Make a gorgeous DIY resin wood table, using a live edge wood slab, with this easy tutorial.
This DIY epoxy resin wood table was so much easier to make than I thought it would be and I love how it turned out.
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I will be sharing a DIY Resin Wood Table with a stunning table top.
This was my first time working with resin and I will admit I was a little nervous.
Once I read the directions and saw that everything you needed, right down to the mixing cups were provided, I relaxed and had fun with it.
Here is an easy tutorial:
DIY Resin Wood Table
- Wood Slice Basswood Country Round 13.75″
- Wrought Iron Table Legs (thrift store)
- Envirotex Lite Pour-On High Gloss Finish
I followed the directions to a T, as it does state how important it is to have the exact measurements in order for the product to work properly.
As I wanted the grain of the wood to show, I sanded the wood top down a little first.
Next, I mixed equal parts resin and hardner and poured it slowly on the wood piece.
This was immediately after pouring it on. I went back in with a brush and filled in the sides as I wanted the bark covered as well.
It gave it a nice rich sheen. After about 15 minutes you will start to see air bubbles form.
You literally just breathe on it and they will disappear. It’s a pretty cool process! I left it to dry for about 5 hours.
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This table top is so smooth and gorgeous! I love how it turned out.
Next, I attached the legs to the bottom of the wood and it was done!
I absolutely love this product and have enough left over to do another project.
Wouldn’t a large console table, or coffee table be cool?
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