Glowy Spider Bezel Necklace
What you'll need to make this:
- Super Glow In The Dark Resin Additive - AQUA (1oz. by weight)
- Clear Photo Film
- Resin 12 oz. Set (deals on multiples)
- No-Residue Adhesive Resin Backer Film (12 sheets)
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You'll also need

A bezel or frame.

Graphics (spider, web), and an inkjet printer for the Clear Photo Film.

Optional: red acrylic paint or nail polish for hourglass.


If you like glow in the dark resin jewelry, or unique resin jewelry with flair, I think you'll love this project. Here is another example of resin in a bezel, this time I found a carved bead with an oval opening that let me pour in 3 layers, starting with glow in the dark resin, I used graphics printed on our Clear Photo Film, and on the final layer I used thickened, goopy resin to "Emboss" just on the spider to make its body super shiny and extra creepy!

Remember, for glow in the dark resin projects we've got the best resin supplies for jewelry and crafts at, and we're here to help along the way, so if you need a resin starter kit, more resin project ideas, or if you get stuck at any point, just reach out and we'll be happy to help!

If youre bezel is open like mine, you can either use our No Residue Resin Backer Film or clear packing tape to seal the back. Then pour a thin layer of resin with Glow In The Dark Additive (I used our Aqua Glow), and let that set up. Then pour a clear layer and add your spider web graphic printed on Clear Photo Film, or use a clear sticker. 

When that layer is firming up but still sticky (from 2-4 hours), press your spider graphic down so it sticks to the top of that layer. Alternatively, you can let the layer set up all the way, then pour another very thin layer and insert the spider graphic. I used red acrylic paint to make the spider's hourglass stand out, you can also use red nail polish.

Use some of your thickened resin to "draw" over the spider, creating some shiny dimension on just that area.

The final piece can easily be made into a necklace, bracelet, or decoration.

And it makes an amazing glow in the dark resin piece!

Do you love these glow in the dark resin projects? Unique and slightly creepy jewelry that is spectacular day and night can be easy to make following these steps and using these products. I used Brilliant Resin (the best resin for jewelry), Clear Photo Film, and Glow In The Dark Resin additive, in a beautiful carved open bead. Follow the links above for supplies for all of your glow in the dark resin projects from

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