Driftwood and Epoxy Tooth Brush Holder

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Introduction: Driftwood and Epoxy Tooth Brush Holder

About: I was born in St-Petersburg, Russia.I lived in different countries and speak few languages. I am a singer, an artist, a teacher and a Mom to 2 beautiful girls. These days I am living in Churchill, Manitoba, wi…

This wonderful holder made of real drift wood that I collected on the shore of Hudson Bay. In combination with epoxy it has very unique appearance and reminds me of summer days on the shore.

Supplies

Stick, key rings, epoxy, aluminium foil, plastic file, tape, thin rope, shells ( optional)

Step 1:

Make a form for the stand from aluminium foil. Cut plastic folder to size and fix it with tape to the aluminium shape.

Step 2:

Carve in sticks little slits for the key rings.

Step 3:

With UV resin fix in the split key ring and place it under UV lamp.

Step 4:

Put around the sticks a thin rope. As it is just for decoration you can use tape to hold the sticks together for placing them in the resin.

Step 5:

Mix the epoxy, add blue and green ink color. Pour the epoxy to the stand shape.

Step 6:

Place the sticks in the epoxy and put some support so it will hold the sticks util the epoxy is cured. I decorated my stand with little shells, but it is just an option.

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    2 Comments

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    This is cute! I love the tiny shells :)

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    MJakal
    MJakal

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you!