Add Pebbles to an Epoxy Resin Table

The idea of an epoxy resin table is something that captivates many DIY fans. Hometalker Stephen Taylor decided to use schist pebbles and a couple of wooden slabs to make this eye-catching design. He then cut some fence posts and screwed them into place as the legs. The whole thing was cleaned up before he used a thin coat of resin to finish it off. Get tutorial here

A Fun Table for the Kids

This is another clever use of epoxy resin to produce a fun, unique table. Hometalker Glen used a variety of colors to produce this stunning design for his two-year-old daughter to enjoy. He carried out the task over a couple of different pours before letting it sit for 24 hours. You can then add a further clear coat for protection if you like. Get tutorial here

A Glow in the Dark Table

In this case, the image shows a glow in the dark table made with river rocks and clear epoxy resin. Hometalker Jeremy Hoffpauir started with a piece of walnut that he turned into something special. His process for creating this piece involved seven pours, with one for each of the different layers. It was well worth the time and patience put into it. Get tutorial here

Inspired Door Knob Designs

You can also use this material for other stunning items around the home. One fantastic example comes from Hometalker Unique Creations by Anita, who designed epoxy resin doorknobs using gears and watch mechanisms. She used silicon cupcake trays and long brass bolts to get started. When bubbles started to appear, she used a crème brûlée torch to get rid of them. Get tutorial here

Convert an Old Table

Do you have an old table that needs to have new life breathed into it? If you do, then Hometalker Ron Onrust shows you how to convert it into a terrific-looking table with pebbles laid into it. He cut out a large section of the table, filling the space with pebbles and a LED strip underneath. Then he added clear epoxy resin for a brilliant finish. Get tutorial here

Get the Rustic Look

It is possible to combine the rustic farmhouse look and an epoxy resin project as well. Hometalker Jeremy Hoffpauir lists 14 steps to make this incredible wooden table that glows prettily in the dark. Among other things, he used glow powder and pigment powder to make a colorful, imaginative design that adds a point of interest to any room. Get tutorial here

A Cool Guitar Pick Table

The beauty of epoxy resin tables is that you can add just about any object that interests you. In this example, Hometalker Laci Jane DIY used a lot of guitar picks to get a unique, fascinating look. She sanded the wood before gluing the picks on. The next stage was to cover it in resin and let it dry for 48 hours. The result is a very cool table. Get tutorial here

A Stunning Glass Lamp

Clear epoxy resin can be used as a subtle way of enhancing the beauty of a DIY project. Here, we can see how Hometalker JackmanWorks created a lovely glass and concrete lamp using this material. He began with scrap glass, aluminum, and a concrete base. The resin is used both to give the concrete a shine and to hold some of the elements in place. Get tutorial here

Make Your Own Art

Get in touch with your artistic side by using epoxy resin to create something out of the ordinary. Hometalker Mark Montano made this butterfly art, which is ideal for brightening up any room in your home. He used copies of butterflies and leaves, as well as some real twigs, for this innovative project. The finished piece is very bright and attractive. Get tutorial here

Pour Resin over Fabric

This neat project involved pouring clear epoxy resin over a table with fabric on top of it. Hometalker Donna Powell was the brains behind this intriguing idea and the gorgeous table it produced. She attached the fabric to the table, then poured the resin on top. The main issue she discovered was in making sure that she got a smooth edge. Get tutorial here

Get a Smooth, Glass-Like Finish

Have a look at how Hometalker BeachBum Livin finished a lovely wooden coffee table made from an abandoned futon. He used chalk paint and epoxy resin to really turn it around. Chalk paint gave the frame a distressed look. Then he carefully poured the resin on top for a marvelously smooth finish that is sure to impress. Get tutorial here

Use Epoxy Resin with Pressed Flowers

Pressed flowers and epoxy resin can be combined to give stunning home décor trays like this. Hometalker Dawn Neumeister glued her pretty flowers to a glass plate in the first phase of the project. She let the glue dry overnight, mixed the resin, and poured it on. She reminds us how important it is to follow the resin manufacturer’s mixing instructions exactly. Get tutorial here