Incorporating Fabric in with your Resin

Incorporating Fabric in with your Resin

As many of you already know, I like to play around and experiment with resin. I have been toying with the idea of incorporating fabric in with the resin and seeing how well it would stand up to being manipulated. For this project, I used an old sheer fabric curtain,...
Multi-layered resin geode – Overview

Multi-layered resin geode – Overview

In this video, I give you a quick snapshot of my latest creation. For this piece, I cut three freeform shapes out of MDF, resined and decorated them. Before installing them on a rectangular MDF panel. The supply list below is just a guide; you can substitute any of...
Tip of the day – Shiny Gold Edges

Tip of the day – Shiny Gold Edges

Today’s resin tip of the day is all about gold shiny edges. In this video, I share with you one of the ways that I like to texturise and colour the edges of my geodes. For this project you will need: An MDF or wood panel Liquitex Gloss Gel Medium:...
Resin Tip of the Day – Fixing Burn Dimples in your Resin

Resin Tip of the Day – Fixing Burn Dimples in your Resin

Today’s resin tip of the day is looking at fixing burnt resin. All too often, we can apply a bit too much heat to the surface, which can cause the resin to burn. Burnt resin can leave ripples in the surface of your resin. This quick tip looks at how you fix the...
Resin Tip of the Day – Applying Resin to a Curved Surface

Resin Tip of the Day – Applying Resin to a Curved Surface

Today’s Resin Tip of the Day is on how to apply the resin to a curved surface. As you know resin starts life in liquid form and so is great for pouring over art and creating fluid art. When it comes to coating a curved or uneven surface, its self-levelling...