Cool Retro Coasters

If you're following along with us in this blog hop you've just visited Michelles blog - http://faeriedustdreams-michelle.blogspot.ca/
isn't that bowl of hers amazing? WOW

I hope you have been enjoying everything you've seen so far. I know that this Design Team works really hard to create pieces you'll want to recreate over and over again. So without any delay, I want to show you how to make these SUPER easy, colorful coasters. 

 If you'd like you can watch a how-to video right here.

- Amazing Casting Resin - http://www.alumilite.com/ProdDetail.cfm?Category=Casting Resins&Name=Amazing Casting Resin
- Dye - http://www.alumilite.com/ProdDetail.cfm?Category=Support Products&Name=Alumilite Dye
- mixing pots & stir sticks
- comic book images
- plastic lid

1. Pour equal parts of Part A & Part B of the Amazing Casting Resin into separate containers.
2. Add a few drops to Part A of the Resin and stir well.
3. Pour Part B into Part A and mix for about 1 minute.
4. Pour mixture into plastic lid and let this harden.

5. Remove the resin mold from the plastic lid.
6. Cut out circle images from your favorite paper and glue to the center of the coaster using 3D Crystal Lacquer.  
7. Apply one or two even coats of 3D Crystal Lacquer over entire image and let dry. Voila' you are done!!
 Thank you so much for spending your time with us here at AMP.
Now make sure you head back to the www.amazingmoldputty.blogspot.com and let everyone know which Design Team member created YOUR FAVORITE project for a chance to win a wonderful prize from AMP. 

  Thanks Everyone!

If you have visited all of our Design Team members blogs, you will now head on over to http://amazingmoldputty.blogspot.ca/ and leave a comment on the blog hop post and let everyone know what YOUR favorite project was by one of our Design Team members, don't forget to do this as your name will be entered into a draw for a fabulous prize from www.alumilite.com

Thanks Terri Sproul for organizing this blog hop and Thanks to Alumilite for their amazing products.


Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Wow! Super cool coasters! Thanks for the inspiration! =)

DIANA L. said...

This is so sweet. Love these coasters how fun I am a new follower I hope you will come visit me. I would love to win this product thanks for the hop


Sarah said...

Gorgeous coasters! Love the images you used! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

Dale Anne Potter said...

COOL Lee! I think I NEED some of that Amazing Casting Resin......adding to my want list. GREAT project - THANKS for sharing!!!

Flower Power said...

Very Cool Lee! Love it.. and retro too!.. clever!

Tanya Knight Ruffin said...

Adorable! Very clever!

~ Kendra ~ said...

Cool coasters!! Love the retro theme and colors you used!!

Barbara Rankin said...

Wow, love your coasters, Lee. I never would have thought of using a plastic lid like that. TFS

Debi_Omnistitch said...

So Cute, reminds me of a long time ago, I have to read my old comics.

Lee Brehon said...

I was on my Iphone when I accidently lost a couple of comments here, but I did read them and appreciate them all, thanks so much.

Lyneen said...

WHAT FUN.... great idea and you could make anything you like in the coasters!!! THANKS for sharing.

Juliana Pace said...

Hi, Lee! Back again to acknowledge your reply. Yes, I do kind of a similar sketching as your coasters at times...more my just playing type stuff. I don't have an art blog at this time although I've started a 2nd blog that may end up being more of that sometime. I, although, write a Christian Lifestyles blog at www.somethingbyjuliana.blogspot.com and I have a FB page entitled Something by Juliana, also! Always busy doing something! Love your work & I'm now following your blog, also! God bless...Juliana

Wendy said...

These are really fun!