Hello and Happy Friday Resin Crafts friends! Let’s get excited because it’s our first Meet the Maker of 2020! We’re excited to feature Lindsay, an uber talented member of our Resin Crafts Ambassador team.
You can find Lindsay over at her blog Artsy-Fartsy Mama, where you’ll find a little bit of everything: crafts (even ones for the kids), rad resin projects, free printables, SVG cut files, easy recipes, educational ideas, travel tips, sewing tutorials, and more!
We’re in love with Lindsay’s resin creations… she creates anything from bright, whimsical, fun to elegant and everything in between. We’re sure you’ll love them just as much… check out this sampling of some of Lindsay’s beautiful designs.
Enjoy and be inspired!
Meet the Maker: Resin Projects by Resin Crafts Ambassador Lindsay Gilbert
Dyed Seashell Resin Coasters
Alcohol Ink Resin Heart Jewelry
DIY Resin Mermaid Jewelry Dish
DIY Resin Initial Keychain
Fun Junk Food Magnets with FastCast
DIY Resin Beach Coasters
DIY Alcohol Ink Resin Keychains
Crushed Glass Resin Jewelry Set
DIY Faux Agate Coasters
DIY Resin Flower Keychains
Lydia Nordhoff is the creator of Lydi Out Loud, a blog where she shares her adventures in crafting and DIY. Lydi Out Loud has been featured on the Home Depot Blog, House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, Southern Living, Elle Decor, Brit + Co., Buzz Feed, Cricut and Somerset Home Magazine.
Hi, love the resin art, but I cannot make it right, doesn’t come out clear enough, has bubbles, no sure what I’m doing wrong. Any tips for me please.
Hi Claudette! As far as cloudy resin, that could be due to a couple of things: the resin wasn’t warm enough when mixed. You can set the resin bottles in warm water for a few minutes before mixing to help with that. Also make sure that you follow the mixing instructions exactly. Bubbles can be popped in a number of ways, all of our tutorials using resin demonstrate ways to do so. We will also be doing a Facebook Live on Wednesday on our Facebook page ALL about preventing bubbles as that is a common issue that many folks deal with. If you aren’t a fan of our page already, here is the link so that you can tune in on Wednesday (or watch anytime after that). https://www.facebook.com/ResinCraftsBlog/