Resin Giveaway!



Nunn Design allows for even more inspiration and creativity using our Patera findings and Gel du Soleil.  Owner, Rebecca Nunn, shares her latest technique in this how-to video using an open back Patera, transfer sheets and Gel du Soleil to create a unique three-dimensional piece of jewelry. Check out more ideas to use with UV Resin or Two-part Resin below.

Feeling inspired? Enter to win our free Giveaway on our blog. Leave a comment with your answer to our question: What do you create with resin?
 Three winners will get a chance to play with Nunn Design’s new Resin Kit!
Contest ends February 19th. Winners will be announced February 20th.

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29 thoughts on “Resin Giveaway!

  1. Stacy Parker says:

    I LOVE Creating with Resin! I have made charm bracelets with bottle caps, bottle cap pins with my children’s photos. I have also used blank bezels and have made myself a Bon Jovi charm bracelet. I would have so much fun with this!! 🙂

    Thank you for the chance to win. 🙂

  2. Dani says:

    I made my little girl and her best friend a matching friendship bracelet. It was my first time working with resin and it was lots of fun! I want to figure out how to mix glitter and color into it!

  3. Cornelia says:

    I started out with resin 2 years ago when I re-created huge big seahorse earrings. The originals were from the 80’s (when else!), I found them in Ibiza/Spain (where else!) and I loved them so much and wore them to pieces. Now a flock of new ones is out there, gilded or pink and baby blue transparent. My clients love them but asking for a slightly smaller version…
    But know I must say you are giving me different ideas, Becky!
    These open bezels are just wonderful! I think I will need to try them next.
    So many things to do, let get started!

  4. Beverly says:

    I always love to see the new ideas for your products. I just started in resin jewelry. I was hooked from the first project. I use to sell jewelry at Nordstrom and some day maybe my designs will be sold there. Thanks for the wonderful products and inspirational videos. I always look forward to the next great inspirational idea.
    Thanks and keep the great products coming.


  5. Tania says:

    Thank you Becky for sharing your techniques in your video in how to UV Resin jewelry.
    I have never worked with resin, but really enjoyed the video, you are so calm and you go slowly… just how it should be when you are sharing techniques 🙂 Bravo!!!

  6. Anne Betenson says:

    Thanks for the inspirational video. I fill bezels with resin and tiny micro beads with a pretty backing paper or hand drawn design. I then use them to make earrings or pendants! Thank you very much for the chance to win. xx

  7. Glenda Bollivar says:

    I have not used resin yet, but would love to try. I love the idea of taking bits of old jewelry and ephemera and making a unique piece of jewelry with it. makes a great conversation piece.


  8. Cristina says:

    I’ve been creating graphic pendants using resin for almost 8 years and have tried nearly every resin on the market… but I haven’t tried this one! I would love to see what it’s like. I love working with the Nunn patera findings.

  9. sandi webb says:

    I want to be create some cool pendants with resin. I bought a 1939 dictionary with amazing drawings that will be perfect for this vintage look. Thanks!

  10. Tommi says:

    I LOVE experimenting with Resin! I’ve used it to make bottlecaps with my kiddos and their friends. I’ve also used several Nunn Design products but not this one yet…can’t wait! Thank U!

  11. Rebecca Roberts says:

    Resin Rules! I love working with kids making rings with cool inclusions. Also personalized bracelets. My favor though, is using kids’ artwork to make bracelets. Really special gift for Grandma!

  12. Carolyn says:

    I love making soda pop pendants with resin! I use vintage postage stamps and punch out a circle that I put in the middle of the soda pop cap and cover it in resin. Drill a hole with a dremel, or add a bezzel to the back and its such a cute pendant, and you have made something beautiful out of items that others have thrown away!

  13. Kelly Lyden says:

    I am a photographer and I’ve used resin and your patera findings to create unique and personal ornaments as thank you gifts for my clients. I also have a dear friend who is battling cancer and I made her a special bracelet for her to give each of her daughters for Christmas. I used small black and white photos of the three of them in your mini patera frames with resin and we connected them with beads that brought meaning to her and her girls. Your patera frames were perfect!

  14. Kelly Harms says:

    One of my favorite things is to super saturate the resin with Perfect Pearls or Pearl Ex powders and swirl different metallic colors together — copper and silver look great together. I just started using Nunn Design products, and I know this technique will look gorgeous with Patera frames. I would love to try using that as a base in the open frame, layer some clear resin and then place a transfer on top — this should create amazing depth in the pendant.

    I’m really impressed with the contests that Nunn Design holds, and how often. It’s a really nice way to give something back to your customers.

  15. Evelyn says:

    I am still perfecting my use of resin. I love the effect of shallow pieces and I have used it on paper to get an interesting effect. I tried using a small cup to embed a tiny 3-d toy but had problem with bubbles that showed up overnight. I’ve gotten better at and would love to win your resin to keep experimenting.

  16. Robin says:

    I’ve used 2 part resin to make Earring, Pendants (using molds) with Glitter and natural objects. The last ime I used green clover and it turned purple in the resin, nice, but not what I had in mind. I include tiny sea shells with light blue glitter on the back. I have also made rings using dimensional modge podge with found objects. I like the info your shared on UV resin, it looks much easier and certaintly dries faster, with less mess and less of a chance to pick up dust while drying. I look forward to playing with this type of resin.

  17. lauri Rymarczyk says:

    I have used a 2 part resin to make magnets for a school project for the kids. But I had alot of air bubbles and need to really practice. I would like to use it in my jewelry making as cabs using different items such as found objects and many other things. It is amazing what you can make into wonderful jewelry to sell and give as gifts.

  18. Janet says:

    Hi Becky,

    I’ve so enjoyed using your wonderful bezel settings when I have a project that is enhanced by being encased in resin. Thank you for bringing such excellent products to the market!

    Looking forward to seeing you at Bead and Button!


  19. Iris Mishly says:

    Being a polymer clay artist, resin has a big part in my designs, I use it as a coating on a piece, as a sealer on polymer clay or clay transfer and mixed with other materials as a single material.

    thank you for the chance! 🙂
    Iris Mishly

  20. Michelle says:

    I haven’t made anything with resin yet! I want to try it, but was still researching which resin to get.
    The gel du soliel looks so easy to use. I have a UV curing device and some ideas, now I just need some resin!

  21. Brinna says:

    I love trying new ways to make jewelry and just recently tried using resin in a class. I loved it and would really enjoy experimenting with resin to make beautiful new charms to add to my bracelets.
    Thank you so much for the inspiring ideas, wonderful products and the chance to win these great contests!!

  22. misty says:

    I am constantly trying to come up with new ideas for my photos and resin! My favorite project was the family tree I made for my parents and in-laws. Each family member encased in resin with a metal powder finish on the back, all hanging as ornaments from a tree on the wall. Both sets of parents are so proud, as so am I!

  23. Lynda says:

    I love to create personalized pendants with dictionary definitions that are special to the custom. “family’, ‘bibliophile’, ‘sister’, ‘faith’ are some favorites. Some are embellished with tiny jewels, and charms.
    Would love more resin to have fun with.

  24. Debbie Campbell says:

    Resin is the most wonderful product. Keepsaking and displaying so many wonderful items. I’m always on the lookout for new vessels. My most recent project is to imbed tiny shells and little peices of coral to create sea scenes. Next week I have my co-workers and friends coming over for a resin party!

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