Poured Epoxy Marbling – Serving Board and Chevron Arrows
I am totally addicted to pouring! Both paint and Epoxy pouring are so much fun but I think I prefer the epoxy pouring just a little bit more. The finished effect with the epoxy is just spectacular. There is no comparing the depth you can achieve using Epoxy to make your marbled pours. Epoxy Marbling is much easier than you might think! I’m excited to share two projects with you today. Hop on over to the Resin Crafts Blog to check out some really cool Marbled Chevron Arrows and Watch a video tutorial here to learn how to make a beautiful marbled serving board.
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Here is what you’ll need to do your own Epoxy Marbling project:
- Walnut Hollow Round Serving Board
- Envirotex Lite Pour-On Epoxy
- Castin’ Craft Epoxy Dyes and Pigments
- Acrylic Paint and Glitter (optional)
- Mixing Cups and Stir Sticks
- Gloves and Eye Protection
- Painters Tape
- Food Safe Mineral Oil
Rather than complete a step by step tutorial for this marbled serving board like I normally would, I’ve made a quick video for you to watch! You can see a step by step picture tutorial for the Epoxy Marbling method over on the Marbled Chevron Arrows project if that’s how you prefer to learn. Either way, you’ll find that it’s super easy to do!
You can use this method on so many things! Using the same techniques you could pour epoxy over flower pots, utensil handles, table surfaces, canvas, photo frames… the possibilities are endless! What would you pour epoxy on?
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Check out these other Epoxy Marbling projects too!