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Alcohol Ink & Resin Pour Jewelry

Kellie Chasse, Artist/Instructor ✅ 15+ Years

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12 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Intro Resin and Alcohol Ink Pendants

      1:14
    • 2. Resin Pendant Materials

      2:06
    • 3. Mixing Art Resin

      6:11
    • 4. Step 1 Adding Alcohol Ink to a silicone Cake Mold

      4:32
    • 5. Step 2 - Another Option for a mold

      2:57
    • 6. Step 3 - Begin Cutting your Resin

      2:08
    • 7. Step 4 - More Shapes

      1:59
    • 8. Step 5 Sanding the Edges

      1:39
    • 9. Step 6 Finishing the Edges

      1:36
    • 10. Final Steps - Adding the Bail and Necklace

      1:28
    • 11. Additional Options

      4:35
    • 12. Your Project

      1:17

About This Class

DIY Resin & Alcohol Ink Abstract Necklaces in Bulk -

Step by step Jewelry Art for Beginner with Artist and Instructor Kellie Chasse

Create some very easy and beautiful original Art pendants for your necklaces. 

I've broken the class content into easy, manageable steps even for beginners. 

We will learn several important concepts like how to use alcohol inks in resin to create dazzling designs, learn when your resin is cured, how to cut out a variety of shapes, and attach bails to create one of a kind unique art pieces.

If you have other brands of resin to use that's okay, just make sure to follow the directions of your brand. Art resin is my favorite since it has a long cure time and it gives plenty of time to create before it dries. If you wait for 72 hours it will be fully cured in most cases. 

This course will give you the skills and materials to develop your unique jewelry pieces. I'll take you through the entire video of my steps and process and I'll give you all my supplier information.

So if you are ready to gain some confidence in creating some easy yet beautiful jewelry necklaces let's jump in!

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Looking for the supplies, I've made it easy with listing them all here in my Amazon Shop.

This is an Beginner to Intermediate course for those of you that want to have fun, be creative, and get the basics on how to create these artsy pendants. Learn all my quick easy tricks and steps to create your own jewelry to wear or gift!

WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER IN THIS COURSE:

  • Watch me how to pour resin in a Mold and without.
  • Learn what supplies you will need to create pendants in bulk - Attached is a PDF under the Class Project with all the supplies.
  • We'll cover a how to pour and tint your resin, and add layers of alcohol inks for some interesting colors.
  • Learn to create soft flowing movement in your resin.
  • We will cut your resin into interesting shapes to produce some very unique pendants. 
  • Please don't forget to post your projects below, I can't wait to see them! 

Sometimes necklaces or findings sizes don't always match up for An easy fix is to use a little jump ring with necklaces that don't fit -  they have them in the is little Jewelry Kit. Here's a little youtube video. Depending on the size you need they also have just the jump rings in a number of sizes. I do like the kit though it has a lot of the goodies in there plus a little ring that helps open and close the jump rings. 

Have Left over Resin - here are a few More Classes available on Skillshare:

Check out my newest course: Alcohol Ink Wine Glasses/Coffee cups

New Fluid Art Diptych Alcohol Ink painting Sealed in Resin.

Fashionable Resin Jewelry for Beginners - Create a Pendant and Earring set

Alcohol Ink and Resin Jewelry Skinny Silicone Molds

Step by Step Guide to Painting Resin Art - ZEN DISK PROJECT - Acrylic, Alcohol Ink & Mixed Media

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I also have a MEMBERS Only Facebook Page just for my students. You can post your work or ask questions, plus you can chat with other students. 

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1. Intro Resin and Alcohol Ink Pendants: Hey, everyone, Kelly, hear from Kelly chassis. Find Our and today's class is a D. I. Y Resin and Alcohol Inc Abstract necklace. This is something you can do step by. Step with me for beginners, and you can create a ton of necklaces in bolt. I've broken down the class content into very easy, manageable steps, even for beginners. So in this course will learn some important concept, like how to use alcohol inks and resin to create some really dazzling designs and learn how to know when you're resin is cured. How to cut it up into a variety of shapes will attacks and ales, and you'll be able to create some really unique pieces. If you have some other brands of residents, okay, just make sure to follow the directions on your brand art. Resin is my favorite, since it has a long cure time, and it gives you plenty of time to create before it dries. This course will give you the skills and materials to develop your unique jewelry pieces, and I'll take you through the entire video of my steps and my process puzzle give you all my supplier information. So if you are ready to gain some confidence and creating some easy a beautiful resin jewelry pieces, let's jump in 2. Resin Pendant Materials: welcome to the uncle in present, pending class. So I'm gonna go over a material list here with you. And I will also have links for a lot of these supplies that I use in my classes in my Amazon shop. So I'll post that down below for you as well. So the first thing to start off material, you'll need some alcohol inks and alcohol Inks are made by pinata Ranger co pick. They have a bunch of different brands. I prefer the brand pinata. They stay really strong and bright in the art resident. You will need some gloves to protect your hands from the al galling as well as Wayne, you mixture resin. And for a resin, I'm using the grand art resin. You'll need some cups. You'll need some stir sticks, and you'll also need a little mini crumble A towards our little blowtorch. A plumber torch. I used a butane one here, and that's to get the air bubbles out. So, depending on what type brand resin you're using, please make sure that you follow directions for your brand some sure, faster than others. I'm using the brand art resin. It gives you plenty of work time, and it hardens fully within 24 to 48 hours, and this one is a two part mixture. It's a hardener on a resin that you have to do equal parks for. You. Mix them together for three minutes very carefully, so you don't have lots of air bubbles, and then you do your poor so again, just followed directions for your particular resin. Art resin works great. I'm using a silicone mold here. You'll need something that you can take that resin out of. You can also just use a plat plain old black trash bag, and we'll show you both ways. To do this, you have to make sure you have a level surface, and it's contains of your Risen doesn't go everywhere and lead a ruler cutting material on a cutting board. You'll also need some findings, and you'll need a bail to glue on with Samy 6000 glue. Once you've cut your pieces and you'll need some different types of jewelry, necklaces, things like that. So I will list all that for you here in a pdf form. Everything that I use can be found online on Amazon 3. Mixing Art Resin: So one of the most important things when using a resin is you want to make sure that your surface is level. So grab something that you can level with. I just use my iPad. I haven't app for it, but you can obviously use a level if you have one. Make sure that your area is covered so that you don't get a resident anywhere. I'm using a silicone mat here, and you do need to make sure this will come out that you if you get any resin on there, you want to take it off. Use alcohol before it starts to dry, or you can peel it within a couple of hours of it starting to cure. So this is another poor that I had done a while ago. You could feel a little bit of glitter in there. That's always an option for you to from glitter some. I mean, you could throw any kind of little jewels in there some fun stuff, but I want to show you here. I'm gonna be lifting this one off, so if you catch it in time, it's really easy to remove and you can see this one's coming off very easy. Some of the other pieces that I have on there, some smaller pieces I did not clean up in time, so they are still stuck on there. Also one dimension with your leftover resin if you have any end at your containers, if you leave them in a plastic cup has to be a heavy plastic cup so that it can take the pulling out. Leave a Popsicle stick or a spoon or a wooden spoon. Don't get your favorite ones, but an older wooden spoon. And once this is dry, you can twist and lift right out, and you can reuse that cup now. So if you're doing larger pores, this is great for that. Those little small disposable cups are not the thing to use for that, though. They will crack, so you will need your gloves to protect your hands. I'm going to be using the brand art resin. This is one of my favorites. It has no VFW's, the OSI's, and it's, um, there's don't know, smell to it or anything. You do want to make sure that your area is at least 70 degrees. That's when it cures the best. I don't do this in a cold area, make sure you have to separate cups. To start and have 1/3 cup is the best way to do it. So the third cup would be the one that you would pour the hardener and the resin into once you have each one measured separately, so they will all go into that third cup that will you make sure that you've got equal amounts of the resin and the hardener, and when you do that, that is when the reaction occurs. Mark your areas on your cups. I like to use disposable cups. Why first started. But I have since, um bought myself some plastic containers, and I put an age on one cup in our any other. That way I can remember which one is which. In case I have to go back in and add a little bit more to it. I want to show you here. I'm just made that little mark on there, so I made sure that both of those cups were even, and I could just eyeball it from that. You can also use a measuring cup, as I said before, but you're going to pour in your equal amounts are depending on how much you want to dio how big amount of resin, how maney pendants you're going to dio. I did. For example, I think about 10 pendants with one ounce of resin, so kind of keep that in mind. I would recommend starting out small and to get comfortable with it. The resin does tend to spread unless you're using a silicone mold and you don't need a really thick piece of resin. It'll easier to cut when it's thin. So start small. Have the resident all measured out, and now I'm going to do the same amount in my second cup with the hardener, and our present has a couple of different sizes that you can get. They have, um, I think it's like a four ounce starter kit and a down 16 ounces, and they have gallons. So they make it easy for being how many projects you're gonna dio and another option if you don't know how much resin to use is to take a cup of water before you begin to feel your mold up. I have an idea how much you want to pour into that mold, and then take the water poured back into a measuring cup, and you know how many ounces of resin that you'll need to fill your mold, And I remember you have that's half in half, so that's combined. So if it's two ounces of resonant total, you have one couple, one ounce of hardener and one ounce of the resin. So I have measured out equal parts of hardener and resin and become it because I have a really small batch of resin. I am just using the two cups. I'm pretty sure I can get all of that hardener in there and start really well with a small amount like this. Otherwise, I would be using that third cup. So once you pour those together in there, you want to make sure that you start to mix. It makes it slowly. You can see it's a little cloudy here, and I begin to mix it and those little bands. That's what we want to make sure that is all mixed. So if you stir for 3 to 4 minutes, they say at least three minutes that I find the smaller the batch. Um, you know, three minutes is usually is usually enough. But if you have larger batches, you want to start a little bit longer. You will find that these get air bubbles in them, but it does get a lot of bubbles, but they do tend to release, and especially if you're using alcohol. The alcohol tends to release him as well. On them, torching them does. So If you let the sit for just about a minute or two, some of those bubbles will release. The key is, you don't want to have a lot of air bubbles in your jewelry pieces. The slower that you mix, usually the less air bubbles that you can create. So I decided I'm going to use a little bit bigger silicone mold to square cake pan. So I ended up mixing up twice a much of the resin that I originally had made so that I could do a larger piece for this. So again, totally up to you for the amount of resin that you're using for your project. 4. Step 1 Adding Alcohol Ink to a silicone Cake Mold: So for starters, I mixed up my resident. Now, I don't want this too thick as far as the with, because we want to be able to cut this. So you want to have it? Maybe about 1/4 of an inch on your pan or on your trash bag, whichever way you decide to go with, and I will show you both here just so you can see you get a little bit more organic. Look with the trash bag. This one with the pan here is more uniforms, you know, more square cuts. Of course you're doing it by hand. So might not be perfect, which is really part of the charm. So I have mixed up my resin. I've got about 1/4 inch depth here, and I'm just taking the blowtorch to it. I do find that when you use resin, our resident, if you have a room temperature is a little bit warmer. You have a little bit less bubbles. We want try to get most of those bubbles out first. So if you find you have a lot of bubbles and years and you've started quite vigorously, you may want to do a very little bit Do the blowtorch, poor little bit more into the blowtorch, a gal and give you a little bit of time to get those bubbles to go to the surface and you can pop them. But when you add the alcohol to it, a lot of times that will disperse those air bubbles anyway, So I'm using the pinata. Alcohol, Eggs. I'm just gonna do some drops in here Now, this is really part of the fun. You can do any colors you want. I like to use a lot of white in mind and gives it a nice little bit of a swirl. And this is probably the most fun I ever have with alcohol wings just dropping it into residency wings. What it's going to dio. So let's add a few more colors here. I use a lot of purples, a lot of the Baja blue sapphire blue. I'm pretty much used just about everything in here just for fun, because you can get a lot of different variations of colors. What's out? A little bit of senorita magenta have a little bit of pink in here. The pink in the blue will give you a nice shade of purple together and then add quite a bit of the Blanco. Here. This is almost 1/2 of a cap full. I really like the white since the white, a little bit heavier pigment. It was more of a mix. It ipso that just settles down through all of those other colors. So this is where you get to have fun? A. You can just pop in your colors here and there. There is no right or wrong with this year going to just have fun, play for your colors in there. And it's all a guessing game as to what this is going to come out like that. That's part of the fun. So just go ahead and fill that, and you could even leave some white spaces in there if you want to. If you, ah, like that. Look, we have some clear and there it's all totally up to you and whatever direction, whatever colors you want to go with. So at this point, I'm just gonna take my Popsicle stick because I want this to have a little bit of swirl bit of design in here. So I'm just mixing some of that up trying not to get too much in there because I don't wanna mix everything completely, but just give it a little bit more of a design in there, and sometimes I'll take a little spritzer of alcohol, just a spritz it and it will separate some of those colors. Just be really careful when you're using alcohol that you're covering yourself for the mask and you've got yourself protected because you don't want that Breathe in any of the alcohol as well as be careful because this has so much of the alcohol already on it with the inks. Um, it's flammable anyway, So if you use your torch and you like this at this point, you can see here where this catches on fire. It's contained in that little area here. Um and I just blew it out. But do you have to be careful with that? Once the alcohol dissipates on the top, there usual. That's gone. So just be careful. Give it a few seconds before you actually torch it in between this time frame. Well, that alcohol is still, um, hasn't evaporated yet, so I'm just gonna pick this one up, and I'm gonna move it aside, and we're gonna let this one dry and we'll let this dry for about 24 hours, maybe a little bit less. You're gonna have to feel it out and see. You want to make sure that it's not completely hard and it gives you enough strength what holds it together. But you can cut it, so you want it very pliable. 5. Step 2 - Another Option for a mold: So now I'm gonna do the same thing on just a trash bag here. Now, you really have to make sure that your surface is very level when you do this because you don't want this dripping down off your table. But this is, Ah, very organic way to do this. You never know what shapes you're gonna come up with. So you're person that doesn't wanna have, you know, squares or rectangles and you like a little bit more of, ah, organic design. This is a really fun way to do it, cause you can get some really odd angles and different sizes and different shaped pieces this way. So you're gonna do this basically the same way by dropping your alcohol Inc in and letting this flow. And I have to be careful because it will tend to spread on you. And I really found this way to be a little bit easier to cut because it was a lot thinner than my first batch that I did with the cake pan. So again, make sure that your cake pan is not filled too much when you do this, because it's much easier to cut when it's a little bit thinner. So I'm going to speed this part up since you've already seen this already and just let you watch the process here and then I'm going to give this a little spritz of alcohol on top of the resin here, and you can watch this. Look at that. Isn't that beautiful? It really does some really fun things with the resin, and it spreads that Alcohol Inc out even a little bit more. So we're gonna This is a close up here of it that we're gonna let this is dry. Now again with the other one. And we're gonna go back, actually checking in about 15 hours. Leave this coverage. You don't get a lot of dust or particles in there and we'll go back. And I'm gonna show you the consistency that you're gonna want this now, depending on your environment, your moisture, humidity or dryness, the heat in your house This varies. So I want to show you here what you want this to feel like before you get ready to cut it? We'll also notice I'm not using the torch on this because we have a plastic bag underneath and that will melt So that's why I spritz the alcohol, the 90 1% isopropyl alcohol on top, and that will help you get air bubbles released. 6. Step 3 - Begin Cutting your Resin: Okay, so this is about 15 hours later. You can see this Really moved on the papers. Be careful, baby. Sit it. And a See that you're not gonna have this. Go off the edge of your table, Hunter your floor. So put your plastic down. Um, so you can see how this is quite pliable at this point. It's not sticking to my hands, so I know that it's ready to go. It's ready to cut. Now. This will get completely hard. Stuff is a rock. Almost, Um, if you let this dry even further. So this is why it's important to cut it now, while this is still very pliable, so you can see that peace is, um, very soft still, but it's not sticking to my hands. As I said, Onda, it's large that really spread out. It made it really cool design in there, though you have two sides, usually if you have ah, shiny garbage bag, it will stay shiny on both sides. If you have something that has a little bit more texture, it might be more dull. So once I might look a little bit better than the other and you'll have to check yours out and see what you think. So now we're getting ready to cut it. I'm using a ruler with a metal guard on it, and this just makes it a lot easier with my Exacto knife. And then I have just my little cutting board here. So we're gonna just cut thes up into any size and any shape that we want to You can have some really large pieces. So this would be even cool to make, um, like a wind chime or something with if you wanted to do a little pieces and then pop a little hole in there so that you can hang them a different different shapes and different sizes and lengths. I'm just thinking this now, as I'm watching my video back so you can have some thin ones of long pieces. But the key is to get this cut right away, get your shapes down and get them in. So we're gonna go ahead and cut all of this up, and then I will show you the next step 7. Step 4 - More Shapes: there is another. They have. Ah, few of those larger pieces cut. We're gonna shape these up a little bit smaller. Now you can see the back side of this isn't quite a shiny. And this is a little bit trickier because you don't want to bend these too much when you're cutting the smaller piece. So just be super careful with that. And I decided if I did it a little bit a shorter, quicker strokes, Um, it didn't been quite as much, and I tried to cut through the entire piece at once. It really bent it. So take it easy. Take it slow and just very carefully sliced through those. And then you can cut these to any size you want. We're gonna cut a bunch of these up. So again, you don't have to have those all that shape. So if you want to take some more angular shapes, you can do it this way by cutting off some of those funkier edges that from the poor, and you gonna do the same thing with the square one. They they basically work the same way. This one was just a little bit more fun to show you? I think so. Look at those. You could make some really neat little shapes. Very geometric that you can also take your little hole Puncher. This is a little bit more difficult. You have to have it quite thin in order to do that to get that hole puncher in there. Um, but I did manage to get a few of them. You just pop him out. And these air Quite sin. So you wanna make sure you have that drying on a very flat surface is? Well, I flew in the air to see that. So there you go. So you can see I just had fun here. I'm just making all kinds of little shapes here. Squares, rectangles has, um, some round ones that I took and I stretched, um, so that they were not quite uniformed. That one looks like a little landscape here. That was cool. 8. Step 5 Sanding the Edges: So now I have those all cut up. I have all my little shapes here. The next step is to sand of those sides because of sides have a Raj. Now I've waited a couple of days. These are a lot stronger now. They're very Steph. They've completely hardened. And I want to take some fine grit sandpaper here. And you can also add a little bit of water to your sandpaper so that dust doesn't fly. Make sure that you have your mask on your covered as throughout this whole process. If, ah, if you want to stay state, make sure you're taking all your safety precautions using these. And you're just gonna do this circular motion to smooth out all of those edges. If you have anything that's not uniform or something, you know, like or something that might be sharp, You could make sure that you stand those all down and remember, these are all hand cut. So they're not perfect. They're not machine cut, their hand cut. And that's part of the craft and the artistry of these. So once you have those all smoothed down, you're gonna go through all of those and you can make a lot of necklaces with this, Let me tell you that one piece went a long way. I was able to get over 50 necklaces out of that poor, and that's with not even using all of it so you can use those little extra pieces, cut them up. We decided to do some type of abstract mosaic type thing. You could do that with them, so don't throw any of those away. So let's go ahead and we'll finish this up here and I'll take you on to the next step. 9. Step 6 Finishing the Edges: So when you have them all, Sandy, you want to make sure you wash them off and they're fully dry because the a couple of pieces have some clear make sure they're dry on both sides. And then I just took a black Sharpie. I found this to be one of the easiest way to do this because I wanted to steal those edges . I didn't like the look of that without having it shiny. I took black a black Sharpie and just quickly rent around all of the sides to all of these pieces. And this is a wide tip sharpens. You can see the king size, so it went a lot faster. Now, you can also use acrylic paint. If you wanted to do that, you could use pretty much anything that you have to do those edges. But I just found this really quick really simple. I was able to do a lot of them are very fast, So here they are, all finished up. Now you're gonna want to seal the black Sharpie. You can do that with a little bit of module podge, um, or some type of ceilings. You can spray it and that will keep that nice and shiny on the sides for you as well. And while those air drying I do recommend that you put it on some type of wax paper something that they won't stick to, depending on what you're using and then be carefully, don't get any on the front E just wiped a little bit of it off there. So once this is all done and these air dry, you're ready for our next step, which is the final step will be putting on and the veil and adding the chains to this. 10. Final Steps - Adding the Bail and Necklace: so these air completely dry now. And I found these cute little bustles easier sterling silver plated, and they come in all different sizes. Amazon has a bunch of them that you can get, and then I'm just gonna use, um e 6000 to glue those on. So you don't need a lot just a little tiny bit here. And then you're just going to attach that to the back side, whatever side you don't like, as much of that has a little wrinkle in it from the garbage bag there. So I decided those air my bad. That's my backside. And it's not a shiny. So you're just gonna place that on their glue and let that dry for about 24 hours, wipe off any excess there, and then you will be a ready to put that on a chain next? This is a bigger piece here. Isn't that gorgeous? So much fun. So here they all are all finished up, and I'm added all of the chains. Of course, you could go with any type of change you want. I did the rope chains, the leather chain. Um, you can pick anything you like to go with your style. And I do have these little boxes here that I found on Amazon as well, and I'll give you the link to that. 11. Additional Options: And although we don't need to this particular kit for this class, this is great to have a few plan on making more jewelry. I try to make this one really simple, but having this is great that it's a great little addition to jewelry making. This is the perfect tool. Kit has everything you need to get started with jewelry, making you get a little pliers here. There has, um ah. Little rope, some wire, some fishing line that will measurer. It also comes with a little tape measurer fabric one. And it has tweezers. Helped you rob the whole of the little tiny findings get to different ones here on. And it also has this little kit with all findings that so there's lots of different, um, little jump brings in here and some bales and all kinds of little goodies. So really everything you need to get started with with this kit. So in case you're wondering what this little goal thing is, it's basically a easy way for you to take your findings and crimp its You just put that it's like a little ring you put on your finger and then you can bend the little the jumper rings back and forth. If you need to add those to any of your jewelry pieces, you may have noticed some of my items that were in boxes at the beginning of the class, and I wanted to show you here really quickly. These make a great little box for these resident pieces. So they come and sets I think of 25 50 or 100 on Amazon, and they have, like, a little detail ing on the box. Here they come in a bunch of different sizes. So depending on the size that you're making, you can go up or down in size, and then they have little little cotton piece that goes in it. So I place my little necklaces inside. And then I also have, um these little cards that I had made up through Mr Print and it has my name on it. And it has artists created image, so I can use that for a lot of different things, and it has my website on the bottom of it. So this is something you can very easily do through Mr Print as a new artist. If you plan on selling these at either craft show or as retail items. And when I had these made, I had him have a little space left of the bottom here. So I can put in what particular type of materials that I'm using, like all right hand painted resin or hand poured resin. Piece of people know what the jewelry pieces made from, and then a little spot at the top. Here, I just put the price. If I am selling these in the retail shops, Nico, obviously, you know, do handwritten or you can dio little price cards or something. But this is really easy way to do. It doesn't cost a whole lot of money and usually don't use. Quite so it's, ah, thick Sharpie and I thought I had on hand at the time. Usually that's a fine point. Sharpie, and then I'll usually will put them on my table and on a line them all up like this so the customer can see the cards upright in the box and a for a final touch. They have these cute little gold bands that you can put on top of your box, so I'll put the little card inside. But the top on. And then I will just take one of these elastic gold bows and wrap that around there just makes you know sweet little gift, especially, and just doctors it up a little bit more. They have a bunch of different sizes for those bands as well, so I'll give you the link toe all of that in the bottom of in the bonus sections that you'll have that. And if you want to order it, you can do so. And then one final piece I wanted to mention if you have leftover resin or if you want to try something that's a little more uniform, they do sell these cute little silicone moulds for jewelry, and these ones work really well. They're very soft, and they're really easy to pop out the jewelry. So I recommend these, and I'll give you the link for those as well. They've also got the little hole already in the middle, so really easy to put one of the little jump rings on and attached those. And then, if you really want to try some other fun things, they've got the same silicone mold for bracelets, and then you could do a really large pendant. If you want to do that as well 12. Your Project: So thanks so much for joining me with this. A resin project. I am so excited to see you guys. Try this for yourself. Try some different colors, tries in different chains and just really have fun with this. And if you have some looked over resume, you want to give a few other projects a try? I have a few others that you might be interested in. We have the resin jewelry course, which is more of a poor technique. And we have one that is for skinny mold. You concretely little crystals that you're really pretty. And then I have one with natural birch bark that you just do a clear coat over. And then if you were interesting doing something other than jewelry, I have the drink coasters and some knobs as well as a wonderful Zen. 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