How to Make the Skinny Statement Resin Ring

Alternatively titled "How to Make Resin Rings that Aren't Bulky."

Bulky, cumbersome, inconvenient, clunky--maybe some people like their rings to have these adjectives.

Others don't. I don't.

But when it comes to resin statement rings, they ALL seem to be that way.

It took me a damn year, but I've developed a way to create thin, lightweight statement resin rings.

No molds. No fancy, expensive tools (except for a drill, but that's about $15 and you might already have it).

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What goes into making them?

  • A thin, bendable open frame or link
  • The contents to embed in the resin
  • A small drill (like Little Windows Spring Drill) with something to drill on
  • Chain (Yes! chain is comfortable and doesn't slip off like smooth metal)
  • Optional: a ring sizer. Can be found for a few bucks on Amazon or Ebay

These take a few days to a week to make, as all resin jewelry does because of drying time.

But, the best part in my opinion? These rings take ONE layer! It's a bit of a thick layer, but it works!

At any rate, it's thin enough to be comfortable without being cumbersome AND it's thick enough to wear as jewelry.

Clocking in at about 2 millimeters in thickness, these thin statement rings are unlike any other resin rings in existence.

Click here to pre-order The Skinny Statement resin ring class!*

Class will be available September 28th, 2018. It'll be a recorded video cut down to the essentials (in other words, as short and concise as possible). You'll have access to it for the life of my online school, being able to revisit whenever.

If you're not ready for this class (not for newbies!), enter your info below to enroll in my free course, Resin Jewelry Basics! Learn foundational knowledge and figure out how to get started making resin jewelry.*

*The Skinny Statement resin ring class is for those how are already familiar with resin jewelry. If you're totally new to resin jewelry you should take the free course first.