How to Make a “Scrabble” Tile Pendant
How to Make a “Scrabble” Tile Pendant

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This is Julie. Today I’m going to teach you
how to make Scrabble tile pendants. Here are a few examples of some pendants
which have yet to put their bail on. You can see that there’s a wide array of choices
you have in terms of your image and graphics. A few of these use transfers others use collage images and here’s the completed one with the little
bail attached to the back. So to begin with we will have to gather supplies we here at sell these great
one-inch square wood blanks. You can tell that they’re a little bit larger
than the scrabble tile which i actually like because it gives me more room to see my design
and my embellishments. But if you have scrabble tiles on hand feel free
to use them. They work great too. You’re going to need a white glue. We are using the Nunn Design
glue but any white craft glue is going to do. You’re going to need some Mod Podge as well and a pair of scissors and that’s all you’re going to need
at this point as we prepare to get our images onto our tiles. If you using a inkjet printer just be aware that
the ink can bleed. So it’s best to use a laser printer. You can usually
go down to your neighborhood office supply store and print a sheet of images for around fifty cents a copy. That’s always
a good way to get a crisp image that won’t bleed. Once you’ve choose your image, cut it out. Now what i like to recommend is if you
have a image which is exactly the size of your scrabble
tile pendant or your wood blank go ahead and you can cut it up on the lines
that you have distinguishing the edges. Now if you have a image such as this which is a little bit larger than my tile
i do not recommend tracing it. Now I’m going to show you example
of why. If you look closely on this pendant right here you can see that what i did that I traced my
image and then I cut around the trace marks. I kept cutting a little bit closer and I cut a little
bit closer until I thought it fit my pendant and now what happened though was I cut a little too far in and now I have this little line which shows
the wood along the edges of my tile and that’s why I recommend that unless you have your computer and you’ve shrunken your image
to exactly one inch and you know it’s precise I recommend you cutting out your image a little
bit larger than what your pendant is. So you’ve cut your imagine and it’s larger than the
tile itself which is what you want at this point and then what you want to do is you want to cut a
straight edge around the top or one side. Whereever you want to line
up your pendant. So like I know I want that cats head to be in the center of my tile so I cut a straight edge along the top. Now what I’m going to do to apply my glue and you can use a craft paint brush if you
want, I actually prefer to use my fingers and find that I get a much smoother appearance and I don’t have to worry about
any of the bristles coming off and getting into my paper and wood. So I take my finger put a little
glob of glue on it and then what I’m going to do and I caught myself there
I almost put the glue on the tile I’m going to show you in a moment why you don’t want to
do that you want to go ahead and put the glue right
on your image. and go ahead and put a good amount and just smooth it out.
Make sure when you do place you tile onto this image that every corner of it is going to be covered in glue.
So I can kind of see through my image at this point and I can see that I want it where the cat’s head tail is. Okay so now I’m lining it up with that straight edge. I’m turning it over and I can kind of bend it
a little bit right now. You can see I have that placed where I want it. The beauty of white glue is that you actually
have some wiggle room. Look I can actually still move this around and then when I’m happy with the placement
I’m just going to press it into place. I flip that over. I’m going to let that dry. Okay so why didn’t I put the glue right on
the tile pendant. The reason is that because the wood
tends to absorb the glue faster than the paper and what will happen is something like this might
occur. So I put the glue onto the wood and then I put the image onto the glued
wood and part of my glue had already dried so my image
is not already secured down. If that does happen you can just go back and apply some more glue. So your images are not wasted but it is an extra step
and you do run the risk of the paper coming off of the pendant. Here I have an image which is already
dried. you can see it’s fully attached to every side. I’m just going to take a pair of scissors and cut right along the edge nice straight cut. My image is now fully adhered to my tile pendant. What I’m gonna do now is
I’m going to coat it with Mod Podge. Now I’m going to do the same thing that I did with the glue,
I’m just gonna use my fingers. Squeeze out a little bit of Mod Podge. Just gonna
take my finger and dip it into my Mod Podge and then I’m going to coat the top of the image. What I’m going to do I’m going to make sure take I coat along the edges. You want to make sure that it’s a sealed properly and I’m going to let that dry. You might be wondering why don’t we just use Mod Podge for the bottom caot
and the top coat. Why do we have to use white glue and then Mod Podge. Well we thought we could just use Mod Podge
as well and we experimented with it and what we found is the Mod Podge dries a lot quicker than the
white glue. So there wasn’t that wiggle room to position your image on the tile but it wouldn’t slide. So I really prefer to use the white glue
that way I can have a little bit more time to play with my image make and sure to get it right
where I want it and then allow it to dry. So you could technically use Mod Podge for
the base as well as the top coat but I do find is a lot easier to use a white glue for bottom
and Mod Podge for the top. Now that we’ve coated our images in a protective
layer of Mod Podge and it has dried, what we’re going to want to do is get that
really cool glass like dome appearance and there’s going two ways we could go about doing this. We can use a product such as Gel Du Soleil
which is a one part resin or we can use a product such as Ice Resin
which is a two part resin. So to begin I want to show you how to do
Gel Du Soleil and I’m going to use a small bottle here. So Gel Du
Soleil you can but in a large bottle which is great. It gives you a lot of product to
work with and it has a convenient flip top. But for making Scrabble tile pendants
I really like the applicator tip that is on the smaller bottle. This tip actually can just popped off and you can
refill this bottle. So that’s one little tip. You don’t have to do it this way but I do find
if a little bit easier. So what I’m going to do is you you are going to want to put some Gel Du Soleil in the middle of your pendant. I’m just going to put a lot of drops. Gel Du Soleil is a resin which cures in UV. UV of course comes from the sun which is
great if you’re in a sunny climate. You can go ahead and just put your pieces out on a windowsill. If you’re not in a sunny climate what you’re
going to want to do is purchased a UV lamp and that’s something that’s very similar to
what is at the nail salon where you put your manicure
under to dry. With the UV lamp the Gel Du Soleil will cure in fifteen minutes
which is really fast. It’s a lot quicker than of course the
two part resin. You notice that I’m doing my drops towards the middle. So what I’m going to do once I have quite
a few drops is I’m actually going to take my applicator tip starting from the middle push my resin to the side. I’m just going very slow. Working every angle. Now Gel Du Soleil will not cure without
UV. I lived in Seattle for quite awhile and I learned
that lesson the hard way after five days and my resin was just as liquid as when i started. The surface tension is keeping the resin in
place so it’s not spilling over to the sides but you will also want to be careful. Now what I want to do since I’m not going to put this in the sunshine I’m actually going
to put it in my UV lamp. I’m going to take a post-it Fold the post-it in half so the sticky side can back onto itself. Then what I want to do is very carefully slide the post-it under my tile use that as a little tray then going to put my tile in my UV lamp. If you rather use a two part resin instead of
Gel Du Soleil to finish off your Scrabble like tile pendants is really quite simple. You go ahead and mix a batch of two part resin part A and the hardener and you let it set up for about five minutes
to let the air bubbles escape naturally. You’re not going to pour your resin. You’re going to
load some onto your stir stick and place a dab in the middle. What you’re going to do is
you’re going to keep doing that for probably three, four times. Just keep going from the center. You don’t
want to get any on the edges at this point. After about four drops you’re going to use your stick and start pushing the resin out towards the edges. You’re going to wait about five minutes and then what
you’re going to do you’re gonna come back with a heat source such as a torch and quickly go over it to remove any air bubbles and then you’re going to let that cure for three days. It’s been a couple days and our resin has now dried so we’re ready to finish
our tile pendants. Before we chose our bail I’m going to show you a quick tip. When you’re using Gel Du Soleil this actually happened after we stopped the
cameras and I want to show you, you can see there’s a little bit of a variation in height on the Gel Du Soleil. Now what happened is when I put my piece onto my little paper tray and
I put it into the UV lamp there’s a little bit of a curve to the paper. I noticed this within just a minute or two but the UV had already started to
set up to the resin. So it actually dried a little bit uneven. So that’s a little bit troubleshooting
tip. You just want to make sure that whatever you put under your tile to put into the UV lamp
is completely flat. This is still a completely serviceable piece.
It looks great but it is just a little bit uneven. Just take note of that and be conscious of it
when using the Gel Du Soleil. I’ve pulled a selection of Aanraku pendant bails. With this finished tile pendant I have here
I’ve adhered a heart shaped one. The most common shape you can see is this
little leaf. It comes in three different sizes. I’m going to hold it in comparison to the wood tile
that we carry here at and a usual scrabble pile. So you have small, medium and large. You can just decide which one you prefer aesthetically. Here’s a medium one. You can see how that lays against the wood. I usually go with the medium size. If you
want you can do a small one or you could go for the large. Personal preference. Do keep in mind though what
you’re gonna be putting through this hoop. in terms of the size of your chain. If you’re going to put
a really thick chain you are going to want to go with one of the larger
sizes. We have a really petite chain. I’m going to be using
a ball chain here in a little bit. Then I would go with a small or medium. But it’s totally
up to you. You can also choose an Aanraku bail with
a celtic design, heart shape. There’s a whole
wealth of shapes that you can choose from. Also between silver and gold you can choose
as well. I also want to show you an earring bail. This’ll work great with one of the wood tiles
that we sell here at It’s very nice and flush. One quick note though if you are doing it with
traditional Scrabble tiles. The depth is a little bit off. You’ll want to keep that
in mind. Also note with the earring bails, the orientation
of the little hoop is gonna be different than the orientation
of the pendant. So I’m going to take one of the tile pendants that we made and I’m going to put a heart bail onto it. Really quite simple. I just have a piece
of wire to use as a applicator you can also use a toothpick and I have some E6000 glue. Just going to use my applicator spread a little bit of glue on the bail line it up so that the orientation is with the top of
the pendant and press in place. There’s a little bit of glue coming out the edges.
I just take my fingernail and scrape it away. I’m going to let that dry for at least an hour and then I’m
gonna attach my chain. Usually with scrabble tile pendants you see a ball
chain. I think it looks very nicely with them. You can purchase a pre-made ball chain which
actually has a little connector clasp attached to it. You can also purchase ball chain by the foot. I’ve purchased two feet and I’ve cut it to sixteen
inches and then you can purchase a little connecter clasp. This is a stainless steel ball chain. To attach the clasp you just put one end in that middle area pull it to the side and do the same with the other end and that creates a necklace. If you just want to string it though. I’m going to string it through
my little mermaid pendant And there you go. You have a wood Scrabble like tile
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100 thoughts on “How to Make a “Scrabble” Tile Pendant”

  1. Beadaholique says:

    Because it is a sticker, you could also potentially get finger nail imprints or scratches on the surface – resin will be much harder and more difficult to damage.
    2. You can use diamond glaze but it will not be as high shine or glass-like as resin. You also will most likely not be able to get as deep of a layer as resin or as nice of a dome shape (if you plan on doming).

  2. Beadaholique says:

    3. The small bottle of Gel du Soleil is pretty small (hence the lower price). I have never used an entire bottle just making these tiles, so I can not actually say how many you would be able to cover. It is also going to depend upon how thick of a layer you put on. In the product description, it says that it will fill 4 – 6 Patera style pendants depending on size. I think this is a good estimate as to how many tiles you could cover.

  3. Beadaholique says:

    Probably closer to the 6 if I had to guess, but it is only a guess.
    4. I have seen some resins yellow over long periods of time, especially if exposed to a lot of sunlight. Ice Resin is the resin I prefer, and I have not seen yellowing in pieces I did even 2 years ago. I have personally not seen yellowing with Gel du Soleil either. As for the stickers, I would not think that they would yellow since they are not a glue or a resin.

  4. Beadaholique says:

    Finally, with Diamond Glaze, I have heard of it yellowing over time in some cases but I have not seen this directly, only heard about it.

  5. Beadaholique says:

    You do not need a UV lamp for Ice Resin, it will cure on its own – 24 hours for a hard cure and 3 days for a full cure. I experienced a lot of bubbles too during my first forays into resin work. Don't give up! There are a lot of reasons why those bubbles could have formed. I recently wrote a blog post with tips about working with resin. If you have time, read through it. There's a link for the blog in the video description underneath this video.

  6. Beadaholique says:

    It took me many years and many mistakes to learn what is in the blog.

    I do prefer Ice Resin for several reasons. Firstly, and this is just my opinion, I really like working with a 2-part resin vs. a UV resin. This is because once you put the UV resin under the curing lamp, that's it, you are committed and if any bubbles rise up during the curing process (or dust gets in there) there is not anything you can do about it. I find a 2 part resin to be more forgiving and you have more working time.

  7. Beadaholique says:

    I also really like how Ice Resin in particular looks: the crystal clear glass like finish it gets, relatively few bubbles, and how easily it domes. Although I do sometimes have a bad pour (we all do) I feel like I can pretty much count on Ice Resin turning out the way I want it to, and for me, that is priceless.

  8. Beadaholique says:

    We sell the Nunn Design Collage Sheet "Bathing Beauties" on our website, Beadaholique . com. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video.

  9. susflores says:

    Have you used Fabric? It'd be nice to put fabric, like lace for the backside. Do you think the brail would glue to the back once the resin is dried?

  10. Beadaholique says:

    I have used fabric and lace before. Once you put the resin on it, the fabric and lace become saturated and darken quite a bit. White lace pretty much disappears under resin. It does create a unique look. The bail should glue on fine, just still use E6000.

  11. escapeartist74 says:

    Thanks for taking the time to show us how to make these pendants. I've seen them at craft shows and was always fascinated by the glass look of the resin. Neat to see it's possible to make them myself!

  12. skooterbird says:

    Excellent tutorial…thank you so much for this wonderful lesson.

  13. BC Dunn says:

    Brilliant. Thank you. Very easy to follow and great examples. Well done.

  14. KraftyKatsy says:


  15. BastEternal says:

    Hi, excellent video!

    Quick should I go about choosing what images I can use in my projects for commercial use? I've been doing a bit of research but I'm still unsure what to do. I don't want a cease and desist letter! Thanks.

  16. Beadaholique says:

    Hi! I am not equipped to give legal advice but I do know that there are a lot of copyright free images which can be purchased or found free of charge – these will often tell you that they are fine to use. In general, I would steer clear of other artists artwork (unless they are selling it and giving specific permission to be used commercially) as well as known characters or images from the movie, animation, comic book, and literary industries.

  17. Beadaholique says:

    Unless something says that it is fine to use, is copyright free, is specifically made for commercial use, or is of an age where the copyright has expired, you can probably assume that someone somewhere holds the copyright.

  18. BastEternal says:

    Thank you so much!

  19. jessthe1st says:

    Can you use the dimensional Mod Podge instead of resin?

  20. Beadaholique says:

    Resin will give you a more polished look then Dimensional Mod Podge and also a lot more "solid" appearance (hard and sleek). You probably could use Dimensional Magic and achieve a similar look but it will not be exactly the same.

  21. Theo Karkazis says:

    How to find images like these?please explain me I need it Thanks in advance 🙂

  22. Beadaholique says:

    I would not recommend using nail polish instead of Mod Podge. One is more a of a lacquer and one is a glue.

  23. Beadaholique says:

    You can get the supplies featured in this video on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video.

  24. Beadaholique says:

    You can get collage sheets on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video.

  25. Beadaholique says:

    I would suggest gluing your sticker in place before putting the resin on top. There are lots of wonderful stickers and images out there but I worry that the resin might creep under some looser stickers if they are not glue in place. Also, you want to make sure that the image has a tight bond to the setting.

  26. My Treasured Rose says:

    where did you get that celtic bail?

  27. Lisa Meek says:

    Wow…. You have really inspired me to start making some of this Jewellery….. Wonderful presentation of your work. Lisa in South Australia 🙂

  28. Beadaholique says:

    You can get the AANRAKU Glue On Celtic Pendant Bail on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video.

  29. Gabrielle Gunn says:

    This is a great video, how many layers of mod podge did you use?

  30. Gillian Whitney says:

    Can you use mod podge dimensionals instead of the resin?

  31. Beadaholique says:

    We currently don't sell Frida Kahlo collage sheets. To check out the collage sheets that we do sell, click on the link for them in the video description underneath this video.

  32. Beadaholique says:

    I recommend 3 layers of mod podge or sealant.

  33. Beadaholique says:

    I have found that mod podge dimensional does not result in the same appearance as resin. Resin has a more "clean" and "polished".

  34. Cyndi Talks says:

    Can I use scrap paper and not make copies.? I also bought some small paper at HL that's used for this section..

  35. Cyndi Talks says:

    I have glass squares too made for this purpose so you don't need a resin finish but I guess would still need resin in back of paper..

  36. Beadaholique says:

    You can use whatever paper you like 🙂 I am not quite sure what you mean when you say that you would need "resin in back of paper".

  37. Beadaholique says:

    The lamp that we are using in the video is Lisa Pavelka Magic-Gloss 9 watt UV Resin Curing Light. You can get it on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video.

  38. Beadaholique says:

    We do not carry Royal Coat decoupage finish so unfortunately I can not speak to its attributes or if it is possible to substitute something for it.

  39. loveswine2 says:

    You are a very good instructor! Really appreciate the detail you provide. One question: what type of paper do you use to print your images onto? Card stock?, regular printer paper?, etc. the paper looked thicker than regular printer paper when you were cutting the image out. Thanks for responding!!

  40. Beadaholique says:

    I do a lot of printing of images and I prefer an 80# – 100# matte white paper. Sometimes this is listed as card stock and sometimes it is not. Basically you want it to have some weight to it so that the glue and sealants can be absorbed by the paper without warping it. I never use photo paper. If you plan on using resin on top of the paper, make sure to seal it with 3 coats of Nunn Design Sealant prior to coating.

  41. Beadaholique says:

    If you are not happy with the print quality on your home printer, then you can take your images to an office store to be printed with their laser printers – the colors are sometimes more vibrant when you do this.

  42. Aaron Baker says:

    After I cure the gel du soleil under a UV light it sets, but there is a sticky layer on top, its happened everytime so far. any tips?

  43. roversmum says:

    Hi, have you ever tried using fabric instead of pictures in paper? I have some lovely old sari fabric and was thinking it would look great, but I don't know how it would go with the glue?

  44. Beadaholique says:

    A sticky layer to me sounds like it is not curing properly which is either the resin being old or it not sitting in the UV light long enough. Even though it is recommended to keep your object in the UV lamp for 15 – 20 minutes, try keeping a test piece in there for 40 minutes and see what happens.

  45. Aaron Baker says:

    I emailed Jason from beadaholique's customer support…after I talked it over with him i set the sticky pieces out in the sun for about 20-30 mins and BOOM they were all good. Thanks Y'all!

  46. Beadaholique says:

    I have tried using fabric with mixed results. The fabric absorbs the glue and the resins – which results in it darkening. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it does change the look of the piece. I am a huge fan of experimenting, so I would suggest playing around with the idea and seeing what happens.

  47. RobynHoney says:

    Aside from curing time, what are the inherent differences between UV and 2 part resin?

  48. Beadaholique says:

    I can only speak from my personal observations but I find UV resin is actually harder to work with because you loose control of it once it goes under the UV lamp. I have had several instances where a bubble appears during the curing process and I can't do anything about it. I also find the 2-part resin domes better and is better for thicker layers.

  49. sarah j says:

    this is awesome I've never seen this done before

  50. Samantha Michelle says:

    gah, I wish I had the time, patience, and tools to make these. so cute :c

  51. Poor Connection Gaming says:

    I want one of it…so cute

  52. mgm6601 says:

    whats the difference from using gel du soleil and glossy accents??? thanks for your time.

  53. Beadaholique says:

    Hi! I am sorry but I am not familiar with the product "glossy accents" so unfortunately I can not compare the two products.

  54. KuroiHato69 says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! Now I am seriously interested in trying this!!! (^_^)

  55. MICHELLEEVANS33 says:

    y do u use the mod podge if u use resin since it is also a glue, besides the glassy look?

  56. Beadaholique says:

    You can not use resin to adhere the image to the tile so you need a glue of some sort – Mod Podge, Crafter's Pick, Nunn Design Glue all work well. For the top coat, resin gives a really permanent high-shine professional look, Mod Podge would not have the same appearance.

  57. Bew Chakrn says:

    Hi! I wonder what kind of epoxy resin did you use? And what kind do you recommend for making pendants with my own images? I just bought 2-part epoxy resin that should be used for bonding materials…can I use that to make my pendants? Thank you 😀

  58. Christi Hicks says:

    I loved the tutorial. I would use glossy accents though for the domed effect.

  59. Beadaholique says:

    I personally prefer Ice Resin for making my own pendants and then I always seal my images with Nunn Design Sealant (3 coats) before pouring the resin. Ice Resin is a 2 part epoxy resin, I am not sure what type you purchased, but there are lots of brands out there and everyone has their own favorite.

  60. Poor Connection Gaming says:

    In case i don't have any resin, can i use super glue instead to coat the image?

  61. Beadaholique says:

    You can get collage artwork on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video.

  62. Beadaholique says:

    Super glue will unfortunately not give you the same look of resin. You can try a less expensive product like Diamond Glaze and that can look very pretty, but it will not give you the same look as resin.

  63. Marieville55 says:

    I but digital prints off from either Etsy or Zibbet. I would sell my pendants, as I did pay for the images. Hope this helps.

  64. DrippinDuchess says:

    Could you set the tile in a wire setting?

  65. Beadaholique says:

    Yes, you can wire wrap tile and make a wire setting.

  66. DrippinDuchess says:

    oh great thanks a lot 😀 i greatly appreciate you responding so quickly 😀 <3 once i get my items in from mail order I will definitely share some photos 😀

  67. Amanda Lee says:

    I have tried envirotex two part resin for these tiles and after fully cured they are prone to scratches and nicks I just cannot afford ice resin it's so expensive I tried lisa pavelka magic gloss and that cures alot harder but it pulls away from the edges bad and like you said once it's under the uv it's a done deal I ordered some diamond glaze before I saw this video because on other videos that's what they used I hope it works I'm trying to sell these so I need the best quality I've read through all the comments so I guess I will have to just try and see I'm also interested in trying the glossy accents I saw a comparison video of diamond glaze and glossy accents and it sounds like glossy accents is a little thicker. If you know where I could by ice resin for cheap let me know but from what I saw I just don't see it being cost effective for me or my customers :/

  68. debican01 says:

    If you use the Gel Du Sollie, how long does it need to cure under a UV light?

  69. Melissa Shell says:

    How much was ur uv light??

  70. martine angie says:

    super joli et très bien expliqué , merci

  71. Valerie Topoleski says:

    Can mod podge be used for base and top glue? I want to glue fabrics onto pendants so I'm not sure if the Nunn glue is good for a base glue.

  72. Jenn P says:

    You kind of sound like Mary Steenburgen. 🙂

  73. rohit pratap says:

    🙁 I don't have mod podge what can I do please suggest me

  74. Mandy Green says:

    it cures with the gel with UV light in 15 min and continues to harden over the next 2 hours I saw in one of your responses below 🙂  Should I wait for that 2 hour window until putting the bail on?

  75. Mandy Green says:

    Also, instead of regular paper with a laser printer, could I use magazine paper or newspaper perhaps?

  76. Beadaholique says:

    @rohit pratap – Here are the Art Glazes we sell:

  77. Adricia Doolan says:

    Hi, can this technique work with glass tiles as well?

  78. Lina Katzke says:

    I love how the scrabble pieces spell ASMR, cause your videos do have a little ASMR in them :3

  79. ArtIsMyLifeRUReady says:

    Fantastic !!! You are a Great Teacher in this video .. Very well spoken while giving directions on how to assemble the charms !!! I can't wait to make my own !! Your Awesome !! Thanks !! 🙂

  80. Roberta Hubert says:

    you can paint a border if you cut to small a thin black or white border would clean it up

  81. Maureen Stewart-Hodges says:

    Wow, that was really cool. Thank you!

  82. TaDonya Stephens Bey says:

    can you use an LED lamp to cure it.

  83. Black Beauty says:

    When using the resin can you just air dry?

  84. Raja Zarifa Raja Abidin says:

    Clear instructions and great tips! Thanks for sharing your techniques too!

  85. dandy d says:


  86. Sheri Montrose says:

    How do you re size your photos to 1.5 inch by 1.5 inch I can't seen to find out how

  87. martha isabel trujillano valderrama says:

    Estoy en Colombia.Dónde puedo conseguir los materiales para pegar las láminas para poner la resina?

  88. Esther Duhacek says:

    where did you get the wood blanks from?

  89. Nicole T says:

    Can you tell me approximately how many tile necklaces can be made with one .3 of bottle of Gel du Soleil?

  90. Luwzez 00000 says:

    Is E6000 Glue stronger than Gorilla Glue? Can I substitute Gorilla glue for this project?

  91. Kreative Pulp says:

    You are fantastic. Love you!!

  92. Kreative Pulp says:

    Can we use clear nail polish instead of resin?

  93. Special K says:

    I saw the unevenness before you placed it in the uv light

  94. فنون حرفيه says:

    افكار جديد قريبا تابعوني

  95. Donna amesmann says:

    I really enjoyed the video.
    Good clear instructions.
    Thank you for sharing.

  96. Remi G says:

    What brand UV light did you use and where can we purchase that?

  97. Debbie Carolla says:

    Can’t wait to try this

  98. Debbie Carolla says:

    Can u use varnish?

  99. Skeptic Chic says:

    You could do a family photo.

  100. Amelia Q. says:

    I see ASMR in the tiles at 3:06!

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