Using Resin with a Mold
Resin can be formed into any shape you want. Use our selection of molds and easy instructions to form jewelry components.
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Mix a small batch of resin. For more detailed instructions see Using Resin with Bezel Pendants Technique.
Pick your desired pigment or glitter and pour a small amount into the ICE Resin or Resin by Nunn Design. We chose a Pearl EX Pigment to use with our resin.
With a stir stick begin mixing the pigment into the resin.
Keep stirring the pigment with the resin until it is completely mixed together.
Pick your desired mold for your resin piece. We are using the assorted donut pendant resin mold.
Begin slowly pouring your resin into the mold. You can fill your mold as little or as much as you would like. Make sure not to over fill your mold with resin by leaving a little bit of room at the top.
After you have fillled your mold let the resin fully cure for a minimum of 3 days.
After the resin has had time to cure carefully bend the flexible mold back and forth. This will help to easily release the resin piece from the mold.
You can now easily pop the cured resin piece out of the mold.
Congratulations! You have created a resin piece with a mold to use in your jewelry designs.
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