In 5 Minutes, I’ll Show You How To Use Resin In Bezels

How to make a resin pendant in a bezel
One of the reasons I love using resin in bezels is because once everything cures, it’s wearable. There’s no post-demolding resin sanding. Plus, you don’t need to add jewelry findings to make it wearable. The jewelry bezel has done that for you. #easyforthewin

If you’re a resin beginner, here’s the perfect project for you to create resin jewelry in bezels.

Resin Supplies:

Step 1:  Choose your clip art

clip art and resin jewelry

Trim your clip art to fit your pendant. Then, test the fit in your bezel.

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Seal your clip art with glue and allow it to dry.

Step 2:  Glue the clip art to the bezel

sealing papers with glue

Put down a layer of glue, then press your paper onto the bezel bottom. Seal again with glue. Wait for your paper to completely dry. In the Florida humidity, this can take 24 hours.

Step 3:  Mix and pour your resin

resin and jewelry

You want to use the Resin Obsession crystal doming epoxy resin kit in your bezels. It gives a glossy domed finish for your resin bezel projects (without you doing anything complicated). It was made for challenges like this!

It mixes 1:1 (one part A to one part B). Make sure you combine both parts until it’s clear and streak-free. That takes about 2 to 3 minutes.

⭐️ BONUS: If you’re new to resin, get the step-by-step instructions on mixing resin, so it cures perfectly.

pouring resin into a silver bezel tray

Slowly pour your resin into your bezel cup. Squeezing the cup together to form a spout will help you control your pour. Only dribble a small amount, then let the resin spread. You only want enough resin to barely cover the bottom of the pendant. This allows you to pour a second layer with your sticker.


checking for bubbles in epoxy pendant

💡 Pro tip: Use a toothpick to check the corner of your pendant for bubbles. That’s a frequent place for them to show up.

Allow to cure for several hours or overnight before pouring your next resin layer.

Step 4:  Mix and pour the second layer of resin

placing butterfly in resin

Pour your second resin layer as you did the first, but be careful not to over-pour. Carefully place your sticker in the resin. One of the reasons I love to use stickers in resin is that they rarely require sealing.

placing sticker in epoxy

Guide your sticker over the resin to where you like it in your bezels. Then, allow your epoxy pendant to cure.

💡 Pro tip: You can add your sticker in the first layer and be done in one pour. But I like doing it in two pours because it gives the pendant more depth.

Resin jewelry pendant

Give yourself a high-five because you just learned how to use resin in bezels.

Ready to take on more projects with resin in bezels?

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9 thoughts on “In 5 Minutes, I’ll Show You How To Use Resin In Bezels

  1. If I wanted to pour resin into round earring bezels like in the link below. How would I do that and still give them a dome look?

  2. Hi can I use the ultra seal to glue paper to pendant , let dry and then put ultra seal around perimeter and insert dome glass? Please advise. This is a mans man trying to do dainty work in order to please granddaughter. Thank you. Signed: sloppy poppy

  3. I have a very small work area and fill about a dozen prices at a time, usually one or two end up spilling out of the tray For various reasons. The pendants don’t stick to my work surface but many pendant trays have a textured back and the resin gets in those ridges and is really hard to get off. Do you think coating the backs with Vaseline would keep resin from curing in those nooks and crannies? Is there another product I could use that I could block only the backs and is easily removed or can be washed off once the resin is dry?

  4. When I finish my jewelry the side that is face up is kinda slimy. Does this mean i cured it too long or too short? Is there something I can use to get it off. I tried alcohol and it worked but I think the paper towel I used to wipe it scratches the resin.

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