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Since the resin is a thick liquid it would flow down the wall. I would form it flat on a sheet of plywood then glue/screw it to the wall. Measure the wall space twice/three times so to only cut once. Draw out a plan on paper to use as a guide.
Hi Cathy. Here are some ideas for you to consider. Best to you on your project!