We are going to pour the resin portion of the picture display next. You may want to run a bead of hot glue all the way around where your window meets the wood on the back. The will ensure that there are not any small holes for leaks when pouring. Then gather your supplies for the resin portion.
Mix the resin according to the package directions. For this project, I wanted an incomplete mix of the color to give me an appearance that looked more like water. So I actually mixed part A and part B of the resin first then dripped in a little pigment. I did a brief stir so there was still streaks in the resin. This is NOT what the directions will indicate but that is how I got a more marbled appearance. The amount of resin will completely depend on the size of your window but you only need a thin coat.
Protect the area under your window then set it so that it is level with the back side up. Begin to pour the resin onto the surface and spread to a thin coat. I stopped where the sand begins. The resin made the sand take on an appearance that I did not want so I left that area with just the Mod Podge.
I love the marbled appearance of the blue in the “water area”. The mix of blues remind me of the ocean and that is the point right?
What else could you make with resin and an old window besides beach crafts? Add in dried flowers, doilies, paper cutouts, butterflies, leaves, and so much more. Enjoy your beach picture display window anywhere in your home. You will love the way your beach pictures look in this gorgeous window.
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