This pyramid is made of left over bits of resin which I can’t bear to throw away !
I keep a mould going until it is full and then pop it out !
These are unique – you will never get 2 exactly the same.
This one measures 5.5cm
For pyramids in different colours please see my other listings
Please note :
**colours may vary slightly across different screens / monitors**
** During the resin curing process tiny micro bubbles are released. Some may remain in the finished product. This is not a flaw – just part of the quirky nature of resin**
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Back in 2014 I picked up a virus which was undiagnosed for about 6 weeks. I was given antibiotics and within hours I came out in a rash from head to toe followed a few days later by pain in my arms, hands and legs. Blood tests subsequently showed I had picked up glandular fever and the antibiotics I had been prescribed should not be given for glandular fever. It threw my immune system out completely resulting in reactive arthritis I couldn’t drive or even hold a pen. It took about 9 months for my system to return to return to some sort of normality and I still experience flare ups when my system is run down or low. Additionally I developed sciatica about 3 years ago and this is bilateral in that it affects both legs. I get periods of relief followed by flare ups – I’m the person you see jiggling around in a queue because I can’t stand still on the same spot for more than a few minutes at a time !
I started my crafting journey back in 2009 by making beading jewellery. After a few years I fancied a new challenge and started decoupage. This took off so well that the jewellery took a back seat to the point where I ceased it. During the Covid lockdown I started “playing” with resin initially as a top coat for some of my decoupage items. Then I bought a mould, followed by another and another….and became totally addicted.