Alcohol Ink and Resin Jewelry Skinny Silicone Molds

Kellie Chasse, Art Coach 15+ Years ✅| Youtuber

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8 Lessons (33m)
    • 1. Skinny Molds Intro

    • 2. Materials Needed

    • 3. Mixing Resin

    • 4. Adding Alcohol Ink

    • 5. Round Pendant

    • 6. Adding Findings

    • 7. Remove from Molds

    • 8. Adding Findings Final Touches


About This Class


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So excited to share with you all that my newest course: Alcohol Ink and Resin Jewelry Skinny Silicone Mold course was just published!

This new course offers and easy Resin beginner project and I'll give you all the materials below and where I purchase them.


Simple quick project based pendant course - Pendant Jewelry Making for Beginners.

We will be creating a few quick silicone skinny mold pendants using Alcohol Ink and Art Resin.

So excited to share with you this new course!  This is a great follow up course to the First Resin jewelry course! 

This new course offers an easy  beginner jewelry project.  I'll give you all the materials and where I purchase them. I love making these and they are a really big seller for me so I hope you enjoy it, and I can't wait to see your projects.

Resin is an amazing art medium that is so much fun to play with! In this course you will learn how to correctly mix and tint your resin and create beautiful wearable art pieces. We will use alcohol ink to tint the molds and create some beautiful pieces. 

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! I'll  take all the scariness away from Resin and show you how mix and create Resin art pendants and give you the skills and materials to develop your unique jewelry pieces.

In this course  will cover: 

  • Materials needed 
  • Learn to Mix and Tint the Resin
  • Easy tips to de-mold 
  • How to add the bails and findings
  • By the end of this course you can whip up some very attractive pieces to wear or sell.
  • Try a few pieces once you have completed these try tinting your resin with a few different colors of Alcohol inks for a different look. 

The main focus of this class is play.  As you try these techniques see how the inks can create some lovely variations. Really dive in with childlike curiosity and create some of your own ideas.  

I love  playing  and I find that trying new techniques brings me joy and I hope it does you too!

REGISTER NOW and get started making some beautiful Resin Art pendants today! I hope to see you inside the course! 

This one is going to be fantastic and you can really get your imagination in full swing. I will be posting more projects for classes on my Instagram page, so make sure to swing my and say hello.

Thank you so much for taking my classes, I get so excited to see my students work so make sure you post your projects! You can even tag me on instagram to be featured in my STORIES!

If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask and feel free to post your practice pieces in the Q&A section.  Can't wait to see them!

Don't forget to FOLLOW me so that You will be notified of all new courses!

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Thank you so much for taking my classes, I get so excited to see my students work so make sure you post your projects! You can even tag me on instagram to be featured in my STORIES!

Look forward to creating with you, have a TERRIFIC day!



In this section Students can view the video for materials needed for these projects . Some items may be purchased online and a few online links are available in the Bonus Section. Remember this course has lifetime access so you can use what you have and play.

 Materials used in this project: 

Many Clickable Links for Purchasing many of the materials listed in the Video.

  • Art Resin Brand  
  • Small Butane Torch 
  • Alcohol Inks either Pinata or Ranger Bahja Blue, Magenta, and Blanco Used in Demos.
  • Silicone Mold Kits
  • Finding Kit with Jump Rings and bails
  • Necklaces
  • Wax Paper or Plastic down on table
  • Level
  • Good Ventilation and or Organic Vapor Mask
  • Paper Towels
  • Wear Protective Gloves
  • Apron
  • Plastic Cups
  • Measuring cup
  • Craft Stick
  • Exacto Knife
  • Find Grit Sand Paper 400

*Art Resin should cure at least 24 Hours 

Best to use resin in room temps of 70F.

Safety first when using any types of chemicals. For all safety questions and concerns please review the MSDS for each product used.