First thought seeing the new Delicata Rose gold inkpad was that this color needs to be placed on piece of jewelry. Large rings covered with the ink giving the impression of metal crafted in a necklace was something trying the ink beyond paper. A porous material to work well with the Delicata ink is a lightweight modelling paste (clay) that can hold a piece of jewelry and keep the metallic effect of the Delicata ink.
To form the rings, I cut the modelling paste using two round cookie cutters in different diameters and then pressed the sides to form oval shapes. When the modelling paste dried, using a sponge dauber, I applied Delicata rose gold ink on all sides.
When all the rings were ready, I cut aluminium flat wire forming jump rings to bind the large ones together.
Finally I added some extra sparkle with small rhinestones.
Find more gold rose projects in Imagine’s blog
- Lightweight modelling paste
- Round cookie cutters
- Flat aluminium wire
- Brown leather cord