Hey Resin Crafters! Amber Oliver here with another great resin craft. I love to read (I mentioned this in my resin bookmarks post!) and I try to get together with my book club every few months. Inevitably, schedules don’t sync up and we all get busy so sometimes it’s hard to keep up our little group. When we do manage to arrange a time to meet, sometimes the drinks, snacks, and catching up takes priority over the books! But that’s half the fun, right? One problem when everyone is drink the same red or white wine is mixing up your wine glasses. I created beautiful, monogrammed resin wine charms to help!
- EasyCast Clear Casting Epoxy
- Small round molds
- Stickers or cutouts of letters
- Stretch Cord
- Mixing Cups
- Stir Sticks
Step 1: First, prepare the EasyCast Clear Casting Epoxy. This is a multi-step process so don’t start mixing until you are ready to do the whole process from beginning to end! Start by mixing EQUAL parts of the Hardener and the Resin.
Stir for two minutes (be sure to scrape the bottoms and sides) then pour from the first cup into a second and mix with a new stir stick for another minute.
Step 2: Once your resin in ready, add in a bit of glitter!
Step 3: Place stickers into the molds.
Step 4: Pour resin into the mold. (Make sure the letter is covered but don’t make your charm too thick!)
Using the stretch cord makes it easy to attach around the stem of your wine glass. I used different colors for the cord for another way to tell each glass apart. As with all my resin projects – this once would be easily customized! Instead of glitter you could use Castin’Craft Opaque Pigments to do different colors! I hope this project inspires you to create your own resin wine charms!
Amber Oliver is a DIY and lifestyle blogger who shares easy DIY tutorials, colorful crafts, and more on her blog, Amber Oliver. She’s a native Oklahoman living “in the loop” in Houston, TX with her husband and dog. She’s an avid reader, world traveler, loves Tex Mex food, and creating everything from woodworking projects to websites. She focuses on budget friendly projects for the home and empowering women to try new things.