Epoxy Flow Technique Using Unicorn SPiT - DIY Art

3 Materials
20 Minutes

You can easily create beautiful abstract DIY art with this technique. This video shows the basics of doing an epoxy flow technique. Often artists will use acrylics with this technique but I prefer Unicorn SPiT. I love the depth and texture created with Unicorn SPiT.

You can find other tutorials and inspiration using Unicorn Spit on my blog. I will be launching a full step by step video tutorial on how to do an epoxy flow in the very near future...be sure to subscribe to my newsletter so you can be among the first to be notified of it's launch.
This is the finished piece created in the video
This canvas is one of my favorites using the epoxy flow with Unicorn SPiT
Here is another Epoxy Flow Canvas

Suggested materials:

  • Famowood Epoxy  (Lowes)
  • Unicorn SPiT  (https://creativetable.net/shop-my-creative-table/)
  • 18" x 24" artist canvas  (Any Craft Store)

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Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • She3479785
    on Aug 15, 2017

    Those look awesome. Did you mix the epoxy with spit or put on after? I tried acrylic flow mixing epixy and it was bubbly.

    • Maz Jackson
      Maz Jackson
      on Apr 30, 2020

      She went above it with a heat torch which brings the bubbles to the surface and pops them, you can google how to get bubbles out of resin, which is what Epoxy is..

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