You'll also need
- Fabric with a small, distinct 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 would work, if you're not using it for other projects :)
- Sharp scissors
- Whatever jewelry findings you want to use to turn your piece into wearable jewelry. I used Sterling Silver Accent Pins linked through spacer beads, with 2 jumprings at the ends and a lobster clasp.
- Paper towels
You can make bracelets and charms with this technique, follow the tutorial above. These can also become buttons, magnets, pins, game pieces, ...
To finish this piece I drilled 1mm holes in both ends of each car, used Sterling Silver Accent Pins linked through spacer beads, with 2 jumprings at the ends and lobster clasps. See our Wire Wrapping tutorial if you need any help with that part.
For this piece I drilled each flower charm, added a jumpring and hooked them onto a charm bracelet chain.