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poeticsong725SUPER EASY

I mixed it by eyeballing it, which everyone SWEARS is a horrible thing and to never do it, but I had no problems. It worked perfectly on the first try, and everything went perfect.
I popped them out of the mold like ice cubes once they reached a soft cure status, which was about 24 hours later…then let them sit on a piece of wax paper in a cupboard for another 48 hours to achieve a hard cure. Now they are super hard, super shiny, and AWESOME. Now I just need to wait for my fiance to bring me home some 300 grit sand paper from work so I can file the edges down where the lip of the mold gave a funky edge to each piece. Then I need to figure out a way to add findings to the tops of them to turn them into charms for necklaces. Maybe I’ll make a keychain out of one or two of them.
There were a couple of air bubbles in a few of them, but I noticed more so with the ones with real dried flowers in them, so maybe it’s a chemical reaction. The ones with beads had a couple, but not as many, so I don’t know if it’s chemical and an issue or just coincidence. But it was my first attempt, and it was 95% effective, which is an awesome number for a first try with very little preparation! 23 months ago

poeticsong725 23 months ago

iridogorgiaI really really want to do this.

I’ve been stockpiling interesting glitters, sprinkles and small charms. All I need is the space to work in. Living with my boyfriend and his dog in a 300sqft apartment does not really lend the space one needs for doing something as delicate as this. I’m moving either in July or sooner, so hopefully I’ll get the space to finally start doing this! 2 years ago

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iridogorgia 2 years ago

galactickimToo Toxic

So I did some research into making resin jewelry. It looks relatively simple, and would be something that I would enjoy. However, it is quite toxic. I don’t want to bring the fumes into my home. Even if I wear protective equipment, what about my husband and cats? What about fumes lingering?

I would like to perhaps try this someday, but in the right environment. For instance, and outdoor space in the summer. Or a well ventilated workshop, which I don’t have.

So this is going off my list, but I feel good that I’ve researched it. And, there are lots of cute resin things to buy on Etsy. So for now, that will suffice. 2 years ago

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