Woodworking

DIY Resin Ocean Tray

resin ocean tray

If you have been following along on social media, you’ll know that I’ve been obsessed with making resin ocean trays. They only take a few hours to make and are such awesome gifts! Since I’ve been sharing them, I’ve been getting tons of questions as to how I made them. So, I’m sharing my process in action on my YouTube channel!

How To Make A Resin Ocean Tray

Because this project requires a lot of minor details, I decided to solely share the tutorial on my YouTube channel!

Make sure to check out the video & subscribe to my channel!

Looking for the materials list for these resin ocean trays? Here you go!

What You’ll Need:

ocean artwork diy

Materials
MAS Table Top Epoxy
Live Edge Wood

Woodworking Tools
Miter Saw
Sander
Chisels
Cutting Board Oil

Epoxy Resin Tools
Dark Blue Fluid Acrylic Paint
Medium Blue Fluid Acrylic Paint
Light Blue Acrylic Paint
White Mixol Pigment
Epoxy Mixing Tools
Heat Gun
Propane Detail Torch

Can’t wait for you guys to get hooked on pouring oceans!

Want the full tutorial? Make sure to catch it on my YouTube channel and let me know what you think!

Want to save this project for later? Make sure to Pin It!

Hope you guys loved this project as much as I do! See you soon with another project soon!

Sam Raimondi

Sam is a full time psychologist and part time content creator from Long Island, New York.

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6 COMMENTS

  • Noah

    After see the full video, one thing just I can say – it’s awesome!

    Thanks, Sam for sharing such a nice woodworking tips and tricks continuously. Keep it up.

    • Sam
      AUTHOR

      Thank you so much!

  • Noah

    After seeing this amazing video, one thing I just can say – It’s awesome!

    Thank you Sam for sharing such a beautiful mind blowing tricks to turn a simple piece of wood into an artistic serving tray.

    • Sam
      AUTHOR

      Thank you for the love!

  • Drew

    I’ve been trying to get the whitewash down for weeks and it’s beginning to drive me mad. I don’t get the cool cells that form over time on your projects. It just dilutes into a cloudy form. I’ve tried acrylic paint and resin and I’ve even tried to mix in drops of alcohol to try to achieve these realistic waves but no dice. Have you encountered this same problem, is there something that I can do to fix it? Any help would be appreciated beyond measure!

    • Sam
      AUTHOR

      Did you get a chance to watch the video tutorial? I talk about this a bit, but I think it has to do with the pigments!

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