Step 1: Place stickers on the tray. Try to get them to stick as flat as possible to the pegs; it’ll help keep your charms from curling.
Step 3: Using the stir stick, drip a very small amount of resin onto the stickers and drag the resin out to cover the stickers all the way to the edge. Add more as needed, but if you add too much, the surface tension of the resin will break and it will pour out into the tray. Leave to cure, preferably overnight.
Step 4: The resin will sink into the sticker and mute the colors a little. Paint the back of the sticker with white Dina Wakley Media Paint to bring the colors back and to glue the eye pins to the back of the sticker.
Step 5: Lay the stickers paint-side-up on the tray to dry while you mix more ICE Resin®.
Step 6: Add a small amount of fine glitter to the mixed resin.
Step 7: Drip and drag the resin onto the backs of the stickers in the same way you did with the fronts. Leave to cure.
Step 8: Remove the cured charms from the tray and see if any are stuck. If any are, carefully pry them off with tweezers. You can cut excess resin from any that stuck, sand them smooth, and paint a thin layer of resin over them with a disposable brush the next time you mix resin to make these charms shiny and clear again.
Step 9: Measure your chain to the correct length and attach the clasp.
Step 10: Lay out the chain and decide which charms you want to use.
Step 11: Attach charms with jump rings and you’re ready to wear it!