Alcohol Ink Drinkware Resin Art | No Tumbler Needed
What you'll learn
- How to create Alcohol Ink and Resin wine glasses and coffee cups without a tumbler
- This course is for beginners, just take a look at the material list in the preview before you purchase the course
Hello Artsy Peeps and welcome to this quick DIY Class and project!
I know that resin can be a scary medium to work with when you first start, but this project is the perfect one for beginners. I hope you will join me in this fun little class where we will create some simple Alcohol Ink Wine Glasses and Coffee Cups sealed with Resin without using a tumbler.
This is a simple quick course for resin beginners. It's for those that want to try or may have worked with alcohol inks or resin before. Great for any crafter or DIY person that wants 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).
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER IN THIS COURSE:
How to tape and prepare your glass for alcohol inks and resin.
Learn to create a simple stained glass look with your project
Add Alcohol inks and mixatives for a more opaque look.
Resin Prep and how to apply for a beautiful finish
In this course, I recommend using the resin brand "Art Resin". According to the brand it has no VOC's "Volatile Organic Compounds" and it is safe to use with food once it is cured.
I am so thankful to have you here and I hope you will join me in class today!
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Safety Note: When using paints and chemicals please adhere to any and all manufacturer safety guidelines with these products. If you have specific safety questions or concerns please contact the product's manufacturer or your doctor before using.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for creatives, crafters, and artist that want to try something new
Kellie Chasse Fine Art
Kellie is a Simply Living, Debt Free, Professional Artist and instructor and from Maine. She loves to share her favorite painting projects with students from all over the world, folks just like you who may be looking for a simple easy step by step way to create with Alcohol Inks, watercolor, or resin.
With her online courses, you will learn some basic painting techniques while enjoying simple, REAL-TIME, painting steps, and some creative/playtime. Try these paintings more than once to gain confidence and gain skill. We learn by doing. So carve out some creative time each day.
Learn the quick ins and outs of painting a particular scene. Each painting class has its own techniques and with each new painting course. These courses are not academic courses, but more about the enjoyment of creating.
Kellie was born on Earth Day April 22 and her work definitely reflects a free spirit, love, and compassion for "Mother Earth". Her work can be found in national and international private collections. She has been the featured Artist at the Portland International Jetport in Maine since 2014.
You can find Kellie's website and social media links in her profile, as well as her YouTube channel for tips and mini techniques. Kellie also sells originals, prints, and cards through many venues including wholesale in her Etsy shop under the same name (Kellie Chasse Fine Art).
Kellie has been teaching since 2007 and specializes in helping folks learn by creating simple, easy, step by step, classes. She has spent many years perfecting her art and breaking down the steps for beginners and for those that are just looking for some Art Therapy or relaxation. Please join one of Kellie's Art courses today and let her guide you on your own creative journey!
Here are some recent reviews from ART STUDENTS:
★★★★★ "EASY TO FOLLOW"
I have been a Bob Ross certified instructor for 26 years and I have taught in various venues. Kelly is very clear in her instructions and she makes it easy to follow what she is doing. The class is simple enough for beginners and yet she gives the students plenty of room for creating a little on their own. The instruction on the supplies was also clear and easy to follow.