Eyeball Gummies Resin Coaster

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Introduction: Eyeball Gummies Resin Coaster

Need ideas for what to do with your leftover Halloween candy?

This tutorial will show you how to make this resin candy coaster with eyeball gummies !

Step 1: Supplies

-Silicone coaster mold

-Trolli Glotzer Eyeball Gummies

-Clear epoxy resin

-Red sewing thread

-Red acrylic paint or fake blood.

-Hot glue gun (optional)

Step 2: Mix Epoxy Resin !

This epoxy resin comes in two parts.

First, you will need to mix the two parts according to the manufacturer instructions.

Make sure to follow the safety precautions and stir the resin until clear.

Set aside 1/4 of the resin in another plastic cup.

Pour the first layer of resin at the bottom of the silicone mold.

Step 3: Mix Fake Blood and Resin

Mix a small amount of clear resin with a few drop of fake blood.

Pour the mixture on top of the first layer of resin.

Gently stir the resin around with a wooden stick. Create swirls and patterns with this red mixture.

Step 4: Make Creepy Blood Vessel With Red Sewing Thread

Cut the red sewing thread and split it up into little pieces.

Put little bits of thread on the resin.

Swirl the little pieces around with a wooden stick, this will create a creepy blood vessel effect !

Step 5: Prepare the Candies

Using a sharp knife, cut the eyeball gummies in half.

Place the candy on the resin.

You can try to pop the tiny bubbles of resin with a toothpick.

Let the resin cure for at least two hours.

Step 6: Fill the Mold With Clear Resin

Fill the mold using a new batch of resin.

Leave your fresh resin to cure for at least 48 hours before using this spooky coaster !

Step 7: Unmold the Coaster !

Remove the coaster from the mold and you're done !


Enjoy this creepy eyeball candy coaster. :)

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    4 Comments

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    littlebadwren
    littlebadwren

    1 year ago

    Coooooooool! Love this!

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    ProfGenki
    ProfGenki

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks ! I'm really glad you enjoyed my tutorial :)

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    That's a creepy and fun idea :)

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    ProfGenki
    ProfGenki

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you! :)