Easy Chick Charms | Easter Crafts | Craft Klatch

Learn how to make easy resin charms, using cute buttons! It’s an easy Easter Craft!

Here is the full video tutorial, so you can see exactly how I made them:

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1.  I had found these bezels a while back, in the clearance section, and thought they would be perfect for this project.

Holding two jewelry bezels one bronze and one silver
Holding bronze and silver bezels for Chick Charms

2.  Because they do not have flat backs, I used bottle caps to keep them in place.

Bronze bezel placed on bottle cap

3.  I mixed my resin.  The resin I used is a fast curing resin and it cures white.  I had to work fast!

Pouring resin into a cup with silver and bronze bezels placed on plastic bottle caps

4.  I separated the resin into two small cups and added pigment powder to each.  Pigment powder can have a very strong color, but because the resin cures white, it makes them pastel.

Mixing purple powdered pigment in the resin with bronze and silver bezels on bottle caps
Mixing purple pigment into resin

5.  I poured the resin into the bezels.

Pouring pink resin into bronze bezel
Pouring purple resin into silver bezel

6.  I dropped the one chick button into the pink resin and let it sit.

Place chick into resin filled bezel

7.  The purple resin was curing quickly, so I had to squish the other chick into it and hold onto it.  It all cured within 15 minutes.

Press chick into purple resin filled bezel

That’s it! Now we have two adorable chick charms!  Add a jump ring and a cord and you have a necklace. You can also turn it into a keychain.

Holding two purple and pink chick charms

Easter Necklace Alternatives:

Holidays come upon us before we know it! If you don’t have time to make the Chick Charms, here are some really fun alternatives:

Thanks for stopping by!  Remember:  Life’s too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™  Stay safe!


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