DIY Resin Pendant With Dried Flowers

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We begin with Dried flowers, resin, and bezel settings. To mix your resin you will want disposable cups and a stir stick.


resin, bezel settings, dried flowers

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Step 1: Mix Your Resin

Every brand of resin has unique instructions. In this project we used Ice Resin which needs a mix of equal parts of the resin for 2 minutes. We mix the resin making sure to scrape the sides and bottom, then let it rest for 5 minutes.

Step 2: Arrange You Organic Material

Arrange the organic materials in their desired locations. They might move slightly when you add your resin, don't worry this can be corrected later.

Step 3: Pour in Resin

Now you are ready to pour in your resin. Do this slowly and gently, making sure the resin reaches the edges of your bezel.

Step 4: Let the Resin Cure

Once you've poured in all the resin allow it to dry or cure, I left mine in a cool dust free area for 24 hours. Be sure no pets, like curious cats, are able to reach your project!

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    6 weeks ago

    Does the resin ever pull the color out of the leaves and petals? I always wonder if the colors will fade :)

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    Reply 6 weeks ago

    Hello! I have never seen any color bleed from flowers or leaves and move into the resin. That would be cool if you could get an effect like that! Maybe a flower used in making dyes like indigo? It would be a really cool experiement!