Here is my finished tray!
Yesterday's Part One post showed you how I got to this point in the process. You might want to read that first.
I placed my tissue paper to the back of the cut out tray and covered it with EasyCast.
When the back was cured I poured EasyCast onto my new tray surface. My pour was about 1/4 of an inch high.
Then I had a little repair job delaying my results post one day. I found this bubble. Darn it.
It was already cured and it was driving me a little crazy. Most people would not even notice it, but I knew if I did not repair it that it would be the only thing I saw when I used the tray.
So I sanded the area. I know this makes a few of you nervous. Trust me, these scratch lines will disappear!
I then brushed a final EasyCast layer over the the entire surface. See how quickly those scratch/sanded lines disappeared?
I love the tray! I brought it outside so you could see that it is slightly translucent and looks like stained glass when there is light behind it.
So to recap.
I took a tray that was recycled into charms for jewelry making...and up cycled it back to a tray with EasyCast!
Part One Linked here.
This post was designed, photographed and written by me.
It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.