Resin Heirloom Lace Pendants Craft DIY

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Resin Heirloom Lace Pendants Craft DIY
Resin crafts are easily becoming my favorite types of projects these days.  I love working with all types of resins.  This project is a quick one and a fun way to preserve some lace in a pendant.

You will need:
***the jewelry resin can yellow over time so white lace will look more off white***
EnviroTex Jewelry Resin
UltraSeal or ModPodge
Pendant Bezel and chain
Begin by cutting a piece of lace the size of the inside of the bezel.
Then paint the sealer generously inside the bezel.
Place the lace on top and seal over the top of the lace.
Mix the resin according to package directions in a 2 phase manner.  Raise the bezel to a level surface since the hanging part extends to the back.
Then pour a small amount of the resin in the bezel at a time.
Until the resin bubbles over the top edge and just holds on with surface tension.  Let it sit for about 15 minutes, then use a straw to gently blow all the bubbles that have formed.  Then let it cure for 24 hours.
The lace is delicate and dainty on a necklace!
If hoping for the more contrasted effect, add and seal a circle of black cardstock in the bezel before the lace.
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