Category Archives: Jewelry

Recycled Jewelry? Sort of…

Although I do find components for jewelry at bead stores and big chain craft stores, I prefer to take apart existing jewelry and harvesting bits and pieces from them. It’s not that I’m consciously trying to be ‘green’ or anything– … Continue reading

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UV Resin Curing Contraption

I have really been enjoying my experimentation with UV Resin, but when summer ended, so did available sunlight to cure the resin! So, I decided to look for a UV light. Most are basically those little machines used to dry … Continue reading

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Tiny clear squares with aqua and gold

Here’s another pair of earrings. This time I used resin and embedded tiny glass aqua beads and even more tiny gold beads. Here’s a close up showing the mix of beads floating in the clear resin. (sorry about the glare.)

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Matte discs and translucent drops

Woah, it’s been a long time since I’ve been able to post anything. I’ve been busy with a lot of freelance design work, but I’m still coming up with lots of new ideas! I’ve also started a lot of jewelry, … Continue reading

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Gold chain and resin this time

Here is another pair of earrings I created using molded resin. This time I used a different mold and stuck to gold tones. As with the previous silver earrings,  I used a little mineral powder, some chain, glass beads, microbeads … Continue reading

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Resin and chain earrings

Using one of the molds from my previous post, I made this pair of earrings: I used clear resin and added some gold micro beads and metallic mineral powder in layers in the resin. A thin silver chain is wrapped … Continue reading

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Like chewing gum with your hands

I love making silicon molds. You knead Part A and Part B together with your fingers until they are fully mixed (you can’t see any streaks of color) and then press around whatever you want to mold. While you’re kneading … Continue reading

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