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How to Make Glitter Resin Pen Holder DIY w/ Cup Turner

How to Make Glitter Resin Pen Holder DIY with Cup Turner! Make a great statement piece for your desk, counter, or home decor with this ombre glitter resin pen holders DIY. This glitter pen holder is beautiful and easy to make! Learn how to make a gorgeous Resin Glitter Tumbler pencil holder with ETI Envirotex Lite and sparkly glitter--here's the full details! Originally posted on Resin Crafts Blog It’s very simple to apply resin to a flat surface. Don’t be scared away by the shape of this project, once you try it, you’ll be hooked!  This resin glitter tumbler craft is so much fun and can be used in many other applications and new products. This technique is great for embellished drink tumblers, water bottles, pencil cup, vases, planter pots, cosmetic products storage, a dry makeup brush cleaner container, resin decor and more! Plus the resin is food grade resin when mixed and cured properly! Be sure to wear gloves, work in a ventilated area and work in a well ventilated area or wea

DIY Upcycle Nightstands into Desk with Chalk Paint

DIY Upcycle Nightstands into Desk with Chalk Paint! Learn how quick and easy it is to upcycle, update or refinish old furniture! See how amazing this DIY project turned out by transforming nightstands or small dresser drawers into a desk! With chalk paint and a few supplies, this chic set up can be recreated in less than 4 hours! Trash-To-Treasure Curbside Rescue Story: I work out with a friend MWF every week at 5:30 am. One morning I got all ready to go, shoes on and heading out the door...and realized I was 5 minutes early...meaning I was going to show up at her house 5 minutes early and most likely she wouldn't be ready yet. Honestly, I felt God tell me, "Just go now, trust me." I began my quarter mile walk down the sidewalk. Just 5 houses away from mine, I saw a bunch of stuff piled on their curb. I used my headlamp to see (it was pretty dark still) and saw these 2 nightstand drawer things. I was elated! I grabbed one and carried it back to my house, placing it on my