Remember my tutorial on how to do acrylic dirty pours for jewelry? This used up the residue from a larger project for coasters.  I poured the leftovers directly onto my wood shapes and then domed up with resin.

But there is another way to make the jewelry. The process uses acrylic skins.  The tutorial is by Katherine of Dryer Days ArT STuDiO.

The skins are created by dumping the pours onto a silicon mat which means the paint skin can be easily lifted off.  You can also try using wax paper from the kitchen.

Once dried, you can cut out shapes to fit glass domed pendant bezels.  Or top with resin once the skins are glued into the bezels.

Alternatively use the decoupage method on wood shapes as shown in my tutorial here.

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