If you are looking for Halloween jewelry ideas, then you will love this simple project!
Resin supplies list:
Resin Obsession Super Clear Resin
Plastic resin cabochon mold
Two-part epoxy adhesive
“B” and “O” letter beads
earring and ring findings with glue pads
black resin colorant
wax paper, freezer paper, or plastic bag to cover work surface
Mix the super clear resin as directed, then fill the cavities about one-third full. Place the letter beads into the resin, positioning them with a toothpick. Be sure that the “B” is placed in correctly so that it will not be backward when viewed from the front. You can lift up the mold (keeping it level) and peek underneath to be sure the letters are properly placed.
Once the letters are positioned, place varying pieces of candy sprinkles into the resin using a toothpick. I used orange and white sprinkles. After placing the sprinkles, add a bit more resin, leaving about 1/8” at the top. Let cure.
Mix the two-part epoxy resin adhesive, adding a small amount of black colorant. It doesn’t take much. I also added a bit of holographic glitter to give the piece a touch of sparkle.
Working quickly (this resin will set up within 5 minutes), using a toothpick or a stir stick, fill the remaining cavities. Let the resin cure.
Once cured, demold the resin charms. Sand down the edges as necessary with a sanding file.
Glue the charms onto the ring and earring blanks. I used E-6000 adhesive, although you can also use the two-part epoxy adhesive. Let cure for 24 hours.
These finished pieces are really fun Halloween jewelry ideas for anyone who enjoys the holiday.
**This tutorial was written by Deanna Burasco.
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