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Materials You Can Put In Epoxy Resin Crafts and River Tables

Real camo camouflage materials foraged from the ocean floor on the South Coast forests of Vancouver Island. Moss, lichen, pieces of bark, wood and more.

Embarking on the Journey: What Materials You Can Put In Epoxy Resin

Let's dive into the fascinating world of resin art and explore a variety of materials that will take your creations to a whole new level. From dried flowers to seashells, crystals, and more, we're about to embark on a journey of artistic possibilities.

Dried Flowers and Leaves

Picture this – delicate dried flowers and leaves gracefully put in your epoxy resin creations, bringing a touch of nature's poetry. It's like preserving a moment in time, capturing the essence of beauty that lasts forever. Click here to learn how to properly dry your flowers for epoxy resin crafts.

Seashells, Sand, and Beach Pebbles

Feel the beach vibes as we venture into the world of seashells, sand, and beach pebbles. Imagine your resin masterpiece embodying the calming rhythm of the waves, creating a tangible tribute to coastal serenity.

Sparkling Resin with Crystals

Now, let's add a sprinkle of magic with crystals. Not just any crystals – the kind that adds a mesmerizing allure to your resin art. Imagine the play of light, turning your creation into a dazzling display of beauty.

Dried Mushrooms and Twigs

Take a stroll through the forest in your artistic journey. Dried mushrooms and twigs bring a touch of woodland whimsy to your resin designs, capturing the enchantment of the great outdoors.

Seaweeds and Marine Marvels

Dive deep into the wonders of the ocean by adding seaweeds and marine treasures. Your resin art transforms into an underwater fantasy, where light and shadow dance in harmony, mimicking the mesmerizing currents of the sea.

Get ready to explore the endless possibilities of materials you can add to resin. Let your imagination run wild as you craft unique and expressive pieces. At Preserving Nature Crafts, we're not just creating art; we're capturing moments, turning nature's treasures into functional and captivating works of art."


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