This year's Hospitality Room at the Convention was organized and led by Patty Johnson and Betty Dewitt. They put together kits for everyone who came into the Hospitality room to make and enjoy their spare time and meet other miniaturists from all over the world. There were jig saw puzzles set up to work on. At the end of the week they were completed. Lots of magazines were donated to enjoy reading including vintage Nutshell News . Lets not forget the candy bowls to keep our spirits and energy up. I enjoyed the humor and the great job they did on the kits for us to make each day.
They also designed a card stock cut and assemble food truck in 1/2" scale, a different one each day.
These were really cute and very popular. By the time I got there they were all gone.
I was pleased with the outcome.
The colors shown here are clear and Sepia tone. The back of the package says you can create faux mosaic, and textures with added dimension. Dries with sepia effect while still seeing the image below. Works with Modge Podge, acrylic paint, dyes pigments and more. Stay put formula won't sag or run. Perfect for jewelry, paper crafting and accenting home decor items. Looks like it self bevels. The green bean (clear was used) still looks liquid but is dry. It did not crack like glue would have. I am looking forward to experimenting with this product. Resin is rather messy and the smell is toxic. It's very possible this could be used for small projects like filling bottles. The sepia color intrigues me. Maybe for bottles with items in it for a Wizards table or lab.
The Hospitality Room was a great time and Thank You everyone who set this up for all the convention attendees to enjoy and have a place to relax, socialize and kick our feet up during that very busy week.