!

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For these next three pieces, I painted on a wee bit of Christi Friesen’s Swellegant Paints to create this look. Totally different effect isn’t it?

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Tutorial:

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To see the post in full, visit our blog. Or download our tutorial for step-by-step instructions and photos walking you through the process of creating this look.

Watch our video to learn even more! http://nunndesign.com/video/how-to-texturize-epoxy-clay-and-apply-colorized-nunn-design-2-part-resin/


Buy & Try Program:

Don’t you want to play with this technique? Here is how the Buy & Try Program works:

  • Be inspired and purchase just the items needed to explore the technique we are featuring.
  • “Buy & Try” offers might contain items that we don’t typically have in stock, yet you will be able to purchase at wholesale prices.
  • Minimum quantities for “Buy & Try” items are waived, allowing you to receive the lowest tiered price possible.
  • No need to purchase a minimum order of $100.00 on “Buy & Try” items. You can add these items to your cart and check out with just the items you will need for a day of creating!
  • Purchase the “Buy & Try” products either a la-carte, or in a combo pack. Combo packs allow you to save an additional 10% off the wholesale price!
  • “Buy & Try” items are a limited time offer.
  • The Buy & Try Texturizing Epoxy Clay and Colorizing offer expires May 24th, 2015 at midnight. Orders will ship by May 29th, 2015.

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73 thoughts on “4 More Days of Buy & Try Savings + Giveaway

  1. Peggy Russell says:

    There are just so many possibilities and so little time! I really enjoy the sculptural aspect on a small scale with the clay. The texture and color are an added bonus. Thank you! Would love to win.

  2. Kathy S says:

    Epoxy clay is a very interesting medium. And I’m fascinated as well with the additional colorizing element. Teal is my color of choice.

  3. Gillian Cunningham Wright says:

    I think I have to go for the pink, it’s feminine and chic and perfect for Spring! I love all the other colours though as well!!!
    Many thanks Gillx

  4. Jacque Chinnery says:

    If I could only use one color it would have to be teal, one of my favorite colors in any media. White wouldbe my second choice for it’s versatility.

  5. Julie Komenda says:

    I would choose teal, my favorite color, to make a variety of aquatic pieces. I am smitten by the texturing of the clay, it is like having a printing press for jewelry, a way to reproduce yet vary a theme in different settings. You can merge so many techniques with these materials, they are so user friendly….where to begin…..

  6. Kris Covert says:

    I commented on the FB post and have liked you on FB for a long time! Thanks for having such cool giveaways!

  7. Heather Martin says:

    I was so sure I was going to want the Teal, but after seeing the Pink it is such a toss up. So it would be between the teal and pink definitely. I so need to try this. Thanks for the giveaway as always Nunn Design!!!

  8. Gray Michelle says:

    So pretty! I always love the earthy colors you use, but the pink and peach colorized resin are also really pretty and are a refreshing change for spring and summer. TFS!

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  10. Joy Jones says:

    I love the pink pieces you did. But my very favorite has to be the channel bracelet with the stazon black stampings. Love everything you make. You make it seem so effortless in your videos. Thanks for sharing so much of your talent!

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