The new Nunn Design Buy & Try Faux French Enamel lets you create great pieces using colorized resin. To learn more, please visit our previous blog posts:
- Tutorial: Make These Great Faux French Enamel Tags
- Information about the program: New “Buy & Try” Program – Faux French Enamel Tags
- Even more project ideas: Make These Faux French Enamel Projects
While I was working with the resin, I had some pits or dimples on the surface of the tags I created. Not bubbles, but an uneven surface.
To create a smooth surface, you will need a very fine steel wool to smooth off the resin. Make sure to wear gloves and gently sand the surface area.
The look in itself is cool once sanded, giving it a dull finish instead of a shiny one. More like stone.
You can leave your tag that way or go ahead and add your transfer sheet to the piece.
Have you come up with anything to share?
We’d love to hear in the comments.
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You can explore this technique with our Buy & Try Faux French Enamel Program.
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- Nunn Design Resin Kit
- Nunn Design Sealant
- Castin’ Craft Opaque Pigment (Colorants)
- Transfer Sheets
- Metal Stamping Flat Tags
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Thanks for the tip! Always looking for great info like this to get a truly professional look!