TESTING!! 1, 2, 3 Epoxy Resin coaster test / resin art / resin pouring / resin pour coasters

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Huge thanks to #Suzanadancks for creating these excellent products.

I used #LeRez #LerezExpressions products in this video. The colors I used today were steel blue metallic epoxy pigment paste, glitz & glam suncatcher powder & angel white epoxy pigment paste (my favorite white) heres the link to Laura’s store, for u.s. orders.


Here is Suzana’s website for international orders.


I used pro marine supplies resin on these piece’s. I ordered it straight from their website. https://promarinesupplies.com/products/crystal-clear-bar-table-top-epoxy-resin-coating-for-wood-tabletop

Link to silicone coster molds I purchased from amazon

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United we pour with Tammy and Lisa


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Safety Disclaimer
Before you create ALWAYS read all of the instructions and safety labels on all of the products you are going to use. I am no expert I am just sharing the way I like to create art and any tips/tricks I have learned along the way. ALWAYS wear proper safety gear when working with resin and paint. I ALWAYS work in a well ventilated area. Also always wear nitrile gloves and a full face respirator when I work with resin. Remember to have fun and be safe when you are creating. Thank you 🙂