It’s a silver bezel giveaway

resin jewelry making silver bezel giveaway

Resin jewelry making silver pendant bezel giveaway

 

 

This month’s freebie is for a set of our large bezels. How cool is it to be able to put resin or diamond glaze or resin fluxe in a bezel setting and it be ready to wear in the next day?

This giveaway is for an assortment of one each of five of our best selling pendants: 1 inch round, 1 inch circle, 1 1/2 inch round, 1 inch square antique and 2 inches by 1 inch rectangular.

Want a chance to win these bezels? You need to answer this question in the comment box below.

What would you do with these bezels?

One blog comment per person.

Contest begins Friday, October 3, 12:01 AM ET. Comments must be entered by Thursday, October 9, 11:59 PM ET. The winner will be drawn at random on Friday, October 10 using random.org. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Prize cannot be redeemed for cash. Winner is responsible for any taxes. Only residents of our available shipping countries are eligible. Don’t want to wait to see if you win? Purchase these bezels in our jewelry pendant finding category.

 

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58 Comments

Shermi

I like to use these to make necklaces and ornaments for my parents and my in-laws by pasting pictures of their grandkids in it and then sealing it with resin. 🙂

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Kellee

I would definitely fill these with resin, maybe with inclusions or just an image. So many possibilities!

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Laura

I would do a multi-layered embedded resin piece and experiment with different color techniques I haven’t tried yet. So far I have only casted in molds and done finishing and polishing on them but I have been itching to try out molding straight into a bezel!

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nadia

Goodness, what couldn’t I do with these! So many techniques to try, and with Christmas around the corner. Exciting.

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Chris

Now that fall is here I would recall spring and summer with real pressed flowers in resin.EAsIF

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Rachel

These are gorgeous bezels! I would most definitely find some beautiful flowers and turn them into pendants. Something to remind us that spring and summer will come again. There are so many beautiful flowers around where I live. Also would try my luck at finding a 4-leaf clover to save it in resin for luck to wear always. That’s what I would, plus a million other things I’ve seen on this blog to try out.

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Karen

I am a resin beginner, so I would use these to learn and experiment with using resin in a bezel. I can see myself using them with pictures/images.

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Alice

I already have some of these bezels & just love using them. They give a much larger area to fill with fun things & it’s easy to border with cupchain or other items. I can never have too many!

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Pam

I would make some propeller jewelry. I have made 2 pieces with propellers that actually sticks up out of the resin and the propellers spin!!

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Dotty

I would embed small, colorful pictures of dragonflies, butterflies, or hummingbirds. Then fill with resin, add a beautiful ribbon for a gorgeous necklace. The bezels would make all of these items so much more exciting and give them the pizzazz factor to make them spectacular!

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Rijacki

I would do some resin casting in small molds like molds from antique buttons or other small stuff, either cold casting with metal powder or brush the mold with mica or Pearl Ex so the translucence of a transparent pigmented resin casts a warm glow through the shimmer. Then I would nestle the cast piece in epoxy clay, possibly with crystal embellisments, too, and dust the clay with mica or Pearl Ex. Either that or I would do some paper and ‘stuff’ embediment 🙂

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Pete

These silver bezels are perfect for embellishments added to custom made knives. For example, I am currently making a knife using teak from the deck of the USS NC, and would place a photograph of the ship in resin to hang from the lanyard hole in the bolster.

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Tess

Love the bezels I would use them with scrapbook papers and found objects. And one for faux druzy with some crystals I found at the craft store.

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anna

I would first embed a background of leaf parts, then embed some buds to match each leaf, finished off with a glossy final pour to get a smooth dome. Each pendant capturing a different season/colour scheme. Fun.

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Rhonda

I would love to make some resin jewelry in Christmas colors and glitter to wear to our choir Christmas party! And make up the rest with epoxy clay and glitter for Christmas presents!

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Missy

I just started working with resin and this Thursday (October 9th) is my wedding anniversary. I am hoping to use some of the goodies that I get ** hint hint sweetie lol ** to make something special. Maybe use some of the momentos from our wedding, such as layering in dried flowers and an extra invitation, plus of course incorporating our wedding photo! 🙂

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Nicole

I love these bezels, I would use them for pressed flowers, maybe some Halloween jewelry, who knows?!

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Shelley

I don’t see my first comment, so I will try again.

I am new to resin and would love to make some pendants with the butterfly wings I have been collecting.

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Eleonora

I really like painting mini-pictures of landscapes or abstracts, enriching them with real elements like leaves, petals and seeds.
So I’d use the bezel to paint in it and to wear my little masterpieces 🙂 and maybe I’ll protect them in resin !

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denise

I would take the plunge and make this my after three major events and four huge mailings reward and learn this new to me craft! And i’d use glow in the dark stuff too. Oh, who am I kidding? I’m planning this reward craft plunge anyway, it would just be more fun to use something i won! 🙂

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beverly

I will let my imagination guide me, because I am completely new to resin casting but the videos I have watched sometimes confuses me, but it alright because then I can ask questions and be guided by trial and error. If I don’t get it right the first time I just tell myself it is my prototype then I can try it again and find the answers to what I have done wrong.

I would like to win the bezels to make unique Christmas gifts.

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Lisa

I love mixing resin with glitter so that would definitely be a base in the bezels. I like to stick things into wet resin and have 3D objects coming out of the bezels. Sometimes it’s objects I’ve made using molds I have or plastic objects that I find around my studio (like a plastic spider for Halloween!)

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Heidi

Into resin, I’ve been adding a variety of glitters from fine shimmery powder to mica-like inclusions that catch the light at different angles. So many options to play with- color, texture, translucence/opaque!! Now it’s time to make a birthday present for Mom- her 88th! (How lucky am I, my biggest fan continues to encourage me in all my experimentation and work!) 😘

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Nise

I would make resin or glass cabs, and paint the backs with nail polish, and mount them.

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Valeria

I would put pictures of my children with resin and give them out to family members as Christmas gifts.

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Shandra

I would make a memorial piece for my baby sister. I would also try a multi layered piece with inclusions in all different layers.

Thanks so very much for the chance to win Resin Obsession!

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Lynne

I would like to make pendants with sand from my local beaches. I’d also like to try some small pieces of sea glass in a pendant with resin

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Amanda

Oh I been wanting try these on for size, by using Envirotex jewelry resin embed little items and glitter. Or use polymer clay and little dash of rhinestones. Ideas are endless, with Christmas coming up what better way to use as great gifts for my sweet sister-n-laws!!!

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Amanda

I love these!I would use them for teacher gifts this year.These would also be great with glass cabs.

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mara

I would make beautiful jewelry that has been inspired by now finally having a home which now gives me the ability to create and unleash my muse on the world.

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mara

I would make beautiful jewelry that has been inspired by now finally having a home which now gives me the ability to create and unleash my muse on the world.

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Leslie

I would make some wonderful pendants with the clock parts I have been saving up for a while now. Then I would make some other flower pendants.

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Desiree

I’m so excited about these bezels. I would probably make pendants with my daughter as teacher gifts.

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Aimee

I would make some cute pendants for my friends and family for Christmas. Loving the DYI gifts, so much more personalized.

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Alessio

I love these Bezels! …filled with Nail Polish or Pebeo Paints and finished with Resin will be beautiful and bright pendants!

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Frieda

I would make little black boards out of them , write some inspirational words or sayings (whatever will fit) and encase them in resin.

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Dianne

I would use them to make pendants with my decorated glass pieces. They look lovely.

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Linda

I have 100’s of tiny shells I collected in North Carolina this summer. I want to put them in the bezels with some glitter. I can’t wait!
Thank you!

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Delphine

I would put pictures of my kids. Shells in sand. Crystal clay and resin in another. I also would test putting an acorn in resin and putting it in a bezel.

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Julie

I want to try my hand at resin and I want to make some necklaces for Christmas gifts.

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Patricia

Seed beads, clay, shells, resin, flowers, paper quilling….The list is endless to work with these beautiful bezels. Thank you for the chance to win!

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Jo

What wouldn’t I do with these beautiful bezels! That is the question. I recently found you YourTube video on making resin cabachons with that crinkly stuff you put in gift bags. I have made six (6) pendants so far using your technique.
The possibilities are endless with resin and bezels. I’d love to make some fall-inspired pendants since this is my favorite time of year. Hope I get the chance to use these bezels!!
Thanks.

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Lillie

I’m hoping I am picked. I make a lot of items using resin. Many of my family and friends have received some of the items I have made. However, I give away a majority of the items I make. These lovely bezels would be great to have and use.

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Lyntovia

I would use pebeo paints to create the unique effects to make dazzeling pendents. Then I would dome them with resin. Also I would do a steampunk piece for myself. Id make my mom a beautiful, colorful piece with the birds and the positive words on the tiny piece of paper and seal it all in resin. Im make one for my sons music teacher as a farewell gift from my son who will be graduating this coming summer. So thats what I would do. I love those bezels.

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Monica

I would love to see your pendant bezel being used for my comic book art, card art, and other geeky wear. If I win this I would use all the stuff.

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Jennifer

I would make gifts for friends! And maybe a few to sell to help pay some of the hospital bills that are burying us.

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Sarah

With these bezels I would make necklaces with dried flowers for my Mom and Sister. In addition, I would make a ocean themed one with seashells, blue pigments/glitter, and sand. Then, I would make one with a background painted by myself. Probably a landscape painting.

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Linda

I have made many pieces of jewlery in my life but am just begining to work with resin. I have a whole box of my grandmothers Valentines that are just wonderful images. I would like to cast them in these bezels. Actually I could think of a hundred things.:)

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Karen

collage of memorabilia from funeral, bday, wedding flowers, etc… and items that remind you of them.

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