I am happy to report I am getting better at working with epoxy resin! Much improved since Learning the Hard Way. I had a couple issues along the top edge and one air bubble but on the whole it is looking beautiful! It really makes Seaside Sunshine‘s colors pop and gives it a stunning high gloss finish. Continue reading “Working with Epoxy Resin”
After purchasing (and loving) an epoxy resin round created with alcohol inks, I wanted to try some for myself. Suited up with my mask to protect my lungs, I did my first attempt. The resin release spray added texture and I didn’t get all the bubbles out unfortunately (and now I know why that’s such a problem), but for a first try it was a success! Continue reading “Trying New Things”
Regrettably I tend to learn best by experience. Though I love to learn from other’s I often try things to see why they don’t work (especially when doing them makes life easier).
Today’s lesson learned is why you should cover your canvas while the epoxy resin is drying. No matter how still your environment is, there’s likely something floating in the air. And Murphy’s Law mandates it’ll likely find your wet epoxy and harden in – LOL!
Note to self: cover when drying