DIY Gnome Pendant | Resin Jewelry [Video]

Create a charming DIY gnome pendant with my easy tutorial! Perfect for jewelry lovers and gnome enthusiasts, this fun craft will add a touch of whimsy to your accessory collection.

You have to admit, gnomes rock! Today, I’m going to show you how I made this adorable gnome pendant.

How can you not love this cute little trio?!?!

Materials Needed

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Video Tutorial

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Directions

Step 1: Prepare the Bezel for the Gnome Pendant

My bezel had a hole in it, so to prevent the resin from leaking out, I covered the back with a piece of packing tape.

Step 2: Mix and Pour Resin

I mixed a small amount of resin and added two different blue pigment powders. Then, I poured the mixture into the bezel.

I used a lighter to pop any bubbles in the resin and allowed it to cure for at least 12 hours. Once it was cured, I removed the tape from the back.

Blue pigment powder for gnome pendant

Step 3: Prepare and Attach the Buttons

Next, I cut off the back loop of the buttons that is used for sewing and added a little crazy glue to ensure they stayed intact.

Gluing back of gnome button to add to the pendant

I used a bit of crazy glue to tack the gnome buttons to the cured resin. This kept them from moving when I poured the final layer of resin.

Step 4: Pour the Final Resin Layer

I mixed a little more resin and slowly poured it over the gnomes. I was careful to ensure it covered everything without overflowing. I popped any bubbles and let it cure.

Pouring resin on gnome pendant

Step 5: Finishing Touches

Once the resin was cured, I added a jump ring to the bezel and attached it to a necklace chain or keychain.

Here is my finished gnome pendant!

Gnome pendant

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

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Mona

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