Resin Cover Address Sign

I found several of these wood frames with a lip and knew they would be perfect for some Resin projects.  For this first project I decide to crate an address sign for my mom's house in Florida.  It will be able to hang outside under the awning of her porch out of the way of the elements.  

Materials Required:
  • EnviroTex Lite®
  • Ultra-Seal™
  • Wood frame, 6" x 18"
  • Decoative paper
  • Die cutting machine
  • Paint, yellow iridecents
  • Cups
  • Stir sticks
  • Craft brush
  • Paint brush
  • Lighter

Project Instructions: 

Paint the wood frame and let dry.  Die cut the numbers needed for the sign, if you do not have a die cutting machine, simple draw the numbers on the paper and cut them out.  Apply Ultra-Seal™ to the frame (where you will be placing the numbers) and back side of the numbers, adhere to the frame.

Apply 2 coats of Ultra-Seal™ over the numbers, drying in between each coat. 

Measure out equal amounts of EnviroTex Lite® resin and hardener.

Stir for 2 minutes, then, pour into a second cup and stir for another minute.

Pour resin onto the frame.

Use the lighter to remove any air bubbles that rise to the top.  Let dry 12 - 24 hours,

Now the frame is ready to hang...once I get to Florida that is:0)

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