Resin jewellery is extremely popular within the DIY community.
Turn your ideas into reality with our epoxy resin. You can create unique crystal-clear or colourful pieces of jewellery in no time at all. Once cured, our casting resin is unbreakable and is a definite eye-catcher! Use our professional resin kits for your next project.
Inspiration for Resin Jewellery
You can easily make rings, earrings, pendants, or bracelets from epoxy resin. You can cast your design into a mould made of silicone. Rings and bracelets can also be made with the help of a silicone mould from cast resin. Decorations for your home like ornaments can also be made. With resin jewellery you can embed elements, flowers, pictures, or metallic pigments in our crystal clear resin. Small elements like pearls, flakes, or glitter, can be mixed into the finished resin-hardener mixture. Heavier objects can be embedded between two layers of resin to prevent them from sinking. Fragile objects like flowers should be carefully brushed with a thin layer of resin to avoid damaging them. Epoxy resin is universally applicable giving you endless possibilities for creativity.
Make Your Own Resin Jewellery
Basically, there are three ways to make jewellery with casting resin. For beginners we recommend to cast our resin into an existing mould. Moulds for rings or earrings are available in online shops or in handicraft supplies. You can cast our resin into these moulds and combine them with small objects, if desired. With our coloured resin it is also possible create smaller patterns. The application is very easy: You fix the mould, prepare the epoxy resin according to the instructions and then cast it into the mould with the help of a wooden spatula. When the resin has cured, your jewellery is ready!
Alternatively, you can make small mouldings in combination with another material, such as wood, or just from casting resin. You can then file these into the desired shape and use them as a pendant. This technique is especially suited for brooches, necklaces, key rings and earrings.
The third method to make your own resin jewellery is to make it with epoxy resin alone and to embed objects to your liking. For example, you can use silicone moulds that are specially designed for bracelets or rings for that. After curing, you release the resin and carefully remove any edges with a cutter.
- Resin to coat, laminate and repair
- Layer thickness: 0,1-1cm
- Clear, frost stable and BPA-free
- Use: Coating (floor, table etc.), making of terrarium/aquarium, stone carpet, jewellery making and much more
- Coating and casting resin
- Layer thickness: 0,1-2cm
- Crystal clear, UV resistant, VOC- and BPA-free
- Use: Coating (floor, table etc.), jewellery and decorative object making, artwork sealing and much more
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Epoxy resin jewellery is reminiscent of glass jewellery. The advantage in contrast to glass, is that epoxy resin, once cured, is unbreakable and glossy. Epoxy resin is UV and water resistant allowing you to enjoy your pieces for years to come. You can cast resin into your preferred form and create unique pieces of jewellery for every style. Once cured, resin always retains its shape and does not shrink or bend.
Have a birthday or anniversary coming up? Thinking of a unique and memorable Christmas gift? Epoxy resin jewellery is a gift that keeps on giving!
Resin Jewellery with Wood
Jewellery made of wood features a natural look. The combination of coloured epoxy resin with woods such as cherry or pine is particularly popular. To treat wood with epoxy resin and make jewellery from it, put pieces of wood in a silicone mould and then add the liquid resin. When the casting has cured, sand it into shape until youhave reached the desired result. Then simply drill a hole in the jewellery and use it as a pendant for necklaces or earrings.
Epoxy resin can also be used to coat table tops or various other pieces of furniture. The combination of epoxy resin and wood is eye-catching!