Some tips on Resin and learn more through our range of workshops!

Some tips on Resin and learn more through our range of workshops!

How Resin is unique and how you can build your own pieces easily ! Learn Now!

Resin is a synthetic material that is used in a variety of applications, from making jewelry and crafts to industrial uses such as adhesives and coatings. It is created by combining two or more chemicals to form a polymer, which is a chain of repeating molecules. Once cured, resin is a hard, durable, and clear material that can be molded into various shapes and sizes.

Resin pendants are a beautiful and unique way to create jewelry that is truly one of a kind. Resin is a type of plastic that, when mixed with a hardener, creates a hard, clear, and glossy finish. With resin, you can encapsulate almost anything, from dried flowers to glitter, to create a beautiful and personalized pendant.

If you're interested in making your own resin pendants, here are some tips to get you started:

Materials Needed:

  • Resin and hardener
  • Pendant molds
  • Objects to embed in the resin (such as flowers, glitter, or small beads)
  • Stirring sticks
  • Gloves
  • Craft glue
  • Jump rings
  • Chain or cord for the necklace


  1. First, prepare your workspace by laying down a drop cloth or newspaper to protect your surface. Wear gloves to protect your hands from the resin.
  2. Mix the resin and hardener according to the package instructions. Be sure to mix it thoroughly to ensure that it sets properly.
  3. Choose your pendant molds and fill them about 1/3 to 1/2 of the way full with the resin mixture. If you're embedding objects in the resin, add them now.
  4. Use a stirring stick to gently press down on the objects to ensure they are fully coated with the resin. This will also help to remove any air bubbles.
  5. Fill the molds to the top with the remaining resin mixture.
  6. Let the resin cure for the recommended time (usually 24-48 hours) in a warm, dry place. Avoid touching the molds or moving them during this time.
  7. Once the resin has cured, remove the pendants from the molds. You may need to use a craft knife to carefully loosen the edges.
  8. Use craft glue to attach a jump ring to the top of each pendant. Let the glue dry completely.
  9. Thread the pendants onto a chain or cord to create a necklace.


  • Experiment with different objects to embed in the resin, such as dried leaves, feathers, or small toys.
  • You can also mix different colors of resin to create a marbled effect.
  • Use a heat gun or small torch to remove any air bubbles that may have formed in the resin.
  • Don't overfill the molds with resin, as this can cause the pendants to warp or become misshapen.
  • Be patient and allow the resin to cure fully before handling the pendants.

In conclusion, making resin pendants is a fun and creative way to express your personal style. With a little practice and experimentation, you can create beautiful and unique jewelry pieces that will be sure to impress. 

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