Once you’ve made your first resin project it’s so tempting to think “but what else can I make?” Which is why building your mold collection is the perfect way to make fun projects in your spare time!
I’ve collected quite a few molds already (and have even more in my cart on Amazon!) so I thought I’d share a few of my favorites with you! Unfortunately (or fortunately!) a few of my favorites became 30 which means there is definitely a mold in this collection for you!
One thing to keep in mind is if a mold is made of silicone you can use it for resin! Which means baking molds are fare game… just be aware that most resin molds are glossy (which leaves your piece with a glossy shine to the front!) whereas baking molds often leave your piece matte. Which is fine… just pour a top coat and that will add a little gloss and shine to your piece!
Still working on building your resin collection?
If you’ve ever wanted to work with resin here are my favorite tools and supplies to get you started. Follow the list below for links to my favorite products… or download my free pdf guide!
Once you’ve got the basics down you can move on to the inclusions (a fancy word to describe all the things you can put inside resin… check out my master list of 25 budget friendly resin inclusions!
Ready to get started? I’ll teach you everything you need to know in my Resin 101 post and then we’ll get started with our first pour by learning How to Mix Resin.
Looking for more resin projects? I’ve got you covered!
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