Monday, February 22, 2016

DIY Resin Donut Pendant Necklaces ~ Craft Klatch

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Are you ready for a fun craft?   How about some doughnut necklaces?  

You will need (affiliate links):
~Silicone mold:
~Ultimate glue:
~Pearl Ex Pigment powders:
~Brown pigment:
~White pigment:
~Yellow pigment:
~Bugle beads:
~Fine glitter:
~Dremel tool:

Video tutorial: 

1.  Mix one ounce of resin, according the package directions.

2.  Mix in a little bit of brown, white and yellow pigment dye.  You are trying to get a donut color.

3.  Pour the resin into the mold.  Try to fill them to equal levels - not all the way full.  You should get roughly 10 donut halves out of one ounce.

4.  Pop bubbles with a lighter and allow to cure at least 12 hours.

5.  Remove the donut halves from the mold.

6.  Glue the halves together, wipe any that might ooze out and allow to dry.

7.  Use the glue to create a frosting on the donuts. 

8.  Add bugle beads as sprinkles.  Gently press them into the glue.

9.  Sprinkle glitter onto the glue and allow to dry.

10.  An alternative, mix pigment powder into some glue and spread it on the donut like frosting.  Press in bugle beads.

11.  When dry, drill a small hole into the donuts.
12.  Add an eye pin with glue.

13.  Add a jump ring.

When you add a cord, you have a super cute necklace!

Thanks for stopping by!  Remember:  Life's too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™  Stay safe!


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