Beyond the Basics - Resin Bangles with Inclusions
Make resin bangles with inclusions like feathers, flowers, and lace. Learn how to work in layers and also how to create a colour gradient.
1.1 Working Safely with Resin
1.2 Introduction to Beyond the Basics - Bangles with Inclusions
2 What You'll Make in this Lesson
3 Choosing Resins and Moulds
4 Feather Bangle
5 Lace Bangle
6 Silhouette Bangle with Gradient Colouring
7 Iridescent Mylar Bangle
8 Dried Flower Bangle
9 How to Finish Your Bangles
Suitable Jewellery Resins and Colourants
Plus Size Bangle Mould Suppliers
Birds on a Wire Graphic for Printing
This class is all about adding inclusions to the resin. You'll learn how to embed a variety of organic and inorganic items to the resin and how to work in layers.
You'll learn how to embed feathers, lace and flowers
Work in layers of coloured and clear resin to create an iridescent bangle
Create a colour gradient in resin as a backdrop to a silhouette graphic
Preserve flowers from a special bouquet, lace from your wedding dress or feathers that you've found on a walk. Keep your treasured memories alive forever.
Little extras that are included in your class
A printable graphic of the "Silhouette Birds on a Wire" for you to download and print so you can recreate the colour gradient bangle below.
A list of suitable resin brands and suppliers to help you source the resin for the projects more easily.
We've done all the hard work for you. We've compiled a list of suppliers with bangle moulds for girls with broader knuckles, larger wrists and for those who can't manipulate their hand easily to put on a bangle.
Every epoxy resin is a bit different but the ones we suggest can all be demoulded in about 24 hours. Your resin kit will state the cure times for your resin, and it's best to follow those guidelines.
Resins designed for home use are safe to use when used as the manufacturer directs. I always recommend that you keep sticky resin off your skin by wearing gloves and goggles as a bare minimum. Once the resin cures, it is inert so it is perfectly safe for jewellery.
Yes, they do. They're a bit harder to find but we've compiled a list of bangles that are larger than average to make it easy for you. You'll find it in the downloads section of the class.
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