This is a very simple project that anyone can try if they are new to home decoration and resin projects.
I always buy vintage muffin pans when I see them in antique stores. I think they are ideal frames!
The muffin pan I chose for this project is very deep. For deep pours I always use EasyCast resin. It was designed for deep pours and molds. In this pan I have already poured and allowed to cure about 1/2 inch of EasyCast. Now my images are being glued and sealed to that first resin surface.
I also glued in sequins to act as my image frame. You can use Ultra Seal or Mod Podge. These glues dry clear and are wonderful sealers for paper. I poured another 1/2 inch of EasyCast in each pan to complete my project. There is still room to even work on that surface and do a third pour if I want to.
I want my pan to be flush on my wall so I glued some hangers to the back of the pan rather than use the hole at the top of the pan.
I did think about working this way. Horizontally the pan is very interesting!
Here is another example of resin in vintage bakeware. This pan is a favorite. It features the six wives of Henry the Eighth.
The little pans are great too!
This post was designed, photographed and written by me.
It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.