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Looking for an easy way to get started making resin pendants? This kit has the resin supplies you need to make resin jewelry the same day you receive the kit!
This resin pendant starter kit contains:
*3 reusable resin stirring sticks
*Pair of latex gloves, choose size at checkout
Why use Resin Obsession's Crystal doming Resin?
*Highest level of UV protectants
*Toxicologist reviewed and conforms to ASTM D-4239
How to Use
Step 1: Mix 1 part resin to 1 part hardener by volume
Step 2: Gently drip the resin into your jewelry blanks within the 30 to 50 minute working time.
Step 3: Set aside to cure. Cured to the touch within 18 to 24 hours at room temperature
Need more help getting started with resin jewelry making? Learn how to make resin jewelry from the comfort of your own home with this online, on-demand class: How to make resin jewelry
Shipping & Returns
Note: This product has shipping restrictions. It can only ship to the U.S. and Canada through UPS. For an explanation of the shipping methods available, including taxes and fees imposed upon Canadian customers, please read our shipping policy.
We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we cheerfully accept returns or exchanges of unused beginner kits within 30 days of delivery. Please contact us for instructions on how to return this resin beginner kit to comply with Department of Transporation regulations.
This is really a great value...all the basics to start creating wonderful, personalized jewelry!
As represented and prompt shipping. But since it is a gift I haven't used it myself.
Hi, I have been so worried about making my first resin mistakes, that I have been "prepping" and "fixing to try" my doming resin kit for weeks. Finally, after reading and watching multiple how-to's, making a check-off list, readying my table, getting inclusions ready, making a plastic apron, etc., etc., I "broke the ice" and did it TODAY. I have made (anticipated) mistakes even though I have been practicing this in my dreams. My table was level, but my (sealed) paper pieces didn't sit *fully* flat. (I even put them between wax paper in a heavy book for awhile! Not flat enough.) I think that's why the resin ran off them a bit. It's only been a few hours yet, I will see tomorrow the full range of my errors. Hopefully I will be able to cut the excess resin off. I took so long to carefully dab on the resin that I had only done about 6 small (1" round) pieces in 15 minutes - not even a TBSP. I started rushing then to cover all my test pieces. Then, after 1/2 hr. the resin started to get gooey. I wanted to try embedding microbeads, rhinestones, gold leaf pieces, glitter, etc. I struggled with the first 3 - everything wanted to float. Then, I used my toothpick to push them down - success! The long resin goo that pulled up from the toothpick scared me; I thought I ruined it, but it settled back down. I need much, much better lighting and magnifying goggles for such tiny work. (These old eyes don't see like they used to.) To sum up, the doming resin was much thicker than I expected and harder to work with. I got it to dome on several pieces but eventually, after a couple of hours, it leaked off the edge -even on the 2 bezels I used! I have so much to learn!!! I also wish I could have mixed up less. 2 TBSP doesn't sound like much, but it seemed like I would never, ever use it up! (I even put it in 2 [of the 1"] molds and on 2 dried little oak leaves I had.) I was hoping to try making some resin in black, but when I read that you have to add more hardener, I figured I'd screw that up. I already think I tried too much too soon. I'll let you know how things look when cured.
This was a great kit to buy as a beginner as I was completely overwhelmed to get started and this made it simple. Product worked nicely, although it was runnier than I expected and I ended up overflowing my pendants. You need way less to fill them than you might think! Also used this resin to coat some other projects, in molds, and for some experimental sculpting projects and it worked well for those purposes.