Resin Mould Making and Embedding Workshop

Make a jewellery mould and cast in slow curing resin.

5 hours 6 to 8 label $280

This workshop will take students step by step through how to make a mould of
one of their favourite bangles & rings, or another appropriate piece, or use one
of Own Sweet Time's designs. This mould will be able to be used again and
again to create further pieces at home.

While the mould is curing, students learn the art of resin casting, using Own
Sweet Time's silicone moulds to cast a bangle and a ring, in the colour of their
choice. A second casting will then be done in the newly created mould,
learning more creative casting techniques.

Using slow curing resin allows students to discover more creative casting
techniques, including embedding objects and using fillers, as well as learning
how to manipulate the resin for interesting results.

We will cover hand-sanding techniques, so the pieces will be finished to highest

What you'll get

Students will take home two completed moulds, typically one bangle and one ring mould, plus casts of these moulds and a further bangle and ring cast in resin.

Suitable for

This workshop is perfect for a hens party, baby shower, birthday, special occasion, team building activity, corporate event, bucks party or Christmas party.


Sew Make Create - Sew Make Create, City Road, Chippendale NSW

Your teacher
Nadine Sharpe
Nadine Sharpe
(Own Sweet Time)

Polymer Clay + Resin + Maker + Designer + Teacher


I am the creator and wearer of contemporary polymer clay, resin and rope jewellery through my label Own Sweet Time.

After spending over 20 years working in the corporate environment, in HR and Training, I reached a point where I couldn’t ignore the nagging feeling that corporate life just wasn’t for me and that I needed to do something creative. I decided it was time to break out and do something that I was passionate about and that gave me joy.

I have always loved big, statement jewellery. There is nothing that dresses up a simple outfit more than a beautiful necklace. I had amassed a huge collection of other people’s designs over the years, but I had so many of my own ideas that it was a natural thing for me to start making my own.

I use a range of mediums, such as resin, polymer clay and rope and it’s hard to say which I like the most. I love working with resin, the experimentation, and the fact that every piece you create is unique. You can do so much with resin, it is a very simple process to learn, and creating something completely from scratch is easily achievable.

I am lucky to have had the opportunity to combine my corporate training experience with my passion for creating jewellery through running a number of different workshops in collaboration with some great creative spaces in Sydney. I am a qualified trainer, holding a Cert IV in Training and Assessment.

I really enjoy this aspect of my work; being able to show someone just how simple resin and polymer clay jewellery making can be, and seeing how each person’s individuality shines through the pieces they create.

I have a range of different workshop options and can work with you to create a workshop that caters to your needs.


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