Spring Semester Class 2! 3 New Tutorials + Videos.

Week 2 of our free online series of classes is well underway. 3 new tutorials posted this week on the Nunn Design Blog. To see what we have been creating and ask questions of Team Nunn live, join us for the Facebook Watch Party today at 10:00 am PDST.

Here is a recap of what we have covered so far in week 2 of the 2020 Spring Semester. Link to each of the blog posts to read the full step-by-step tutorials and watch the video.

1. How to Mix Crystal Clay and Apply Into Bezels!

Learning the basics of using Crystal Clay will save you a lot of time and help you avoid challenging creative disappointments. With as many hours under my belt working with this medium, I think I can provide a couple of tricks that will “enhance your learning experience.”

You will also see a bonus design option of how to colorize Crystal Clay using Castin’ Craft Opaque Pigments at the end of this tutorial. Explore the possibilities!

Read and watch the full step-by-step tutorial in this blog post!

2. How to Mix and Colorize Nunn Design 2-Part Resin!

If you are learning to mix Nunn Design 2-Part Resin and how to colorize it using Castin’ Craft Opaque Pigments for the first time, you are in for a real treat! The techniques that we have in store for you will open up a whole new level of creative fun!

Having a strong “how to” foundation of good resin habits is key to your fun and success. This tutorial will walk you through the basics! Enjoy exploring the possibilities!

Read and watch the full step-by-step tutorial in this blog post!

3. Crystal Clay, Rubber Stamping and Colorized Resin

Although there are steps to be learned, you will be shocked at how easy this technique is once you have the basics down. Learn how to mixing Crystal Clay, applying Crystal Clay within the bezels, how to rubber stamp your designs and how to colorize Nunn Design 2-Part Resin.

Once you know how, I can only guess that you will be looking at rubber stamps completely differently! I am now continually on the hunt for rubber stamps that I can use for this technique. Some of them were already within my own stash!

Read and watch the full step-by-step tutorial in this blog post!

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