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Seashell Jar Lid Resin Coasters

By: Jennifer and Kitty O'Neil from runningwithsisters.com
Updated October 12, 2018
Seashell Jar Lid Resin Coasters
Seashell Jar Lid Resin Coasters
This image courtesy of runningwithsisters.com

Learn how to make resin coasters using a recycled jar lid and beautiful seashell bits! These coasters are so summery and will remind you of vacation. If you collected seashells last time you were at the beach, put them to good use with this project. If you already have seashells and recycled jar lids on hand, all you need to buy is the resin mixture. This tutorial includes a helpful video on how to mix resin, as well as tips for pouring it. When complete, you will have the shiniest and prettiest coasters around!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Easy

SeasonSummer

Project TypeMake a Project

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These coasters are beautiful. I've been fascinated with the process of crafting with resin but haven't tried it yet. What a great way to preserve and save shells or other little things that are a souvenir from a special trip or a piece of memorabilia. We even have beaded necklaces that our Gram wore in the early 1960's. This would be a neat way to repurpose the beads.

Aren't these the most beautiful coasters you have seen? And a great way to remember a favorite beach vacation and put it to good use, am I right? It seems fun to do a craft like this especially since I have never used resin before. Now, you could take this idea and roll with it. You have a man who's a gambling man? How about layering poker chips, dice and a card inside the lid for a fun man cave set of coasters for their beers? It's kitsch. I love it.

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