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Pebeo > Creative leisure > Tutorial-Video > DIY Small Joys with Pebeo Glazing Resin

DIY Small Joys with Pebeo Glazing Resin

In this workshop, discover how to create original and unique tags! With Gédéo Glazing Resin, your tags will have a beautiful enameled finish for a fantastic result! They are ideal for labeling a gift, creating a homemade mobile or even placing in your scrapbook albums... Follow your imagination!

Materials:

  • 1 Gédéo 150ml Glazing Resin kit
  • Decorative punches (various models)
  • Stamps (patterns and letters)
  • All surface inks in assorted colours
  • Wooden stick
  • Reusable adhesive mounting putty (sticky tack)
  • String, scissors

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  • creating a homemade mobile

     In this workshop, discover how to create original and unique tags!

  • Step 1: Prepare a mixture of glazing resin by following the instructions. Allow to set 1 hour for it to thicken further.

    Step 1: Prepare a mixture of glazing resin by following the instructions. Allow to set 1 hour for it to thicken further.

  • Step 2: Cut several models of tags of different sizes and shapes using the punches and make a hole at the top of each tag.

    Step 2: Cut several models of tags of different sizes and shapes using the punches and make a hole at the top of each tag.

  • Step 3: Print patterns and short words on the tags using the inks and stamps.

    Step 3: Print patterns and short words on the tags using the inks and stamps.

  • Step 4: Elevate the tag off the surface with a small ball of mounting putty and apply the glazing resin with a wooden stick. (If you leave your tag flat on a surface, the resin will spread over the latter, it is therefore best to elevate the tag – this way the resin will spread to the edges without dripping.)

    Step 4: Elevate the tag off the surface with a small ball of mounting putty and apply the glazing resin with a wooden stick. (If you leave your tag flat on a surface, the resin will spread over the latter, it is therefore best to elevate the tag – this way the resin will spread to the edges without dripping.)

  • Step 5: When the resin is cured after about 12 hours, attach the strings.

    Step 5: When the resin is cured after about 12 hours, attach the strings.

  • Step 6: You can now mount the different pieces on your homemade wire mobile!

    Step 6: You can now mount the different pieces on your homemade wire mobile! Paste them in your scrapbook albums or use them to label gifts. They will add beautiful effects to all your projects!

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