Resin Jewelry India Paper Jewelry Set

A place for learning how to make one of a kind resin jewelry pieces and accessories! Photo tutorials and inspiration!

How to mix a batch of EasyCast Resin

How to mix a batch of EnviroTex Lite Resin

How to make a block mold with EasyMold Silicone Rubber

How to make a blanket mold with EasyMold Silicone Rubber

How to mix a batch of Amazing Resin

This is actually a present Im giving this Christmas!

It is made using the doming technique and some paper I found at Joanns that was made in India.

Using a paper punch I punched several ovals from the paper…

Coat all of the ovals with Mod Podge..

Mix up a batch of EasyCast Resin and add a few drops to the center of the oval.

*ETI suggests using gloves for your safety* Glove also help keep you nails nice!

Use a toothpick to spread the resin just to the edges of the paper.

Let this set for at least 24 hours to harden.

I also wanted to share a couple of informational bits:

The oval on the left has not been coated with Mod Podge. The one on the right has been coated.

You can see how the resin discolors the paper almost instantly…

It is similar to a potato chip oil stain on paper when you dont seal the paper with Mod Podge.

I also makes the paper somewhat see through as you can see from the comparison of the back of these pieces.

Also it is easy to fix the parts where the resin overflowed the paper…

Mix another batch of resin and coat the backs too.

Let them set for 24-72 hours to harden completely.

Using a small drill bit drill holes in the top center of each oval.

Take breaks often so you dont end up with blisters!!

Add jump rings to each oval and attach to earring hooks, a bracelet chain, and a necklace chain in whatever pattern you like!

Now they just need to be packaged for gifting!

Love your tutorials, GREAT HELP, Im all new to resin this is helping me tremendously

Love your tutorials, GREAT HELP, Im all new to resin this is helping me tremendously

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These are the lovely people that have given me supplies to create jewelry for this blog!

The makers of EasyCast Resin, EnviroTex Lite, EnviroTex Jewelry Resin, Jewelry Clay, and more! Click the image to find a supplier near you!

Great Bails, Belt Buckles, and other findings that work great with resin! Click the image to get to the store!

Resin, Molds, and More! Click the image to get to the store!

Lots of Wonderful Spray On Finishes including Glitter, Stone, and Metallic

The Makers of Pearl Ex Pigments and more! Click the image to get to the list of Pearl Ex colors!

Wonderful molds!! Great for resin and polymer clay!!

Awesome handmade molds! Click the image to get to the store! Videos of each mold here:

Great molds that work well with resin and jewelry clay!

Gorgeoous Handmade Wooden Bezels and Cabochons

Beautiful glass pieces, bottle cap beads, and upcycled findings!

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