Design and make your own jewellery using acrylic sheets and resin. You will learn how to saw and finish your acrylic sheets and dome them with resin and coloured pigments. You will also have the option of embedding metal flakes and real pressed flowers in your pendants.
Participants will make their pendants / charms from a 3" x 4.5" clear or white acrylic sheet, and can expect to make about 2-4 pieces, depending on the size of their pendants / charms.
This price does notinclude the assembly component of the workshop (see below). To book your assembly session, please visit this page.
All participants can enjoy 10% off resin and mould supplies (except already discounted starter kits or bundled kits) on the day of the workshop.
If you are booking for a group of 4 pax and above, please contact us to get a special rate.
Important Note:[Part 2] Assembling and finishing of the pendants / charms, if required, will have to be done on a separate session after the resin is cured. To book your assembly session, please visit this page.
In part 2 session, we will teach you how to finish your masterpiece with beads / chains / findings etc, using the right tools and methods. All materials will be provided to complete your masterpiece.
This session is optional - you may not require this session if you already know how to assemble your own pieces, of if you have made something that does not require any assembly.
2.5 hours (depending on pace of attendees).
Participants who have jewellery making experience might take a shorter time to complete their work.
It takes minimally 5 hours for the resin to cure. Participants may pick up their pieces from our studio during our store opening hours once they have fully cured.
Safety & disclaimer:
We use certified non-toxic, non-hazardous resin in our workshop, which is safe to use for kids too. However, if you are known to be allergic to resin of any form, we do not recommend you to join the workshop. Participants must follow our safety instructions to avoid any harm. We will not be liable for any damages or allergy reactions caused during the workshop.