Making a Resin Charm Necklace

Learn how easy it is to make a resin charm necklace. #beebeecraft #craspire #youv #temu


I crafted this uv resin charm necklace using a collage piece of paper from my stash. I love being able to use created papers in jewelry making.

If you are interested in learning how to make the collage book pages, the tutorial is in the first part of this YouTube Video:

I used YouV jewelry resin in clear. This resin is toxic-free and cures in seconds to a minute making it very easy to work with.


  • resin mold (Craspire)
  • YouV jewelry resin
  • YouV resin light
  • DIY craft paper
  • glitter
  • soda can
  • scissors
  • jewelry wire – 20 gauge silver
  • jewelry pliers – needle nose and flat
  • purple bead (BeebeeCraft)
  • black necklace cord (Temu)

YouTube Tutorials:

Resin Charm:

Necklace Tutorial:

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Necklace cords

Square Resin Earrings

Learn how quick and easy it is to make resin earrings with You-V jewelry gel resin.

with You-V Resin

finished earrings

These resin earrings are rather quick and very easy to make. I used You-V resin because of its quick drying time and safety features. Using a mold and a few inclusions and I have a new pair of earrings that work with a variety of different outfits.

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I used blue jewelry gel resin from You-V, an earring mold, a UV flashlight, and some glitter inclusions.

resin in mold

The resin and inclusions are in the mold. Blue jewelry gel resin is transparent and very light in color. In this image, you can see the randomness and similarities of the inclusions.

uv light

All the curing steps were done with a UV flashlight. The gel can be cured with a UV nail lamp as well. Because the resin cures quickly, it was easy to hold a flashlight for the time needed. A UV nail light will also work.

jewelry parts

Once the resin pieces were taken out of the mold and cleaned up, they were ready for the jewelry findings. I actually needed 2 more small jump rings that aren’t seen in this photo.

To see all the process steps and tips watch the complete video tutorial below.

Video Tutorial:

You-V logo

Not all UV resin works the same way. You-V is rather special in that it cures quickly (30 seconds to a minute) and is SGS certified with solvent-free composition. Under regular handling, it has a low risk of skin irritation making it safe to use without protection as well as safe for kids to use.

Quick Resin Earrings

Learn how to make quick resin earrings.

finished earrings

These resin earrings almost glow. They were so quick to make. To do so you need the right products and those would be from You-v. They have resin that is non-toxic and cures in less than a minute. I was recently introduced to You-v. and I can tell it is going to change how and when I use resin.

These earrings glow in the light making them hard to photograph and get them in focus. You will have to take my word for it. They are stunning in person.

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  • resin mold
  • jewelry resin
  • UV flashlight
  • transfer film
  • penknife
  • cardstock
  • black permanent marker
  • jewelry findings
  • adhesive

Video Tutorial:

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Polymer Clay and UV Resin Earrings

I am really excited about the results I am achieving with this technique. I think I have only just scratched the surface of the possibilities. I really like how the paint (DecoArt Interference)¬†changes from white to colors when applied to a dark surface. The UV Resin really enhances the colors and gives emphasis to the dimension. I’ve only made earrings so far but I look forward to making pendants and more. The colors are so pretty and work together well.


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Using black polymer clay, stamp the surface, cut your shapes and bake to the manufacturer’s instructions.

video tutorial
close-up of polymer clay with paint
close-up with resin
finished earrings