You'll also need
- Fabric with a filigree design - fabrics react differently in resin, watch the tutorial to help you choose which will work best
- White cardstock, if you decide to back your fabrics as shown in the video
- Waxed paper or another non-stick surface (back of your doming tray works, if you're not using it for other projects at the time)
- Sharp scissors, a craft knife, and a cutting surface
- Whatever jewelry findings you want to use to turn your piece into wearable jewelry. I used Wire Lace in colors that matched my fabric, and tied beads to the ends rather than adding a clasp, so it's adjustable.
- Paper towels
This is one of the most time consuming resin projects I've made, mostly due to the fine cutting of all the details to make the piece look airy and delicate. It's not hard, but it does take patience. The quilting cotton I chose has a metallic ink print to accent the design, and these accents show up even more in resin, to my delight.
Once I had my piece made I decided to tie several cords of Wire Lace in different colors through the design, rather than drilling and using jump rings, but you can do that too if you prefer. I made the cords long enough to be tied at the back, with extra length to hang down, this way it's adjustable. I tied coordinating beads to the ends to finish it off.
Here's a coordinating charm bracelet I made: