This is another freeform bending resin video, well you know how I like to play with resin.
In this project, I am trying out incorporating stones within the resin and I am very pleased with the results. This will open up a whole load of new possibilities for your resin art and sculptures.

It is a relatively simple process, you pour the resin on to plastic. For this, I am using cellophane, add the stones, wait for it to semi-cure and then transfer it to your shape for moulding.

For this project I am using:
Cellophane (https://amzn.to/2Oj8Uri)*
Resin from U-Resin
White Stones (https://amzn.to/2Wbqkwl)*
Vase for shaping resin
Heat Gun for popping bubbles (be careful not to melt the cellophane)
Artisue Pigment Powder – Sparkle White
Le Rez Expressions Metal Lustre Powder Pigments – Chocolate Gold (http://bit.ly/lerezmetal)*
Le Rez Expressions Matte Powder Pigments – Desert Sand (http://bit.ly/lerezmatte)*

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I hope this video has sparked your creativity and has inspired you to create your own Resin Trinket Dish.

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