If your tired of the typical molds circluationg and are Feeling Adventurous, check out this quick demo and walkthrough making a custom inlay with a home-made mold technique.
Watch quick video Instagram here: or near the bottom of this post.
Special Thanks to @thejuliart for sharing this method.
Start with workspace or container like you see in the video.
Gather some foil to shape and place into the container.
Be sure to secure the foil so with doesn't move around after the epoxy resin is poured.
Now place some clear vinyl over the foil to create a sealed area for the mold.
Add the items you want to be seen within the inlay and prep your favorite epoxy resin.
We love the Platinum Clear Epoxy for this project…
Let's use a small torch to release the bubbles then cover the project with a clean container to prevent dust or bugs from landing in it.
After 24 hours, simply peal the inlay from the home-made mold and it’s ready.
Consider this method for your next project. Endless possibilities with wall art, tables, bars etc.
Here is a short video demo this process on our Instagram:
Hope this was helpful.
Let us know what you would like to create below in the comments.
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I am going to try this foil way of a mold, but can you tell me about the clear vinyl? What do you use? weight/thickness? from a craft store or amazon? I looked a little and know I need your advice! Thanks gang!