Polaroid pendant resin jewelry mold - instant camera necklace mold
- How to Use
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Bring the nostalgia of polaroid cameras to your jewelry box. No instant film is necessary. Make a pendant that looks like a polaroid picture. Add a favorite image and make something truly unique. Pendants with this mold make a great gift.
The flexible silicone pendant mold in assorted shapes allows you to use the mold multiple times. Pendants will be 1 1/8 inches tall and wide by 1/4 inch deep. The cast in place hole at the top is 1/8 inch wide.
How do you use polaroid pendant mold with epoxy resin?
Step 1. Measure and mix a jewelry resin meant for molds to make sure bubbles escape easily.
Step 2. Add epoxy pigment, then pour the resin into the silicone pendant mold.
Step 3. Demold by peeling the mold away from the hardened resin pendants while grabbing an edge.
Step 4: Glue your favorite image into the pendant and let dry.
Step 5: Finish with a layer of crystal doming resin to give a glossy shine.
Sample polaroid pendant shown was made with the Resin Obsession super clear resin, Resin Obsession crystal doming resin, Resin Obsession opaque black pigment, and Resin Obsession pearl powder.
Help your pendants slide out easily. Treat your mold before using with resin with a resin mold release.
Mold color may vary. The Polaroid pendant shown is not included with your purchase. Plus, it would be kinda weird to wear a pendant of someone else's kids.
This instant camera pendant mold can ship worldwide!
Get your order when you need it. Choose the shipping option that meets your time and budget.
We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unopened resin pearl powder within 30 days of receipt.
The sides of this mold are super flimsy like in the picture (caved in) and adding resin to this does not help it become a perfect shape.
Gosh Amy, I'm sorry to hear this mold didn't work out for you. I wouldn't have expected to sides to cave in on you while using it. If you want to give the mold another try, you can run your stirring stick along the edges to help open it up. You can see what I'm talking about in this tutorial on how to use the mold: https://www.resinobsession.com/resin-tutorials/polaroid-necklace/
Did my first try and love it