Friday, July 15, 2016

DIY Sea Glass Tile Tray

Did you know that by using ice resin on your projects that it will create a durable finish for years to come? And it's really easy! You just mix the two liquids that come in the kit, stir, and pour! We used it on this beautiful DIY Tray.


Here's what you'll need to make this tray:
Krylon Sea Glass Spray Paint (one can in blue and one in green)
Oval Glass Tiles
Rectangle Glass Tiles
Unfinished Wood Tray
Ice Resin Kit by Susan Lenart Kazmer from Ranger
Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint (White)
Sponge Brush
Blue and Green Seed Beads

Spray the Krylon Sea Glass Paint to cover the glass tiles.

Krylon Sea Glass Spray Paint

• Paint your unfinished tray with your white acrylic paint. Let dry completely.

• Using your Krylon Sea Glass spray paint,  spray both of your oval and rectangle glass tiles.  Tip - lightly spray paint and allow the color to dry in between coats.  

•  Once dry, place on the tray, sprinkle the blue and green beads in between the glass tiles.  

• Mix and pour your ice resin over the glass tiles and beads (see the video below on how to mix & pour the ice resin). Allow your ice resin to completely dry for 72 hours before placing any items on top of your tray.

How to mix Ice Resin via Susan Lenart Kazmer's website: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k27qKfmfTZ4& 



How to mix Ice Resin

Ice Resin by Susan Lenart Kazmer from Ranger


Your tray is ready to use! If you'd like to know how to create the fairy jar shown in this picture, visit our blog here.


All the supplies to make these fun projects are available at our Ben Franklin Crafts store in Monroe, WA. If you have any questions don't hesitate to give us a call at 360-794-6745 ext. 0, or stop by the store! Our associates are always happy to help!

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