House fly preserved in resin with white background in a bronze pendant with a bronze necklace chain.
Tiny deer tooth preserved in cameo pendant tray on silver necklace.
Yellow wasp and dried flower petals preserved in a resin pendant.
Partial deer tooth wire wrapped on silver necklace.
Wire wrapped deer teeth hook earrings.
New year, new jewelry!
This necklace contains a real lady bug preserved in white resin surrounded by some dried flower petals. Set in a bronze pendant with a matching bronze necklace chain. Available in my shop now.
Check out this item as well as many other new pieces I’ve listed at deadresin.etsy.com
Just listed this item in my shop! It’s an orange winged moth (I don’t know the exact species name) preserved in resin that has been dyed white. It hangs horizontally from a long silver necklace chain. $35.00 USD
This is a large deer tooth preserved in resin on a bronze bezel necklace. Available in my shop. $35.00 USD
This is one of the most rare pieces I’ve ever made, and has sort of an interesting back story to it as well. While staying in a hotel, my boyfriend said he saw this giant leopard moth on the wall. It flew over towards him, landed, and died almost instantly. He thought the unique color and markings on the moth implied it was diseased or infected, but once I looked it up I discovered that there is in fact a type of moth called the giant leopard moth that looks like this. Once I started to cast it in resin I noticed that the white powder coating its wings began to dissolve, so the wings became transparent. I added some purple flower petals to add some color contrast to the pendant. Now it looks more like a strange vile with some weird plants or herbs in it, but in fact it’s a moth!
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