What are epoxy dots?
BCI Crafts-Vintage Epoxy Dots: Round. These dots are clear, slightly domed, self-adhesive, circle dots that protect and seal the image underneath. They are scratch and water resistant and coordinate perfectly with bottle caps, bezel pendants and many other circular craft and jewelry designs.
Can you put stickers in epoxy resin?
Stickers can be quite tricky to put in resin, but they are pretty easy to get the hang of, so don’t be discouraged!
How do you make resin dome stickers?
The 7-Step Resin Doming Application Process
- Get your environment right.
- Create a flat and level work surface.
- Load the resin into the applicator.
- Apply the resin – slowly – and wait.
- Wait for 3 minutes before repairs.
- Ready to cure.
- Stand back and admire your handy work.
How do I use epoxy?
Do you have any resin pouring tips?
- Apply the resin a little bit at a time. Depending on the resin, it can pour quickly.
- Leave a bit of resin in the bottom of your pour cup. You can then check the resin in the cup to check to see if your resin is cured.
- A heat gun is great for removing bubbles from your resin.
Can you resin over stickers?
Photos, cardstock, book pages, stickers, and even maps are all very common resin additions. (NOTE: White or very light-colored paper can discolor over time in resin.)
Can you put regular paper in resin?
You can use any kind of paper with resin, provided it has been sealed first. You can use photographs, cardboard, stickers, tissue paper, and even book pages in your resin creations.
Can you put photos in resin?
Covering a glossy photo in a coating of ArtResin is easy – in fact, epoxy resin takes photographs next level, sealing and protecting them with a professional looking finish and a glossy sheen that makes colour pop!
Are epoxy stickers waterproof?
Epoxy Stickers, Waterproof and UV-resistant.
What resin is used for doming?
YES – ArtResin is a perfect doming resin. It has great surface tension so domes up beautifully at the edge of wherever it’s applied, creating a soft curve between the surface of the artwork up to the height of the resin.