THIN CRESCENT RESIN RINGS
I don't even know what exactly to call these rings, but I really like them and can't believe I have gone this far in life not owning several. You should grab a couple too.
The black crescent ring with spikes gives off a very punk-inspired look while the orange and gold crescent ring can be dressed up or down, looking great oceanside paired with a bikini or on adding some spice to an afternoon Zoom call.
〰️✰ Rare: This is the only one like it that exists on this planet earth
☺ Proud to produce small-batch resin pieces that bring you a smile. ☺
Take a piece of string, ribbon, thread, or a thin strip of paper and wrap it around your finger, close to the knuckle.
With a pen, carefully mark the spot where the string overlaps with its end and either hold it up to a ruler that has millimeter measurements, or to the graphic below.
Use the chart to determine your ring size.
Earrings and Jewellery:
All jewellery is made entirely by hand, and as a result small imperfections such as bubbles and rough edges may be present. These are a natural part of the making process and should be considered a unique feature of your handmade product.
Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, as over time this may cause the vibrant colours to fade.
To clean, wipe with a soft damp cloth.
If your earrings have tassels, the ideal way to store them is by hanging on an earring board or similar.
All homewares are made entirely by hand, and as a result small imperfections such as bubbles and rough edges may be present. These are a natural part of the making process and should be considered a unique feature of your handmade product.
Not dishwasher safe.
Not microwave safe.
Resin is heat resistant but avoid contact with flames. Avoid using with candles. Battery powered tea lights are a safer option.
Resin is safe for incidental food contact only. Avoid letting hot or soft/wet foods touch the resin.
Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, as over time this may cause the vibrant colors to fade.
Hand wash in warm (not hot) soapy water with mild detergent and a soft cloth.
Do not scrub or use abrasives on resin areas.
Avoid using sharp utensils or cutting directly onto resin areas, as this will scratch and scuff your homewares.
Resin is durable but not indestructible, and may scratch or break if treated roughly or dropped onto hard surfaces.
To maintain the shine on your resin homewares, you may like to occasionally buff them with a very soft cloth and a very small amount of pure cooking oil.