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Resin would defiantly help keep them fresh but probably taste worse then the stale coffee beans! I have had little experience with resin but would have been a great project to try it with. Would love to see a image of how yours came out if you would like to share.
That's a cool idea, love the hammer idea. Using OutlawKtulu's idea of using resin you could really open up the possibilities for all kinds of 'addicts'.
Good question. I did some research and they should last a very long time as a decoration, they will not be too tasty after a few weeks as they will go stale. I considered sealing them with spray lacquer but that would have been hard to get a complete coverage and decided that it will be fairly easy to remove the back should the beans need to be replaced one day.
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