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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 10 February 2023
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782219644
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 216x280 mm
  • Illustrations: 200
  • Pages: 96
  • RRP: £12.99
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Modern Resin Jewellery


Over 50 inspiring easy-to-make projects by Sara Naumann (Author)

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Book Description

Be impressed by the ease and versatility of resin jewellery making.

Building on the success of her first book, well-known crafter Sara Naumann provides over 50 new projects that are modern and straightforward to replicate. She demonstrates how simple and quick resin jewellery is to make, using minimal equipment and readily available products. All relevant safety information is included, along with a troubleshooting section.

The technique is very easy: simply mix the two-part resin together and pour into a mould, bezel or pendant. Sara uses pre-made, inexpensive moulds in a variety of shapes and sizes. Rings, pendants, brooches, cufflinks, hairpins and bracelets are all achievable and look professional.

You can add numerous items to the resin to create different effects. Paper or foil inserts, for example an old photo or map, can provide a background for bezels of varying shapes and sizes, or make your own custom background by spraying or stencilling your own designs onto paper. You can also immerse various items in the resin before it cures, such as dried flowers, glitter, sequins, watch parts and gemstones, or use dyes and coloured inks to personalize. 

Create a broad range of fresh, stylish projects to make your own bespoke wearables or fabulous gifts.

Table of Contents

Introduction 6
Getting started 8
All about resin 10
Supplies needed 12
Mixing and pouring 14
Troubleshooting 16
Jewellery with bezels 18
Jewellery findings 22
Beads and beading 26
Washi tape and rub-ons 27
Bespoke backgrounds 28
The Projects
Paper Inserts 38
Patterned paper 40, Handmade paper 41, Found paper 42, Luminous layers paper 44, Rice paper 45, Washi tape 46, Rub-on transfers 47, Painted & foiled paper 48, Painted paper 49
Colourizing with liquid 50
Opaque epoxy pigment 52, Crystal tints 53, Alcohol ink 54, Resin dye 56
Colourizing with powder 58
Resin powder 60, Metal powder 62, Perfect pearls pigment powder 64, Shimmer shakers 65
3-Dimensional Inclusions 66
Embossing powder 68, Fine glitter 69, Sand quartz aggregate 70, Watch parts 71, Mica 72, Botanicals 73, Opals 74, Chunky glitter 75, Gilding flake 77
Resin coating 78
Quick cure clay 80, Cement 81, Metal 82, Casting resin 83
Resin with moulds 84
Moulds 86, Moulds with glitter 87, Layered moulds 88, Floating moulds 91, Small moulds 90, Bead moulds 92, Cylinder moulds 93, Sphere moulds 94, Bauble moulds 95
Index 96

About the Author

About Sara Naumann

Sara Naumann has been teaching, designing and developing products, ideas and projects in the craft industry for over 20 years. She is the author of two books (How to Make Resin Jewellery, 2017 and 20 to Make: Washi Tape Cards, 2015). She has an active social media presence, with Facebook Live videos, YouTube, blogging and a weekly email newsletter. She has appeared on television programmes including QVC and Scrapbook Soup (in the US). Sara has been a monthly columnist for Crafts Beautiful magazine for nearly a decade. Teaching and inspiring crafters of all experience levels is her passion. Sara lives in Germany with her husband and daughter.


Customer Review

This is a lovely book covering how to make over 50 inspiring projects including earrings, bracelets, cuff links, necklaces and more. The author likes to use metal bezels of various shapes in the design of the jewellery. Then she uses paper, dried flowers, ink, glitter and stamping to embellish the resin which makes each item of jewellery unique. Moulds, layering and how to add colours are all explained. There is a helpful section on troubleshooting should you require it. I would recommend this book!

Customer Review

It is a beautiful book with over 90 quality gloss pages with loads of helpful tips and tricks to make all kinds of jewellery using resin. I can highly recommend it if you are starting out. There are ideas for using jewellery findings, colouring resin with powder and liquids, 3D inclusions and quick dry clay.

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