DIY Resin Margarita Necklace

DIY Resin Margarita Necklace

How to Make a Resin Margarita Necklace…

When I was in Orlando last month for the Namta Trade Show, I received a box

of YouV Art Resin to try.  With Summer coming, I decided to have a little fun

and make a Margarita Necklace.  (I needed it last week for Cinco de Mayo.)

YouV Art

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DIY Resin Margarita Necklace

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DIY Resin Margarita Necklace

Directions:

  •  YouV Art resin is easy to use. No mixing or pouring and with minimal bubbles.
  • Squeeze a small amount of green jewelry resin from the tube onto the bottom of the mold. (Do not fill the mold.)
  • Add a small amount of yellow jewelry resin on top of the green. Swirl with a toothpick if desired.
  • Add a small layer of clear jewelry resin on the top of the mold and add the tiny ice cubes.
  • Use the UV flashlight to cure the resin for 10 seconds.

DIY Resin Margarita Necklace

  • Squeeze additional clear jewelry resin into the mold. Add slices of limes and margarita sprinkles from the Mixed Drinks Shaker Sprinkles*.  Cure using the UV Flashlight for an additional 10 seconds.
  • Add a thin line of resin over the ice cubes and add more ice cubes so that the cubes are higher than the mold.  Cure using the UV Flashlight.
  • After you finish layering your margarita, fill the mold with clear jewelry resin.
  • Use the UV Flashlight to finish curing the remaining resin for 30-60 seconds.
  • It easily pops out of the mold without the need of a releasing agent.  (No need to wait.)

DIY Resin Margarita Necklace

DIY Resin Margarita Necklace-Sue's Creative Workshop www.sueeldred.com 3612

This was so much fun to make.  Especially since I am an impatient person. 

It is quick and easy to use.  It is great for layering because you can use

a little at a time, cure it, and then keep adding more as you go.

YouV Art Resin

While I had the resin out, I decided to play a little more. 

I used Clear Jewelry Gel and eyes from the Witches Brew Shaker Sprinkles* and the Hex Jewelry Mold to make dimensional eyes that I can use on a later project.

YouV Art Resin

  • To make the Heart Embellishment, squeeze a small amount of Clear Jewelry Resin into the bottom of the mold. Add a small pink heart on top the resin using the Sweetheart Shaker Sprinkles*.
  • Cure the resin with the UV flashlight for 10 seconds.
  • Finish filling the mold with Red Jewelry Resin.
  • Use the UV flashlight for 30-60 seconds to finish curing the resin.

Making Mini Resin Frames

Resin Frame and Magnet 2788

I had this idea that I’d been wanting to try…

to create little dimensional framed artwork using miniature frames filled with resin.

It really is pretty easy to do.  The only hard part for me was waiting for the resin to cure.

They would be great for weddings or parties.

Customize the frames to use for table numbers, centerpieces, desert tables and more.

There’s a lot of possibilities.

Resin Magnet Supplies 916

To Create a Mini Frame…

Materials:

Directions:

  1. Remove the backing and glass from frame.
  2. Apply Rose Gold Metallic Lustre or paint of choice onto frame.
  3. Adhere decorative paper onto mat-board.   Cut mat-board to fit frame back and adhere.
  4. Embellish the inside of the frame with computer generated words or small embellishments. Make sure embellishments inside the frame is lower than frame top.
  5. Measure and mix resin following manufacturer’s instructions. Pour mix into frame to cover embellishments. Blow air onto the resin using a thin straw to help remove bubbles. Let dry completely.

Resin Frame 0957

The Mr. & Mrs. and LOVE table frames were featured in Craft Ideas Spring Issue. (page 36)

Make sure to check out Craft Ideas Magazine for Craft Ideas for Every Occasion, Every Skill Level.

Craft Ideas Magazine Spring 2016

This project was created for and sponsored by Craft Ideas Magazine.

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