Collect resin, keychain molds, stirring sticks, mixing cups, gloves, resin dye or pigments, and optional decorative elements like glitter or dried flowers.
Follow the instructions provided with your resin product. Measure the appropriate amount of resin and hardener using the recommended ratio. Pour them into
If desired, add resin dye or pigments to the mixture to achieve the desired color. You can also incorporate glitter or small decorative elements.
Carefully pour the mixed resin into the keychain molds. Take care not to overfill them. If using multiple colors or layers, pour each layer separately.
To remove air bubbles, gently tap the molds on a hard surface or use a heat tool like a butane torch or heat gun to pass over the surface of the resin.
Once the resin has partially set but is still slightly flexible, insert the keychain hardware, such as the keychain ring, into the resin.
Allow the resin to fully cure according to the manufacturer's instructions. This can take several hours or even overnight. Once cured, carefully remove the resin keychain.