Resin - Jump Ring Cluster Ring
Disposable Mixing bowl or cup
Altered Art Adjustable Ring
This resin project shows you how to use jump rings as an embedding material to create a fun resin ring.
This project doesn't use a mold but a droplet or resin that is poured out onto the baking paper in a desired size for your ring topper. The size of your droplet will depend on your own style requirements as to what size and shape topper you would like to use.
Drop the jump rings into the droplet of resin making sure you don't push it to hard on the bottom.
Once set, sand the back of the casting with some fine sandpaper to make it smooth before attaching it to your ring back.
It is adhered to the ring back using a silicone or super glue.
For complete instructions on casting with resin read these Basic resin casting techniques
The jewelry supplies for this project can be purchased from Photojewelrymaking.com
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.