I’m all about using things I already have laying around my shop (since, I’m basically a lumber hoarder). So, when I had some off-cuts available to use from my DIY resin and wood key holder, I knew I wanted to save them for a coaster project. Even cooler, I had some deep pour epoxy leftover as well and made good use of that too! This is a project that has been on my list for a while, and I’m so excited to share it with you!
If I had a dollar for every time I asked my fiance if he knew where my keys were, I’d probably have at minimum, a $50 bill in my pocket. But, in all honesty, I’m so bored of traditional key holders. So, I decided to try something new and create a magnetic one from epoxy resin and wood! Even better, I partnered with my incredible friends at DAP Products to help make this project come to life!
As a woodworker and a maker, one of the projects I have had on my bucket list for a while has been a resin and wood end table. I have spent months scouring lumber yards and the internet for the perfect piece in need of TLC. And, well, when you wish and try hard enough dreams do come true. I am beyond excited to have been able to partner with my amazing friends at Bernzomatic to finally create the one of a kind resin table I’ve been imagining up in my head! I’ll show you how surprisingly easy it is to fill voids in wood with resin and create awesome art work in just a few easy steps!