With Christmas around the corner it’s the perfect time to make some last minute gift ideas. Today were going to show you how to create stunning ornaments with poured resin.
We’re so excited to welcome Jane from Sustain My Craft Habit who is sharing an incredible holiday project with us today! Also, don’t forget to enter the giveaways we have going on in our Facebook group and on our Facebook page… we’re giving away over $500 in ETI products to 6 lucky winners!
Hello creative friend! This is Jane from Sustain my Craft Habit, a DIY craft in home decor blog I co-write with my sister Sonja. It’s been a while since we’ve been here on the Resin Crafts Blog and it’s so nice to see you again.
The Christmas season is absolutely one of our favorite times for crafting. Not only is there tons of inspiration to be found but it’s also wonderful to make the decorations for our homes and gifts for loved ones.
A couple of summers ago we made these gorgeous seascape inspired cutting boards with resin.
And I was really keen to try this technique again. It’s actually a bit of a trick: although it looks like colored resin it’s actually a painted surface with clear and tinted resin threaded through.
We invite you to visit us at Sustain my Craft Habit where we have the full step-by-step tutorial for this Christmas resin project. Will also shortly have the DIY video on our YouTube channel and invite you to subscribe.
For some additional last minute Christmas craft ideas with resin be sure to explore the following projects you can find here on the Resin Crafts Blog:
Oh and I almost forgot to mention that over on Sustain my Craft Babit we’re in the midst of 25 days of an Upcycled Christmas. All this month we’ve been sharing new simple craft ideas using items from your home such as this re-purposed gift wrap jewelry set. Be sure to sign up to join along for you craft ideas each day.
We hope you have a wonderful and Merry Christmas!
Jane and Sonja are sisters, moms and lifelong craft addicts both living near Toronto, Canada with their families. They share their love of creativity, nature and coastal DIY ideas on their blog Sustain My Craft Habit. They craft and decorate their homes using repurposed and upcycled items and materials found in nature.