DIY Design Wine Glasses & Coffee Cups | Alcohol Ink/Sealed with Resin No Tumbler Needed! | Kellie Chasse | Skillshare

DIY Design Wine Glasses & Coffee Cups | Alcohol Ink/Sealed with Resin No Tumbler Needed!

Kellie Chasse, Artist/Instructor ✅ 15+ Years

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7 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Alcohol Ink wine glasses and coffee mugs sealed with resin

    • 2. Wine Glass Alcohol Ink and Resin Supplies

    • 3. Let's begin taping our glasses then adding Alcohol ink

    • 4. Adding the a coat of resin

    • 5. Pulling of the tape

    • 6. Wine Glass Project time

    • 7. Bonus: Coffee Cups


About This Class


Hello my Artsy Peeps and welcome to this quick DIY Class and project!

I hope you will join me in this fun little class where we will create some simple Alcohol Ink Wine Glasses sealed with Resin without using a tumbler.  Resin can be a scary medium to work with when you first start, but this project is the perfect one for beginners. Once you see how easy it will be grabbing items to try!

This is a simple quick course for resin beginners. It's for those that want to try resin for the first time,  or may have worked with alcohol inks or resin before. It's a great course for any crafter or DIY person that is ready to try a fun project. And it's a fantastic way to create multiple glasses for gifts and more! 

*Please note: Wait at least 72 hours for the resin to completely cure before using. It is recommended that these are hand washed and not placed in the microwave. Coffee mugs only use warm coffee and tea (less than 120F/ 50C).  (Art Resin Safety Data Sheets)


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I am so thankful to have you here and I hope you will join me in class today and let's get started! 


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