Introduction: Resin Magnets

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Old plastic bottle caps filled with colored resin and turned into lovely refrigerator magnets

Step 1: Pour Equal Parts of Each Bottle of Resin

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Step 2: Pour First Cup In

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Step 3: Pour Second Cup In

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Step 4: Add Color

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Step 5: Add Color

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Step 6: Mix Resin & Color

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Step 7: Mix

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Step 8: Mix

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Step 9: Mix

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Step 10: Mix

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Step 11: UNTIL IT'S ALL MIXED (no Swirls)

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Step 12: Pour Into Bottle Caps

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Step 13: Pour

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Step 14: Pretty

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Step 15: Lay Them Out to Dry

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Step 16: More Colors

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Step 17: More Colors

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Step 18: More Colors

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Step 19: Colors!!!

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Step 20: All the Colors

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Step 21: THE COLORS!!! Do Not Disturb Until Completely Dry (up to 24 Hours)

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Make sure they are laying completely flat while they are drying.

Step 22: Super Strong Magnets and Hot Glue Gun

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Step 23: Lil Bead of Hot Glue

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Step 24: Stick Lil Magnet On

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Step 25: Now You Have Beautiful Resin Magnets!

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Step 26: TA-DA!!

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Comments

nancyCpants (author)2015-11-21

I've never worked with resin. Are there any tricks to unmolding it?

amberrayh (author)2015-11-20

Yeah! Resin is fun! I like ALL THE COLORS.

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