Click! Learn! Make! – Part 1 Online Tutorials using Resin, Clay, Molds and Organics

The Nunn Design Master Catalogue is not only nice to look at (sorry, not trying to toot our own horn, but isn’t it?), the catalogue is designed to inspire our customers AND to educate them on how to do the various projects throughout the pages. Here is how we designed the catalogue pages with your interaction in mind:

  • Download the online digital Master Catalogue
  • Throughout the catalogue, click on an image that you would like to learn more about. The catalogue will link you to the Nunn Design website where you will learn more. Maybe the project won’t be an exact match, but the technique will be very much like what you are seeing.

Here is a breakdown of all the projects you will find on page 6 of the Nunn Design Master Catalogue. Click on the links to learn how. Shop all the supplies you will need to do the technique. Schedule a play date and make! Click! Learn! Make!

Technique: Embedding Ball Chain & Faceted Ball Chain!

Learn how to embed ball chain and faceted bead chain into Crystal Clay. Some of these tutorials address how to create this same look using a Nunn Design Bezel Ring, others are tutorials on how to use a curved surface or how to create a drop shape with Crystal Clay and wrapping Ball Chain and Faceted Bead Chain. So many variations, all the same technique! Click! Learn! Make!

Click! Learn! Make! How to Embed Faceted Bead Chain into Crystal Clay

Click! Learn! Make! Embedding into Crystal Clay on Crystal Points!

Click! Learn! Make! Ball Chain Bee Hive Tutorial

Click! Learn! Make! You’ll Want to Make This Crystal Open Frame Hoop Pendant

Click! Learn! Make! Domed Itsy Bezel Tutorial

Click! Learn! Make! Excess Crystal Clay Bits – Make a Beaded Drop!

Click! Learn! Make! Itsy Link Charm Tutorial, Inspiration + Video

Technique: Crystal Clay with Gilding Flakes

Crystal Clay with Gilding Flakes provides for a rich look without a whole lot of fuss. This technique is fairly easy to do yet the results make it look like it is not! Click! Learn! Make!

Click! Learn! Play! Crystal Clay and Crackled Gilding Flake Rings, Earrings and Pendants

Click! Learn! Play! Crystal Clay, Crackled Gilding Flakes and Nunn Design Resin

Click! Learn! Make! How to Use Crystal Clay, Gilding Flakes and Nunn Design Resin 

Click! Learn! Make! Make These Hammered Bitsy Rings with Crystal Clay and Gilding Flakes-Tutorial!

Click! Learn! Make! Make These Earring Post Bar Earrings with Crystal Clay and Gilding Flakes-Tutorial!

Technique: Sculpted Crystal Clay with PearlEx Powders

Learn how to sculpt Crystal Clay by creating a mold with Silicone Putty or sculpt Crystal Clay with your fingertips. The PearlEx Powder provides for that beautiful sheen to the clay.

Click! Learn! Make! Sculpted Crystal Clay with Mica Powders Stacking Rings Tutorial 

Click! Learn! Make! How to Create 2 Styles of Crystal Clay Drop Accent Charms

Technique: Sculpted Crystal Clay with PearlEx Powders, then Attached with Wire

This technique is very similar to category 3, but with a little twist! Take a look at the tutorial to learn how!

Click! Learn! Make! Excess Crystal Clay Bits – Make a Sculpted Drop Accent Charm!

Technique: Crystal Clay Mica Flakes

Mica Flakes are very similar to gilding flakes, but different enough to warrant offering both products. Mica Flakes are brittle and thicker. You can use large pieces of the Mica Flakes or break them into smaller, almost glitter like chunks. Regardless, they are fun to work with!

Click! Learn! Make! Bitsy Earrings with Crystal Clay, Gold Flakes and Nunn Design Resin – Tutorial! 

Technique: Crystal Clay with Crystal Points

Crystal Points vary in size, so no two pieces of jewelry will come out the same. This technique of wrapping Crystal Clay around crystal points really requires your own personal touch to make it your own. Learn how and shop the supplies retail and wholesale for this project! Haylee’s Crystal Point Necklace & Ring Tutorial

Click! Learn! Make! Haylee’s Crystal Point Necklace & Ring Tutorial

Technique: Embedding Ball Chain & Faceted Bead Chain on a Curved Surface

In category 1, we covered tutorials that embedded Ball Chain and Faceted Bead Chain into Crystal Clay. This technique shows how to do the same technique, but in a Channel Bezel.

Click! Learn! Make! Create Decorative Pendants with Chain, Crystal Clay and Open Bezel Deep Channel Pendants

Click! Learn! Make! Itsy Link Bottle Tutorial, Inspiration + Video

Technique: Organics Embedded into Crystal Clay with Nunn Design 2-Part Resin

The tutorial for this is still to come. Let me give you the quick version on how to create this technique.

  1. Clean Bezel
  2. If you are using an Open Back Bezel, apply some packing tape to the backside of the bezel
  3. Mix Crystal Clay
  4. Insert Crystal Clay
  5. Apply fully dried skeleton leaf to the surface of the Crystal Clay
  6. Mix Nunn Design 2-Part Resin
  7. Apply over the skeleton leaf
  8. Let cure
  9. Remove packing tape from the backside

Technique: Colorized Resin in an Open Frame with PearlEx Powders

This technique will really open some creative doors for you. Learn the basics of how to use Open Frames and Open Back Bezels, learn to mix Nunn Design 2-Part Resin and colorize it with Opaque Pigments. That extra little splash of PearlEx Powders will make each pendant unique and original.

Click! Learn! Make! Colorized Resin in Open Hoops with Mica Powders and Flakes

Have fun creating jewelry that is unique to you and your jewelry brand!

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