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Warning- There is no color in this post!

Playing around with UTEE and some molds to make charms

Where’s the rainbow?  Where’s the lime green or hot pink?  Not in this post! It is all neutrals as I use some UTEE and molds from Kari McKnight Holbrook to make some easy charms.

Disclaimer: I am not a jewelry master, so feel free to laugh at my clumsy wire wrapping for making the loops in the video!

Watch Making Charms with UTEE the Easy Way on YouTube

Playing around with UTEE and some molds to make charmsThese won’t stay white forever but what will they become?  Necklaces? Earrings? Charms?  Not sure yet, but you know I’ll be sharing when I add some color to them!



Supplies Used:

  • UTEE
  • Melting Pot
  • Molds from Kari McKnight Holbrook. Her molds work with not only UTEE but resins, paperclay, polymer clay (you can actually bake the clay in the mold), wax, soap, and more!  ***Update***Kari is on the road teaching but when she is home after Thanksgiving she will get more molds up in her shop.
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  • Linda October 10, 2014, 7:45 pm

    I wasn’t at all disturbed by your lack of color in the project. Your pink hands provided plenty….LOL

  • Vicki ross October 10, 2014, 7:56 pm

    Cool post, Carolyn! Enjoyed it

  • Susan Schultheis October 10, 2014, 8:39 pm

    Love the molds Carolyn. I went to the link you gave us for the Backporch Contessa, KM Holbrook, and her etsy shop only has 18 stamps. I guess I could send her an email and ask where they are. Maybe sold out??!! Thanks for a great video as always.

  • Monica October 11, 2014, 10:37 am

    Oh Carolyn these are so cute ! Adorable !! Thank you for sharing these. Looks forward to see when/ if you color them..
    And by the way I have the same question as Susan who also commented. When going to the Etsy store from your link it only shows 18 stamps. I would LOVE to find the molds… Can you help…please ?? Sending hugs from Monica.. Spain

  • Carolyn Dube October 11, 2014, 10:52 am

    Talked to Kari yesterday at art is you and she will have more in her shop after Thanksgiving. She is traveling and teaching and will get them up in the shop as soon as she can!

  • froebelsternchen October 12, 2014, 12:26 am

    Wow.. they look great – curios about you will do with them !
    I had so much fun with your Kleenex box idea –thanks for the input Carolyn!
    Happy weekend!
    xxx Susi

  • Abigail Davidson October 13, 2014, 6:13 pm

    This project looks so cool, and great tutorial!

  • Marjie Kemper October 22, 2014, 9:25 am

    Great idea to add the wire and make them charms. Off to pin so I remember!

  • Rhonda December 22, 2017, 8:39 am

    Do u know where I can get the UTEE Flex? I’ve searched and searched with no luck…

    • Carolyn Dube December 22, 2017, 10:01 am

      Best place to check then is Ranger Ink. They would be the manufacturers so they should be able to point you in the right direction.