Ok, so during finals, my friends and I worked with that. A majority of the pendants came out BEAUTIFUL. Then, there were a few that came out sticky. That's not what this is about.
Now what do I do with those beautiful pieces??
I used a standard storebought mold. But I don't know how to make them into pendants and rings. I don' t really have an electric drill I can borrow and I"m not sure how to wire wrap them in a way that they will STAY PUT.
Can anyone help me turn them into pendants?
I have like... 24 of these things. Perhaps like 18.
Would it be ok to use hot solder around the epoxy pendants?
Hot solder would melt the epoxy. If I were you, I'd invest the 40 dollars and buy a dremel. If you cant afford that, you could get a fiskers hand drill which is around 10 dollars.
Once you get them drilled you can either drill all the way through to wire-wrap or you can use wire to create a little eye pin. I glue the eye pin into the drilled hole with either epoxy glue, gorilla glue, or e6000. I let it sit a day and then use a jump ring to make it sit right on the skin before threading my chain through.