Vera had lots of fun creating resin Christmas ornaments with her god-sister at a recent Resin Play workshop! With different colours and sparkles to play with, the two girls were in art and craft heaven!
First, they had to decide how to design their inner pieces. Using Jesmonite mixed with the desired colours, Vera chose to design her inner snowflake and unicorn using two colours: purple and white, creating a marbling effect by pouring one colour after another.
Her god-sister also chose similar colours, except using the butterfly and snowflake moulds.
While waiting for their Jesmonite inner piece to harden, the girls started mixing resin for the outer layer.
After another round of mixing sparkles and pouring into the Christmas bauble mould, they had to leave their pieces overnight to dry.
They had such good fun at Resin Play making their very own Christmas decor. I personally think holidays should have a good mix of ‘creating’ and ‘consuming’ moments – do you agree?
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Disclaimer: Resin Play kindly sponsored this workshop for us to try the experience ourselves, but the opinions are my own.