Learn how to make resin jewelry

Online resin jewelry class - learn resin jewelry making at home


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Learn how to use two-part resin with the easy, proven methods of an artist with over fourteen years of resin experience. You will be amazed at how you can use resin as a budget-friendly, quick and simple way to make unique jewelry. By the end of this class, you will feel confident you have the skills and knowledge to make your own distinctive resin jewelry to add to your collection, give to others or even sell!

No experience or special skills are required.

I will walk you through several projects with easy step-by-step instructions. You will complete eight projects and learn the basics of working with resin such as:

*setting up your crafting area
*choosing the right resin and supplies for your projects
*learning basic resin techniques such as mixing, coloring, demolding, and finishing
*troubleshooting when things don’t turn out as expected

All this, plus you get my beginner pitfalls to look out for.

Even if you have tried making resin jewelry and are dissatisfied with the results, you will learn skills in this class to help you make the jewelry you envision. Students are encouraged to bring things from home, such as trinkets, charms, and other found items they may want to include in their resin jewelry.

This class is for beginners, but all levels of resin experience are welcome. 

For instant access, visit resinuniversity.com to purchase the class.

Class is not eligible for rewards points.

Customer Reviews

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Great course for beginners. Kathy is a qreat teacher. I love that I can go back and watch anytime. Watch a course over and over.

Impressive class, inspiring teacher!

Have been resining for approx. 6 months, lots to learn! Watched all the class videos yesterday, took the exams and am looking forward to doing the class projects. Kathy, your teaching technique is wonderful, detailed and easy to follow...would you consider teaching a resin art class? If so, I'm in! 😃