Resin and Gold Foil Pendants

Hello everyone! Daisy here. Are you’ll excited to see what I have in store for you’ll today? Let’s get started…

Today we will be making a beautiful peach color pendant with gold foil.

For this we will need resin, alcohol inks, resin pigments, mould for jewelry, a measuring scale, a paper cup, a popsicle stick (I have used a plastic one here), jump rings and keychain rings.

Before starting with the DIY, please make sure to use safety gear when working with resin. Please use a respirator and gloves.

First, we will mix the resin and hardener in the proportion of 2:1 using a measuring scale. I will be taking the measurements in grams. I will first pour the resin in the cup.

Next, I will pour the hardener. Since it is a 2:1 ratio resin, the quantity of the hardener will be half the quantity of resin.

After pouring both the resin and the hardener, we will mix it for 3 minutes and then let it sit for 1-2 minutes, so that the bubbles in the resin are released.

We will divide the resin into 2 parts, Half of which we will mix ivory pigment into.

We will add one drop of the beet berry to this to get a beautiful pink shade.

In the other part of resin we will add some gold foil. Mix it will and try to break down the gold foil in the resin.

We will wait for 30-40 mins for the resin to become a little thick and then we will pour it in the moulds.

I will first place the gold foil in the pattern that I want. Then I will add the pink shade resin.

Leave this to cure for 18-20 hours.

We will then de-mould them.

Next we will add  jump rings to the pendants.

And your pendants are ready. They are perfect as gifts to give to family and friends!

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Products used in above DIY:


Silicone Mould:

Alcohol inks:


Gold leaf:

Resin Pigment – Ivory Glaze:

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