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Marbled Handle Wood Spoons

Mon, 12/11/2017 - 07:00

Looking for a unique handmade gift this holiday season?  Try making these marbled handle wood spoons for any chef on your gift giving list.  This project is easy and will hold up to the wear and tear in the kitchen.

Supplies needed to make your own marbled handle wood spoons:

Start by masking off the handle of your wood spoon with the masking tape.  TIP:  Cut the tape into “fringe” to help it bend around the spoon handle.

When completed, you will need to have masked the hole, the sides, and the end as shown below.

You will now need to make sure your spoons lay flat.  I used a few stir sticks to support the ends and make it as flat as possible.  You will also want to protect your work surface as the product will spill over the sides.

Start by mixing the EnviroTex Lite Pour-On High Gloss Finish according to the package directions.  Then pour small amounts into three different measuring cups.  NOTE:  I used more white than the other colors.  In each of these cups, add in the Castin’ Crafts Opaque Pigment and stir well.  From left to right I used, blue, a mixture of blue and green, and white.

Start by dripping on small amounts of your white onto the handle.  This project does not require much product so use very little.  TIP:  Toothpicks make it easy to lift a tiny bit of resin and drip onto your project.

Use toothpicks to drip on your colors as shown.

Use a clean toothpick to run through the resin and make a swirl.

Allow to sit and run off the sides.  NOTE:  If your’s does not run off the sides, you might have to add a bit more white.  Pop any bubbles that come up to the surface.

Repeat all of the steps above on a second spoon if desired.  Then allow to lay flat until cured.  I checked on these occasionally and used a damp rag to wipe away the excess from the sides.

Once your product is partially cured, you can remove the masking and wipe away any product that has seeped under your tape with a damp rag.  NOTE:  Use the leftover resin in your mixing cups to test to see how set up the product is before completing this step.  It should be fairly stiff.

I checked on my spoons a few more times before allowing them to sit overnight to cure.  Just make sure that no additional resin pours over the side.  If it does, wipe away before it is cured with a damp rag.

Once set, these marbled handle wood spoons are glossy and gorgeous!

I do, however, wish I would have choose an even flatter handle for my project.  The edges show through more than I would like.  Note this when picking out your own spoons.

I added mine to a dish towel with a ribbon to create a quick and easy gift for the chef.  Please note that these should be hand washed as all wood spoons are not to be placed in the dishwasher.

Give yours as a gift or make a set for your own kitchen.  Either way you are sure to love the way this projects turns out!  


10 DIY Jewelry Gifts to Give This Season

Fri, 12/08/2017 - 07:00

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas….and we are so excited! The most beautiful part about this time of year is that we can put others before ourselves. Isn’t that what the season is all about? There are so many amazing ways to recognize your loved ones around the holidays, and one of our personal favorites is DIY-ing for one another, of course! We’ve rounded up some beautiful DIY jewelry gifts for you to create and give as a thoughtful, handmade presents.

If you want to ring in the holidays some more with Resin Crafts Blog, you can hop over to these DIY Christmas Wreaths or these unique DIY Christmas decor options. We hope you love the jewelry as much as we do!

DIY Clay Pendant | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Flower Pendant | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Jewelry Keychain | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Birth Month Flower Pendant | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Map Pendant | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Glitter DIY Earrings and Pendants | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Scrap Ribbon Bracelet | Trinkets in Bloom

DIY Hardware Jewelry | The Girl Creative

DIY Copper Ring Jewelry | Pretty Handy Girl

What DIY gifts are you working on? Tag us on social with #resincraftsblog, we’d love to see!


Christmas Glitter DIY Resin Stud Earrings and Pendants

Wed, 12/06/2017 - 07:49

Christmas is the best time to make and give gifts. With six girly-girl nieces and three daughters, I find jewelry is always great gift option for the holidays. These DIY resin stud earrings and pendants were easy to make and are the perfect festive touch for Christmas.

Hi there! This is Jane from Sustain My Craft Habit, a DIY, crafts and home decor blog where my sister Sonja and I share new nature-inspired ideas each week. I recently saw these Kate Spade glitter stud earrings and I just had to try and DIY them! I put a Christmas spin on them using Envirotex jewelry resin.

For my Christmas crafting this year I bought some red, green and silver glitter. Glitter is not typically a medium we use a lot of, especially in these bright colors. If you stop by our blog you’ll find lots of beachy coastal colors such as teals, whites and taupes. So it’s fun to venture outside of our usual color palette and get bright, cheery and festive for the holidays.

I recently used the silver glitter to make these kids’ school photo ornament gifts as well as to make some candy cane luminaries from Mason jars. The simple earrings and pendant were about as easy to make as it gets with the jewelry resin. I just picked up a few basic jewelry making supplies at my local craft store and got started.

DIY Kate Spade-Inspired Resin Stud Earrings

I ended up experimenting and making this jewelry using a couple of different techniques. For the small stud earrings, I simply placed droplets of the resin mixture directly on the earring backings. I used jewelry molds for the larger earrings and the pendants.

Materials needed for Christmas Glitter Earrings and Pendants with EnviroTex Jewelry Resin: How to Make DIY Resin Stud Earrings and Pendants:

Work in the well ventilated area and be sure to read all the instructions on the products before beginning your project.

To make the small earrings studs directly on the earring posts, poke the flat posts into a piece of Styrofoam, cardboard or other firm foam to keep them level as possible.

Apply a mold release / conditioner to the jewelry molds as per the instructions in the package.

Mix exactly equal amounts of Resin and Hardener into one measuring cup. I used very little of each, only about 10 mm and it went along way as you’ll see.

Stir continuously for 2 minutes, scraping the sides of the container.

Pour the mixture into a second cup and stir for an additional minute, scraping the sides of the container with a clean stir stick.

Once combined mix in a generous amount of glitter.

Using the stir stick drop small amounts of the resin mixture onto the flat surface of the earring posts. Try to get a nice domed droplet without the resin pouring over the edges (but not to worry if it does).

Fill your desired jewelry molds as well.

Finally, gently blow off any air bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin (you may need to repeat this a couple of times during the initial curing process).

Cover the pieces to keep dust out and let them cure overnight (24 hours for a soft cure and up to 72 hours for fully cured jewelry).

Finishing the DIY resin jewelry pieces:

The DIY resin stud earrings should be good to go!

For the other pieces, carefully remove them from the mold. With a sharp utility knife trimmed around any of the sharp edges on the back of the pieces. If needed, glue the earring posts onto the backside of the jewelry pieces using E6000 jewelry and bead glue. For the pendants, drill a small hole into the top of the resin through which you can insert a round jump ring.

I love how these pieces turned out. With very little resin I now have beautiful, handmade holiday gifts for all my nieces and daughters. These would also make lovely gifts for co-workers, your boss or a special friend.

My six-year-old saw me in process and couldn’t wait to get her DIY resin stud earrings; here she is modeling them. And she was so excited to tell everybody that her mom made these earrings for her.

Additional DIY Jewelry Gift Ideas:

If you’re looking for other beautiful and creative jewelry gift ideas for the holidays be sure to check out these other DIY jewelry ideas here on the Resin Crafts Blog:

How is your Christmas gift making coming along?

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DIY Snowflake Mold and Resin Castings

Mon, 12/04/2017 - 07:00

Happy December! This is Sheri from Hazel + Gold Designs and I’m excited to share this project with you! The holidays are approaching fast, and I know most of you are in the midst of decorating your homes for the festivities. Today I wanted to show you how to make a snowflake mold and resin castings that can be used in many ways this holiday season and beyond! First, I’ll give step-by-step instructions on how to create the snowflake mold using Easymold Silicone Putty, then I’ll explain how to make the castings of more snowflakes using FastCast Urethane Casting Resin. I absolutely love both of these products because they are so simple to use and cure quickly. Here we go!


Creating the Snowflake Mold

Alright, put on your gloves, then the first thing you do is take equal amounts of Part A and Part B of the EasyMold silicone putty. The way I do this is to take some from the first Part A and roll it into a ball, then take some from Part B and do the same, making sure the balls are close to the same size.

Start squeezing them together to combine them. One trick that works quickly is to put the whole thing in the palm of one hand and use the palm of the other to mash it together. Then rotate and repeat until it is throughly mixed.

You’ll know it is mixed when it is one solid purple color. Roll it into a ball.

Next, press the entire thing flat, then lay your snowflake ornament down on top of the putty.

Use a stir stick or some thin object to press down on your snowflake so it is deep enough into the silicone putty.  Now let it sit and cure for 30 minutes!

Come back half an hour later and you’ll be able to de-mold the ornament simply by pressing back on the silicone putty, which is now cured and will keep its form.

And there you have it, an awesome, perfect snowflake mold. Now time to make more snowflakes!

Casting Snowflakes

For this part you’ll need to grab the supplies you haven’t used; the FastCast, small measuring cups, stir sticks, and pigment dyes. Oh, and your brand new snowflake mold! I also put a sheet of clear plastic under my working area to protect the table.

FastCast has two parts. You will need equal amounts of each part for your pour. This mold didn’t need much, so for each pour I only used 1/8th of a fl. oz. You can make a lot of castings with one package of FastCast! Remember to wear your disposable gloves!

Pour Part A into your cup. Again, I only used 1/8th of a fl. oz.

The pour Part B. So, another 1/8th of a fl. oz. Making it total 1/4 fl. oz.

You need to work quickly with this product because it cures in 10 minutes! Mix thoroughly, but do so within one minute.

Once mixed, pour it slowly and carefully into your mold. If you feel the cup getting warm then you’ll know you need to pour as soon as possible.

Once it’s in the mold, just wait. Again, it cures in about 10-15 minutes. I do find that shallower pours like this take a little longer to cure than thick pours like my Seashells I’ve posted about previously. As it cures it’ll start to turn white.

After 15 minutes, de-mold your brand new snowflake! You should just be able to pop it out. If it is a little pliable, you can leave it in longer and it will harden up.

There you have it, a snowflake! This one is the natural off-white color of the FastCast. But you need more than just white on Christmas, right?

I decided to try one with glitter.

So I sprinkled some glitter into the mold. Then repeated all the steps for making the FastCast

But this time I added red pigment dye!

Again, because FastCast cures white, when you add dyes they will always turn a little more pastel looking than a clear resin would.

So I made a green one too. It is Christmas after all!

I simply looped some thread through the holes  and hung them on my tree! Note: If your hole got filled in during casting, or you original object didn’t have one, you can easily drill into these pieces to make a hole for hanging. Here’s a shot of the red ornament:

And here’s a shot with a few of them hanging around the tree. I made quite a few. Notice how the green one turned rather pastel green? It still looks festive though!

One other use that occurred to me would be to use these on packages or bags along with the gift tags. It’s like adding the gift of an ornament to each one.

Can you think of any other uses for these beautiful snowflakes? Let me know in the comments!

Pin this image if you like this project! We love all to see all of your shares! 

Thanks y’all! Happy Holidays!



10 Unique DIY Christmas Decor Options

Fri, 12/01/2017 - 07:00

The holidays are right around the corner and we have a lot of decorating to do! The great thing about this time of year is there are so many opportunities to get your crafting on and create some unique DIY Christmas Decor. It’s an affordable way to get the look you want for your home without breaking the bank. If you’re in a full-on DIY frenzy like we are, you might want to also check out these amazing DIY Christmas Wreaths. We hope you enjoy these decor options as much as we do! Which ones will you create?

DIY Wood Slice Garland | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Holiday Place Card Ornaments | Darice Craft Blog

DIY Christmas Village Stocking Hanger Box | Jen Woodhouse

DIY Gold Glitter Striped Letters | The Pinning Mama

Oh Deer! DIY Christmas Sign | The 36th AVENUE

DIY Buffalo Check Stocking Holder | Lolly Jane

DIY Photo Christmas Ornaments | Resin Crafts Blog

DIY Custom Vintage Christmas Lights | My Sister’s Suitcase

DIY Decor from Concrete Planters | The Real Thing with the Coake Family

DIY Birch and Pine Cone Ornaments | An Extraordinary Day



Resin Coated Holiday Wood Slice Garland

Wed, 11/29/2017 - 07:00

Last year I created a wood slice garland for my holiday mantel. I cut some branches off one of the many trees in my backyard, sliced it up into these pieces, then added letters using silver paint and a stencil. I absolutely loved it, but it occurred to me that it would look so much nicer with some Envirotex Lite coating it and giving it a beautiful shine! Today I am going to show you how to coat wooden pieces in Envirotex Lite, and how I made this beautiful Resin Coated Holiday Wood Slice Garland. You can use this coating technique with many different types of projects.

Supplies: Step One: Sealing Wood Slices

The first thing you need to do is to use an acid brush to coat the tops of the wood slices with Ultra-Seal. You want to be sure to coat it anywhere that you will be adding the resin. If you skip this step and just apply resin to the wood, it will seep into the wood and discolor it. To keep them looking exactly as they are, do this first.

Here you see that I finished all of the sealing before the first one even dried. It is an easy but crucial step. Let this dry until it is completely clear.

Step 2: Mixing Resin

Alright, so next we’re going to mix the resin. As always, you want to wear latex gloves or something to protect your hands, and you want to make sure you have a work surface that will not get ruined. Since we are not pouring the resin into these wood slices, I just used a plastic craft mat underneath my wood slices. I had a few that leaked a little off the sides, but I was able to easily remove them from my mat because it was plastic. One thing you may want to consider is elevating them and putting cardboard under them so that if you do have drips the resin will not adhere your pieces to your work surface.

First mix equal amounts of Part A and B in one of your disposable cups. I used 1.5 oz of each, making a total of 3 oz. It was plenty for this project.

Mix thoroughly for about a minute or two. Then pour the mixture into a second cup so that you can ensure ALL of the resin you put on your piece is thoroughly mixed. Mix for another minute, then you’re ready to apply the resin!

Step 3: Applying the Resin

Here I used one of the acid brushes to basically paint the resin onto the wood slices. I was careful not to get too close to the edge and not to add too much resin. The resin will pour off the sides if you do either of those things.

With this many pieces, you do want to move fairly quickly because you only have about half an hour before the resin starts to thicken up and cure.

One step you don’t want to miss is to pop all of the bubbles you see in the resin. Since these were small pieces, it was easy to just pick one up and exhale over it to pop the bubbles. They are popped by carbon dioxide. If you would rather, you could also use a micro-butane torch, which is what I use for my larger projects.

In this picture you can see the bubbles.

I simply exhaled over it and now you can see that they are all popped. It worked perfectly.

Here are all of the pieces covered in the resin! Let them cure for about 24 hours.

Step 4: Making the garland:

As you can see, I used some green ornament hooks to hang my resin coated wood slices on twine. This worked really great, but there are many ways you can do this step to your style preference. My decor is fairly rustic so this worked for me.

Here is a closeup shot. You can see how shiny the resin makes these! It just gives is such a beautiful polished look.

I couldn’t be happier with the result.

I also took the larger snowflake pieces and hung them on the tree! Gorgeous ornaments!

So what do you think? Do you like this project? Was it helpful to you as a guide for coating small pieces with resin? Let me know! And please share via social media!




Disney’s Moana Inspired: Maui’s Fish Hook Necklace DIY

Mon, 11/27/2017 - 07:00

Disney’s Moana Inspired: Maui’s Fish Hook Necklace DIY

Hi Resin Crafters, It’s Natalie from Doodlecraft.  I love the movie Moana and all the fun songs.  I was inspired by Maui’s fish hook and wanted to recreate it in Easy Sculpt clay.  Easy Sculpt is an epoxy clay that dries to a smooth fabulous porcelain-like clay with a white finish.

The fish hook has a uniquely simple shape and makes a great gift for the holidays.

Gather these 3 supplies:

Easy Sculpt Clay

Leather Cord

Parchment Paper for work surface

Easy Sculpt is a 2 part epoxy clay.  Read the instructions thoroughly before beginning.

The clay has a 1 to 1 ratio, so ultimately scoop out an equal amount of each container.  Work over the parchment paper to prevent sticking to table.

Wear the included gloves, this gets very sticky.  Mix them together until well combined.

Once combined the clay is extremely tacky.  Follow the directions provided with the Easy Sculpt, but essentially let it sit on the parchment paper for about 30 minutes to an hour.  The clay becomes firmer and less sticky, but ultimately easier to mold.

Once the clay is firm enough to mold, roll it out in the shape of a hook.

Then use a hobby knife to cut a small barb at the end of the hook.

At this point the epoxy clay needs to cure, in this case, overnight.  Once cured, it becomes shiny and smooth.

In the meantime, work with the leather cording by cutting a piece about 28-32 inches.

Wrap the leather tightly around the top of the fish hook 3 times as shown below and finish it off with a tight square knot.

Tie the other end of the leather cording and it is ultimately ready to give as a gift or wear proudly.



10 Stunning DIY Christmas Wreaths

Sat, 11/25/2017 - 09:11

We here at Resin Crafts want to wish you a belated Happy Thanksgiving if you celebrate! We hope you’re having a great holiday so far and had some time to relax with your loved ones. We’re here to celebrate being even closer to Christmas time with some stunning DIY wreaths. Since you can finally put away the Thanksgiving decor and bust out your Christmas goodies, we want to make sure we give you the best DIY’s to ring in the holiday season. Be sure to check out our beautiful DIY Gift Ideas that we’ve rounded up for you here.

Today, we’re sharing 10 Stunning DIY Christmas Wreaths that you won’t want to miss. Stay tuned the next couple weeks for even more DIY fun. Enjoy!

DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices | Lydi Out Loud

DIY Ski Lodge Christmas Wreath | Sand and Sisal

DIY Ornament Wreath | Happiness is Homemade

DIY Giant Christmas Wreath | Homemade Ginger

DIY Gold Ribbon Wreath | The 36th Avenue

DIY Coastal Christmas Wreath | H20 Bungalow

DIY Traditional Christmas Wreath | Fynes Designs

DIY Bottle Brush Tree Wreath | Lolly Jane

DIY Holly Berry Wreath | Polka Dot Chair

DIY Easy Poinsettia Wreath | A Night Owl Blog



DIY Clear Resin Terrarium

Wed, 11/22/2017 - 07:00

Hey guys, it’s Whitney from Whitney J Décor here with another fun (and easy) tutorial. Since working with ETI’s products, I’ve become obsessed with Castin’ Craft Clear Polyester Casting Resin. And, since I have loads of air plants around my home, I’m always looking for fun ways to display them. So, I created a super fun and functional DIY clear resin terrarium.

Let me show you how to make your own!

Here’s what you need:

Here’s what you do:

I found these really cheap plastic organizers at the Dollar Tree. They were the perfect size for the sides and bottom of the terrarium. I bought five, one each for the bottom and sides of the terrarium.

I first figured out how thick I wanted my terrarium’s walls to be. I decided I wanted them to ¼” deep and marked the measurement on all my organizers. Now, I wish I had made them 1/8” deep, but they still look really great. (I also used water to measure how much resin I needed to fill the organizers to ¼” deep. I ended up needing 4oz for each organizer.)

Next, spray the insides of the organizers with Castin’ Craft Mold Release/Conditioner and let dry.

Now, let’s mix the resin! MAKE SURE YOU PUT YOUR GLOVES ON NOW! I measured 4oz of the Castin’ Craft Clear Polyester Casting Resin and added 8 drops of the catalyst (that comes with the resin) per ounce of resin. You need to mix the mixture thoroughly for about 1 minute, occasionally scraping the sides and bottom.

Once you’re done mixing the resin, pour the mixture into the container immediately. Repeat for the other 4 containers. Then, cover with newspaper to protect your mixture from dust.

After your resin is completely cured (I let mine cure for 24 hours), remove them from the containers by turning the containers upside down and hitting it against a firm surface. The resin should pop right out.

Now, just use hot glue to put the terrarium together.

I used some liquid gold paint to paint the glue around the sides of the terrarium, but this was totally not necessary. I had the idea that it would look like the leaded sides of the real terrariums, but it really didn’t. LOL. I still like the look, but it’s so unnoticeable that it’s unnecessary.

Once your glue and paint is dry, you can style your terrarium with your air plants, moss, and rocks.

I had intentions of displaying the terrarium with the open end up, but ended up putting it on its side, because I liked the look better.

Either way, this is a fun way to display air plants and small tchotchkes. I love that this project is so easy to replicate and customize. You can use larger containers to make larger terrariums and you can decorate the sides with paint and stencils.

So, what ideas do you have for customizing your OWN terrarium?



Resin Photo Christmas Ornaments with EasyCast

Mon, 11/20/2017 - 16:14

Make the perfect gift for grandma and grandma, and use up your child’s class photos at the same time with these glittering photo Christmas ornaments.

Hello! It’s Jane from Sustain My Craft Habit, a DIY, craft and home decor blog where my sister Sonja and I share new nature-inspired ideas each week.

Even though we don’t need them, every year I end up ordering the full package of class photos for my kids. The photo studio knows how to get me: the basic package has pretty much all we need, yet for just a few dollars more we can order the deluxe one! I fall for it each year and then end up with dozens of the same photo of the kids that I don’t know what to do with.

Sure I pass on to their grandparents and aunts, but there’s only so much wall and fridge space to hang them all. It was actually our mom who, after seeing our wood slice garland project, said “I want these as Christmas ornaments with the kids’ pictures”! Although we didn’t end up using wood slices for this resin craft, I think they turned out beautifully. I made the ornaments with two resin pourings, the first to create a glittered background and the second for the lovely glossy coating.

I ended up making one with a beautiful decorative Christmas paper I picked up at our local craft store last year. It’s just to show you that that truly the sky’s the limit with this technique. So grab your molds, EasyCast clear casting resin and some fun photos for this lovely personalized Christmas ornament gift idea!

Materials Needed for this Photo Christmas Ornaments Project with EasyCast Resin:

Instructions for Making DIY Resin Photo Ornaments:

Read all the instructions in the EasyCast resin packaging completely. Use gloves and work in a well-ventilated area.

Sealing the Images
  1. Start by sealing all of the images you will use with a multi-purpose sealer or glue. I wanted to add a date to my ornaments. So I printed out a bunch of “2017”s on regular paper on my home printer. I used Courier font of several sizes so I’d have a selection to choose from depending on the size of the ornaments. Be sure to coat both sides and let them dry completely.

Similarly, I sealed both sides of the decorative paper and kids’ school photos. Prior to this I had measured and cut them down to fit nicely inside the molds, leaving a 1/4″ border all around the images.

Also, at this time, condition your casting molds with the release agent and let them dry prior to using.

Pouring the first resin layer

Follow the packaging instructions and mix up the first layer of resin. Mix exactly equal amounts of Resin and Hardener into one measuring cup. The volume will depend on how many ornaments you plan to make at one time. I mixed up 1oz each of the Resin and Hardener to make 3 ornaments. Stir continuously for 2 minutes, scraping the sides of the container. Pour the mixture into a second cup and stir for an additional minute (use a new stir stick). Scrape the sides of the container as you mix.

Pour some silver craft glitter into the resin mixture and combine thoroughly.

Distribute the glittering resin mixture evenly between the molds, to about 1/8″ thick.

Set the pieces on a level surface and cover to prevent dust from falling in. After about 15 minutes, remove any bubbles that have risen to the surface by gently blowing over the ornaments through a straw or using a small kitchen torch. Repeat if necessary after another 15 minutes and up to about an hour all the bubbles are popped. Use a clean straw each time to avoid moisture from your breath collecting inside the straw and transferring onto the piece.

After about 3 hours test the firmness of the resin by gently touching the center. You want the resin to be firm, yet still tacky so that you can layer on your sealer images. If the resin is too soft, the photos may sink to the bottom. Yet you want it a bit tacky in order for the image to adhere in place. Center the image in the mold and let cure for a couple more hours.

At this point you can lay on any other embellishments, such as the date. Use a multipurpose sealer to seal it in place.

Pouring the Second Resin Layer

Once the glue has dried from the previous step, repeat the process above for mixing up another batch of resin. Leave out the glitter this time though! You’ll also need about half the volume of resin for this second layer, just enough to coat the images.

As above, set on a level surface and cover to keep the dust off. Blow off any air bubbles using a straw or small flame occasionally.

Let your ornaments cure for about 24 hours before attempting to remove them from the molds. At this point you can drill a small pilot hole into the top of the Christmas ornaments and then screw in the small eyelets for hanging. The pieces should be fully cured after about 72 hours.

And there you go! Your own gorgeous resin photo Christmas ornaments that grandma and grandpa are sure to go crazy over! And stop by our blog to pick up some free printable Christmas gift tags and floral holiday greeting cards which you can give alongside the ornaments.

Note: I’d love to show you how beautifully the kids photos turned out but we have an agreement not to show their faces in blog posts. But trust me, they look amazing! Moreover, the backsides of the ornaments are all glittery and gorgeous as well.

I love how these turned out so much that I’m planning to make ornaments of all four kids each year to have for our family! I think it’ll be so fun to take them out each year and see how they grow and change.

Do you have any similar traditions at Christmas?

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10 Beautiful DIY Gift Ideas

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 07:00

Not sure about you guys, but we here at Resin Crafts are in complete awe that Fall has surpassed us so quickly. Although often people dread Winter, we decided to celebrate the season and all the incredible things it has to offer! With the excitement of the holidays approaching, it’s, of course, a perfect time to fit crafting into your schedule. Some of the most meaningful gifts you can give to the people you love are handmade gifts! It’s also friendly for your budget as well.

We hope you enjoy some of these beautiful DIY gift ideas we’ve rounded up for you!

DIY Happy Christmas Camper Sign | DecoArt Blog

DIY Christmas Tea Towels | Lydi Out Loud


DIY Holiday Candles | The 36th AVENUE

DIY Nativity Scene Ornaments | The Idea Room

DIY 10 Minute Peppermint Soap | Happiness is Homemade

DIY Hot Cocoa Ornament | Smart School House

DIY Mason Jar Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix | The Happier Homemaker

DIY Rudolph Sugar Scrub | Oh My Creative

DIY Lip Balm Christmas Gift | Skip To My Lou

DIY Christmas Platters | The 36th AVENUE


Protecting and Decorating Found Rocks for Decor

Wed, 11/15/2017 - 07:00

Am I the only one that hoards rocks while out fishing and on the beach? On a recent fishing trip a few months ago, I grabbed way too many rocks (I’m embarrassed to say I had to go to my car four times to drop them off when my bag got too heavy) with no intention on how to use them. When we were done fishing and on our way home, I figured they would be great to line my garden with, but also knew I would paint a few to use around the home for styling.

The thing about painting something so small, though… if you don’t protect the paint finish, you’ll see scratches and marks as soon as you start moving the pieces around. And, because, I KNOW that I have a tendency to style and style and style again every surface in my home, I knew I’d like to protect the paint finish of any rocks that I decided to paint.

Cue the EnviroTex Lite…

I’ve used EnviroTex Lite a few times and I love it. I used it on my bar top makeover and also to seal some fun wallpaper on paper trays in my office, so I know how easy it is to use. I also really love the durable, glass-like finish you get with this product.

This is a really easy project. Let me show you how to do it!

Here’s what you need:

  • EnviroTex Lite
  • Mixing cups
  • Stir sticks
  • Plastic bags or drop cloth to protect your surface
  • Paint
  • Embellishment for your rocks (if you want to)
  • Rocks of any size

This is a really easy project to do. First, you need to wash and dry all your rocks. Then, you paint your rocks. I spray painted one with a copper metal spray paint, one with a brush and a yellow/mustard paint sample, and one I decided not to paint at all.

Once your paint is completely dry (make sure you get around the entire rock), you need to elevate your rocks on top of something. I used tiny mixing cups. Then, you mix the EnviroTex Lite. Make sure you protect your surfaces with plastic bags or plastic drop cloths.

Mix equal amounts (by volume) of both parts of the EnviroTex Lite for a full 1 minute. Then, pour the mixture into a second, clean mixing cup and mix for another 30 seconds. Scrape the sides of the cups throughout stirring.

For the copper painted rock, I kept my mixture clear and poured it right away on top of the rock.

If you want to add embellishments, add them to your mixture right before you pour.

For the yellow/mustard rock, I added some gold, copper, and silver leaf sheets right before I poured.

I added a little gold glitter to my mixture to pour over my unpainted rock.

You’ll need to check on your rocks in about 10 minutes, to catch the drips and pour back over the rock. Let completely cure, turn your rocks over and repeat, so that your entire rock is protected.

Once cured, you can use your rocks for styling!




Faux Stained Glass Christmas Ornament

Mon, 11/13/2017 - 07:00

You can make this faux stained glass Christmas ornament in just minutes with this tutorial.  Use our template to make a Christmas tree as shown or create your own design using the same technique.  The light showing through this ornament on your tree will be simply dazzling!

Supplies needed to make a faux stained glass Christmas ornament:
  • Glass ornament base
  • EnviroTex Lite®  Pour On High Gloss Finish
  • Stained Glass Leading Dimensional Paint
  • Castin’Craft Opaque Pigments in Brown, Green, White, and Opalescent
  • Mixing Cups
  • Measuring Cups
  • Stir Sticks
  • Toothpicks
  • Free Tree Template
  • Ribbon

To begin, I needed to decide which of the pigments to use when creating my ornament.  I always say “when in doubt, try it out”.  So I used a knob mold to make a few samples.   I tested a few different transparent and opaque pigments to decide which would work best for my project.  As you can see below, the transparent pigments are see through while the opaque gives a more colorful appearance.  I really loved the look of the Opalescent pigment which I thought I could make look like snow.

After my experiments, I was ready to create a faux stained glass ornament.  Start by laying your glass blank on top of the printed template.

Then trace around all edges with your stained glass leading.  Remember we will be adding resin to these areas and the leading will make an edge.  Be sure your lines are complete with no gaps.

Use the leading to also trace around your tree.  I filled the star in with the leading as the area was very small.

Set your ornament aside and allow to dry overnight.  Once dry, you can start mixing your EnviroTex Lite®  Pour-On High Gloss Finish according to the package directions.  I mixed a batch then poured small amounts into a bunch of measuring cups.  I added my pigment to each cup.  NOTE:  Be sure to keep some resin with no pigment as we will need it as well.

Pour a small amount of brown into the trunk.  TIP:  Toothpicks are your friend when making sure your resin gets all the way to the corners.

Add some clear resin to the tree area then add a few drips of green and white to it.

Use a clean toothpick to swirl the two together.

Then add resin that has been tinted with the Opalescent pigment to the rest of the ornament.  This dries looking a bit like snow with a glittering that I love.  Remove any bubbles that come to the surface.

Set the entire ornament on a level surface to cure.  Allow to cure overnight before touching.

Finally add a ribbon for hanging on your tree.  You now have an adorable faux stained glass ornament for your tree.  See that shimmering Opalescent pigment around the outside?  Just adorable!

You can also use this same technique to make stained glass ornaments in any design.  Your tree will look great with these hanging all over it!


10 Fun Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids

Fri, 11/10/2017 - 07:00

It’s that time of year again, friends! The holidays are right around the corner, and you know what that means. Your kiddos will have plenty of time off of school, which is great news for quality family time! But how do you keep the tiny humans occupied in a productive and festive way? We’ve rounded up some of the most fun and easy DIY Thanksgiving Projects that your kids will love. If you’re looking for an extra hand around the holidays, your little one’s can help you get ready for guests with these 10 Beautiful Thanksgiving Tablescapes we’ve also collected for you to enjoy, because a crafty holiday is the best kind of holiday!

Now, back to our DIY Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids. Which ones will you create?

DIY Thankful Turkey Book | B-Inspired Mama

DIY Coffee Filter Turkey | Buggy and Buddy

DIY Fancy Feathers | Babble Dabble Do

DIY Napkin Rings | Buggy and Bubby

DIY Fork Painted Turkey Craft | I Heart Arts n Crafts

DIY Pumpkin Pie Kids Craft | A Night Owl Blog

DIY M&M’s Cady Turkey Handprint | Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

DIY Pipe Cleaner Turkey | Mess for Less

DIY Paper Bag Turkeys | No Time For Flashcards

DIY Turkey Boxes | Love The Day



Pear Shaped Candle Making with EasyMold Silicone Rubber

Thu, 11/09/2017 - 19:23

Hi creative friends! It’s Sonja here from Sustain My Craft Habit and I’m really excited to share this candle making project with you. We’ll start by making the pear shaped mold and then finish with pouring the beeswax to form the candle.

I’ve been really eager to make another silicone mold ever since I made a cone shaped silicone mold for faux-marble ring cones. And as we head into Fall and gear up for the USA Thanksgiving, I thought this pear shaped candle idea would be the perfect DIY.

Supplies Needed for Making a Pear-Shaped Mold:

How to Make a Pear-Shaped Mold Preparing the supplies to make a mold:

Remove the pear stem and discard. Spray the inside of the container and the surface of the decorative pear with a mold release agent. Leave it to dry.

Once they are dry, apply a good amount of hot glue to the base of the pear and stick the pear firmly inside the plastic container ensuring you have a tight seal that will not leak mold at the bottom.

Pouring the Silicone to make a Mold:

Begin to mix your EasyMold Silicone Rubber. To determine how much product is needed, you can pour rice inside the container surrounding the decorative pear and then measure the amount of rice used. Refer to the product information sheet for full instructions.  Measure equal parts of the product and using a stir stick, mix the components together very well. Be sure to scrape the sides and bottom as well.

Slowly start pouring the mixture around your pear. To reduce the amount of bubbles, pour the mixture slowly and high above the container.  Bubbles will rise to the top as the product cures but I lightly tapped the entire thing throughout the pouring process.

Continue to pour until you get close to the top of the pear. You’ll need to leave a small hole at the top for the wick to pull through.  My advice would be to add a small bead of hot glue to the top of the pear where the stem was removed and then pour the mixture until you reach the base of the hardened glue.  Since I missed this step my wick hole ended up being in the wrong spot.

Set aside and allow to cure at least 24 hours. Once cured, carefully cut the container to remove the mold. Once the container is cut away, pull away the mold from the hot glue you used in the bottom. Trim away any excess mold that might have leaked past the hot glue barrier.

Remove the pear from inside the mold. An extra set of hands is helpful here: one person to hold the mold and the other person to carefully pull out the pear.

You now have a pear mold that can be used for a variety of craft projects, such as a dessert mold, FastCast, concrete, and more! Continue reading for instructions on using it to make pear shaped candles.

Supplies Needed for Candle Making:
  • Small cooking pot; double boiler
  • 100% Beeswax block
  • Candle wick
  • Mold sealer
  • Scissors
  • Wooden skewer

How to Make a Pear-Shape Candle Preparing the mold for candle making:

Feed the candle wick through the hole at the top of the pear mold. Leave about 2” sticking out at the top. Cover the top of the hole with a mold sealer (or your kid’s modeling clay as I did in my case). Press firmly in place to ensure beeswax does not leak out of the hole.

Flip the mold so the larger opening (or bottom of the pear mold) is facing up. Wrap the wick around a wooden skewer as shown.

Pouring the beeswax for candle making:

Using a double boiler, melt the beeswax on the stove top. Refer to Angie’s tutorial for making a mason jar candle for great tips on melting beeswax. Remember that melting wax is very hot so be careful! I used about half of the block when making this pear candle. Once completely melted, slowly pour the beeswax into the pear mold. Move the wick off to side to make more room for pouring. Fill just below the top of the pear mold and re-position wick to center of the candle.

The wax will take some time to cool completely. I waited 24 hours before attempting to remove the candle.  Once it’s firmly set, remove the mold sealer (aka modeling clay) from the top of the mold.

Carefully remove the candle.  Two sets of hands will be helpful here as well: one to hold the mold and the other to pull the candle out.

Trim your wick to size with scissors: leave 1/2″ at top and clip the excess at the bottom.

These pear candles are perfect on their own or in groupings of two or more. Make them for yourself or as a gift giving idea. Re-use your mold over and over.

Have you made your own candles before?

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Coffee Table Refinished with Resin

Mon, 11/06/2017 - 06:00

For the month of November, ETI and Resin Crafts Blog are sponsoring the Fab Furniture Flippin Contest, where bloggers from all over will be sharing their “Showstopping Tops” made with Envirotex Lite. I made this coffee table refinished with resin and can’t wait to tell you the process!

I was asked to make a Showstopping Tabletop project as guest host of the contest! Here’s what I came up with:

Supplies used:
  • White Chalk Paint
  • Paint brush
  • Plastic drop cloth
  • 40 oz of Envirotex Lite
  • White pigment for resin
  • Black pigment for resin
  • Creme Wax (furniture finishing wax)
  • Dust free area (I used a spray shelter)
Prepping the table:

Here is a BEFORE shot of the table, showing the reason that it needs to be refinished. Not only did it need to be a different color to match my decor, but it was all scuffed up and in need of a new life!

The first thing to do is paint the table. Chalk paint is awesome because you don’t have to sand anything down first.

Prepping Resin:

After the entire table is painted and dried (possibly with a few coats) you’re ready for the resin part of the project. Below is a photo of the supplies you’ll need for this part. I made sure to have extra stir sticks, paint brushes and cups nearby just in case I needed them. You have to work pretty quickly with resin, so you want to make sure everything is within reach and ready to go! Here are the supplies I used:

Make sure that your table is completely level both front to back and side to side. As you can see below, my table had to be shimmed with some stir sticks under the front corners in order to get it completely level. I think this was more because of the floor in the room I was working in rather than the table being uneven. As you can see I am working inside of a spray shelter tent because as soon as the resin is poured I wanted it to be in a dust free area. This shelter worked great!

Mixing Resin:

Next, you will need to mix your resin.  I used two 16oz. box of Envirotex Lite and an 8 oz. box as well. So 40 oz. total. This table was about 8 sq. ft. and this was the perfect amount of resin. The box will give you a chart for how much you need for your project. Whatever you do, just make sure you have an equal amount of the Part A Resin and the Part B Hardener. Pour them into a large mixing container and stir them thoroughly, which is usually about two or three minutes for me.

The next step is to pour pigment of your chosen colors into the resin. You want to work quickly, but to do it right. I wanted a dark gray, so I used mostly black, but added a little white to make the gray and to make the color thicker. Too little color pigment will make the resin semi-transparent, which is okay if that’s the look you’re going for, but I wanted the top to look similar to a marble-type stone and didn’t want the white table to show through underneath at all.

Mix the resin completely until you have one solid color throughout.

At this point, I poured a little into a smaller cup and added some white pigment to that in order to create a lighter gray for the streaks I was going to add in later.


Pouring Resin:

Now pour your dark gray resin onto the table top. As you can see, my table had some edging that was higher than the table, so my plan was just to fill in the main area and to leave the border. If your table is flat you’ll likely just let the resin run off the sides, but that didn’t work for this project.

Since I didn’t want the resin to go over my edges, I had to be sure to spread out the resin and not get too much onto the table.

Finish spreading out the resin so it covers the entire table. Be careful and precise, but work quickly! The resin is self-leveling, but it sometimes needs to be pushed to all the areas you want it to go.

Next, take your micro butane torch and run it across the table, popping all the air bubbles you can see. Sometimes it’s hard to see the bubbles because of the reflection on the shiny resin, but if you take a light or move to where the light hits the table, you’ll be able to see them. You will want to do this a few minutes after pouring the resin, again after adding the light gray (see next step) then come back about 15 minutes later and do it again. This is very important as it takes a little time sometimes for the bubbles to all rise to the surface.

Adding details:

Alright, now time for the contrasting light gray to add some detail. My goal was to make this a marble-like effect, and I think I did okay. It’s really hard to imitate natural stone! In the end I think I got the look I was going for, unless you look super close in some areas. Basically, I just used a wooden stir stick, put it into the cup of resin that is light gray that you made in an earlier step, and run it through the dark gray wherever you want it.

Keep going in different directions. Sometimes I would use the stir stick on its side to make a thin line and other times I’d run it through flat to make a thicker line.

Keep going over the entire table. You’ll see as you go that the resin will continue to settle.

The settling makes some really cool effects, like these natural looking areas with a cool lace-like pattern.


Alright, there you have it! A gorgeous white coffee table with a dark, patterned, shiny table top! I think it’s showstopping!

As you can see, it’s very shiny and reflects everything!

Maybe not a perfect replication of marble, but still a fun design. (Side note: It’s really difficult to take a picture of such a shiny piece! It’s like taking a picture of a mirror without getting yourself in the shot, haha!)

What do you think? I hope this is a piece that would inspire you to try out some Envirotex Lite and make an amazing furniture piece yourself!

Best of luck to all the contest participants! Can’t wait to see those Showstopping Tops!

–Sheri @ Hazel + Gold Designs




10 Beautiful Thanksgiving Tablescapes

Fri, 11/03/2017 - 07:00

The leaves are flying off the trees, the nights are chilly and the holidays are approaching! Isn’t this such an exciting time of year? We here at Resin Crafts are big fans of the holidays because it’s just another excuse to get more crafting time in! With the holidays around the corner, we’re trying to get our homes ready to go to have guests over and of course, we want to impress them. We’ve rounded up some beautiful Thanksgiving tablescapes that are sure to impress your guests this holiday season.  We hope you enjoy!

DIY Farmhouse Glam Centerpiece | Lydi Out Loud

DIY Thanksgiving Succulent Tablescape | A Night Owl Blog

DIY Coastal Thanksgiving Tablescape | H20 Bungalow

DIY Woodland Inspired Thanksgiving Tablescape | Sustain My Craft Habit

DIY Modern Mixed Metal Tablescape | Making Lemonade Blog

DIY Thanksgiving Decorations | The Country Chic Cottage

DIY Woodland Thanksgiving Tablescape | An Extraordinary Day

DIY Affordable Thanksgiving Tablescape | The V Spot Blog

DIY Colorful Thanksgiving Tablescape | Persia Lou

DIY Simple Thanksgiving Table Setting | Finding Home Farms

Which one will you make for your Thanksgiving table?



Gold Glitter Resin Tray DIY Tutorial

Thu, 11/02/2017 - 08:52

Gold Glitter Resin Tray Tutorial

Hi everyone, it’s Natalie from Doodlecraft showcasing another fun resin craft.  Gold glitter and sparkles are perfection for Autumn and that transition into Winter.  This glitter tray is the perfect bed tray for hot chocolate or other goodies.

The tray works great in the house as a catch all too.  How can you resist all that lovely glitter.    


Old Lacquered Tray (pick one up at a thrift store)

Gold Glitter

Mod Podge

Envirotex Lite High Gloss Resin

Begin by mixing one part Mod Podge and one part glitter in a paper cup.  Then pour and paint the glitter mixture all over the inside of the tray.  If you aren’t a big fan of gold, you could do this in any color you can imagine.

Let it dry completely.  It looks fabulous and sparkly, but it feels rough like sandpaper.  Let’s take this project up a notch with some high gloss resin.

Now take the tray to the garage or in a well ventilated undisturbed part of the house.  Read the directions on the box.  I used the 8 oz. kit and it was perfect for this 12 inch square tray.  Mix the high gloss resin according to package directions.

It’s a one to one ratio and mixes in a 2 part session.

Once mixed, pour all over the base of the tray, right in the center.  Lift and tilt the tray until clear gloss runs to all the edges and corners.  Then cover with a board or something to keep dust out.

Let it set overnight.  Then check it out!  Super shiny and smooth like glass.

Set up a hot chocolate bar and some goodies and enjoy by the fire.  Perfect for breakfast in bed or a midnight snack!

That sparkle will look perfect all year long!

This would make a great handmade holiday gift too!



DIY Serving Tray using EnviroTex Lite Pour On Resin

Mon, 10/30/2017 - 09:07

This DIY serving tray made with driftwood slices and Envirotex Lite Pour-On High Gloss Resin is a beautiful and functional way to add a coastal, rustic touch to your home decor.

Hi there! It’s Sonja from Sustain My Craft Habit. If you’ve been by our blog you might have caught that we love to make stuff with driftwood. From a DIY hanging rope shelf with driftwood, a driftwood mirror and even a driftwood Christmas tree, we find all kinds of fun ways to use this natural resource.

DIY Serving Tray with Driftwood and Resin

Recently Jane was slicing driftwood pieces to make buttons with. Many of them did not meet her high standards (some might say she’s a bit picky). However, the driftwood rounds were all so naturally beautiful that I had to come up with a way to use them. This idea, to display them in a functional DIY serving tray came to mind.

I love how the EnviroTex Lite accentuates and showcases the natural colours and designs of the driftwood pieces. It’s created such a smooth, glossy surface that looks like glass. The best part is that while the driftwood slices are all different depths, the resin creates a flat, durable surface making the serving tray completely functional. So let’s get started with making yours!

Materials Needed to Make your Own DIY Serving Tray with Driftwood and Resin: Step 1: Preparing the Materials

Paint your wood tray in any color of your choosing. We used Dark Denim from Americana Decor Satin Enamels, which provided a strong, durable finish with a light sheen. Once painted, put it aside to dry fully before moving onto the next step.

Safety first! Make sure you have all the necessary protective equipment when using power tools. Using a mitre saw, cut a variety of different sized driftwood pieces into a range of thicknesses from ¼” to ⅝”. It’s important to use driftwood formed from hardwood versus softwood to get a smooth surface.

Cut enough slices to fully cover your tray. It’s a bit of a jigsaw puzzle so be sure to cut extra pieces for working with.

Sand the rough cut edges of the driftwood slices and wipe away any sawdust.

Step 2: Assembling the Materials

Apply one generous coat of all-purpose sealer to the inside of your serving tray. Leave it to dry.

Using a paintbrush, apply all-purpose sealer to the bottom side of the driftwood slices.

Working in small sections, coat the tray with glue/sealer as well as the underside of the driftwood slice. Place them onto the serving tray one at a time.

Continue to add the driftwood slices until your serving tray is fully covered. Get creative with use different sizes, depths and colours of wood slices.

Once the driftwood slices are set in place, use a paintbrush to apply a coat of all-purpose sealer to the tops and sides of all the driftwood slices. Take your time with this step to ensure you don’t miss any pieces. You can see some of the pieces that I missed turned a different color after the resin was poured on.

Once the piece is fully sealed, leave it to dry completely before moving on to the next step.

Step 3: Applying the Pour On Resin

Work in layers until your piece is fully covered. For this particular piece, it took 3 layers of Pour On resin before all of the driftwood pieces were fully covered.

For best results be sure to read the instructions provided in the EnviroTex Lite Pour On packaging. Ensure your resin and hardener are at room temperature or warmer before mixing.

1st Resin Layer:

Mix exactly equal amounts of Resin and Hardener into one measuring cup. The size of your piece will determine how much resin you need. In my case, I filled the cup up as much as possible as my tray is fairly large size. Stir continuously for 2 minutes, scraping the sides of the container.

Pour the mixture into a second cup and stir for an additional minute (use a new stir stick). Scrape the sides of the container as you mix.

Using the stir stick, dip your stick into the EnviroTex mixture and then begin pouring the resin over top of your piece. Pour evenly from one side to the next. The resin will settle and level itself out but try to fill the spaces in between the driftwood as best you can. Lift the tray and tilt it back and forth to help the resin level out.

Cover to keep dust from settling in. Ensure your tray is placed on a level surface. After about 15 minutes, remove any bubbles that have risen to the surface by gently blowing over the piece through a straw or using a small kitchen torch. Repeat if necessary after another 15 minutes and up to about an hour all the bubbles are popped. Use a clean straw each time to avoid moisture from your breath collecting inside the straw and transferring onto the piece.

Cover and allow to cure overnight.

2nd Resin Layer:

Check your piece to see if the driftwood pieces are fully covered. If the resin surface is smooth and flat, then there is no need for another layer of resin.

In my particular case, I needed more resin so I repeated the 1st layer steps from the day before.

3rd Resin Layer:

Since some of my driftwood pieces were pretty thick, I ended up needing a 3rd layer of resin.  I repeated the 1st layer steps from the previous days to add my final layer of resin. As it hardens, the resin is self leveling but I wanted to help it along so I brushed some of the driftwood surfaces with a small clean crafting brush right after pouring.

Cover and allow to cure fully (~72 hours) before using.

I absolutely love how this piece turned out! The high gloss resin is the perfect contrast to the natural and rustic driftwood slices. I’m picturing this same idea on a larger scale, as a side table or beach-themed coffee table. However, Jane is already clamoring for a DIY serving tray of her own, so I may just need to make it as a Christmas or birthday gift for her.

We hope you enjoyed this DIY serving tray tutorial using EnviroTex Lite Pour-On Resin. We’d love for you to check out these other tutorials of ours including this leafy DIY resin paperweight and these beautiful lavender flower pendants.

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts

Fri, 10/27/2017 - 07:00

Hello there and happy Friday! It’s hard to believe but we’ve been sharing with you here on our new blog site for 6 months now… time flies when you’re inspired! To celebrate the Resin Crafts Blog revamped site’s 6 month birthday, we’re rounding up the top 10 most popular projects that our amazingly talented Resin Crafts Ambassadors have created in the last 6 months. Did your favorite make the top 10?

Top 10 Most Popular Posts 1. Wood and Resin Pendant with EasyCast – Hazel and Gold Designs

2. DIY Lavender Flower Pendant – Sustain My Craft Habit

3. Autumn Leaf Resin Pendant – Doodlecraft

4. Maple Resin Paperweight – Sustain My Craft Habit

5. DVD Mosaic High Gloss Resin Tray – Doodlecraft

6. Concrete and Resin Planter – Love Create Celebrate

7. Concrete Mason Jar Planter – The Country Chic Cottage

8. Poured Resin Wall Art – Hazel and Gold Designs

9. Seahorse Resin Pendant – Doodlecraft

10. Canvas Gold Leaf High Gloss Resin Painting – Doodlecraft

Which one is your favorite? Thanks for following along on our crafting adventures, we can’t wait to show you what we have in store for the next 6 months and beyond!

Have a wonderful weekend!