Published on May 25, 2012
I decided to do a bit of an experiment with resin. I added things that I never tried before, and here are the results.
BUBBLES: If you mix your resin well and slow for about 3 minutes, then let it sit for about 3 minutes you shouldn't have very many bubbles at all. In fact, none of the pieces I made had bubbles...YAY! Usually I almost always have a few bubbles here and there, but I was patient this time and it paid off.
If you want to make them into pendants you can simply glue a bail to the back, or add an eye-pin to the charm as soon as you pop it out of the mold.
MOLD: Hobby Lobby
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