Sunday, December 30, 2018

Unicorn Resin Coasters | DIY | Another Coaster Friday® | Craft Klatch

Learn how to create resin unicorn coasters with this fun DIY!  It can be a resin coaster, or keep your jewelry organized and use it as a ring holder!  It's fun room decor with just a touch of glitter!

Here is a quick video tutorial, so you can see exactly how I made them:

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You will need:
Coaster mold:
Horn mold:
Horn mold:
Flower mold:
Pigment powder:
White resin:
Clear resin:
White feather boa:
Colorful boas:
Pink glitter:
Hot glue:
Clear glue:
Craft foam:
Cricut (Amazon):  
Cricut (Cricut site):
Cricut vinyls:


1.  I gathered my molds.  I used three different molds for this project.

2.  I used pigment powder and brushed it on the inside of the horn mold.  It can be a solid color, or a mix of colors.

3.  I did the same with the flower mold.

5.  I used a fast curing resin for this project, but you can use a clear resin and add white pigment.  By dusting the inside of the molds, with the pigment powder, the pigment powder becomes one with the resin.

TIP:  For the horns, I had them cure on a light angle, so they would have a little angle, when cured.

6.  Once cured, I removed all the parts from the molds.

Look how pretty that horn turned out!

7.  I glued the horns to the coasters.

I used a fast drying glue.

8.  I cut a face out of vinyl with my cutting machine, but you can also paint it on.

9.  I put on the faces.

So far, so good!

10.  I mixed two ounces of clear resin and poured it on the coasters.  This gives additional strength to the horn.

11.  I used my stir stick, to make sure it went to the edges.

12.  I popped the bubbles with the lighter and let them cure a minimum of 12 hours.

13.  I cut ears out of craft foam and glued them on with hot glue.

14.  I painted pink inner ears.

15.  I added glue to help make the attachment stronger and then sprinkled the glue with glitter.

 16.  I then added additional glue and put on a piece of the feather boa.

17.  I trimmed the excess.

18.  I glued on the flowers.
That's it!  Now you can use them as coasters, or as ring holders.

That's it!  Remember:  Life's too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™  Stay safe!


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