Welcome the the Ann Butler Designs – ETI Resin Blog Hop!
The Creative Team has been busy creating projects using Ann Butler Designs and ETI products to create some great projects for you. To get started I created…
a Faux Quilted Resin Coaster. Here’s how to create it:
Choose a 2″ Triangle, two 1″ Triangles and a 1″ square from the Faux Quilting line and place them onto an acylic block to create a square as shown. Using Archival Dye Ink…
Stamp onto white card stock…
Four times to create a pinwheel pattern.
Choose 4 – 6 colors of the Ann Butler Crafter’s Ink. Using daubers…
Add colors to the image.
Cut the image to 4″ and heat set.
Cut a piece of yellow card stock 4 1/4″ x 4 1/4″. Using Ultra-Seal…
Attach the yellow card stock to a black 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ tile. Center and attach the pinwheel design on top of the yellow card stock with the Ultra-Seal. Apply two coats of the Ultra-Seal on the top layer, let dry.
Measure out equal amounts of the hardener and resin of EnviroTex Lite, stir two minutes. Pour into a second cup and stir for another minute.
Place the coaster up off the surface. Pour resin mixture onto the top of the coaster.
Use a disposable brush to move the resin to the edges and to catch the drips that run off the edges.
Use a lighter to remove the air bubbles, if any. Let dry for 24 hours.
I love how this turned out!!
Ann Butler Design Products used:
- Ceramic tile, black
- Card stock: white, yellow
- Heat gun
- Paper trimmer
- Disposable brush
- Measuring cups
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