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Floral Resin Clock

Keep track of time with a handcrafted, floral clock made with Mod Podge Resin! Use real flowers preserved in resin as the main numbers on your clock. This easy DIY will add beauty and charm to any space.

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At a Glance:

Project #15830 Skill Level: Advanced

Plaid Supplies

Mod Podge ® Resin - 8 oz. - 25263

Number Needed: 1 $19.99
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Other Supplies

  • Respirator
  • Torch
  • Gloves
  • Disposable cups
  • Craft sticks
  • Wooden clock
  • Dried flowers
  • Painters tape


  1. Mix Mod Podge Resin as recommended below.
  2. Tape off the edge around the underside of the clock using painters tape.
  3. On a protected workspace, prop the clock up on 3 overturned cups. This will allow excess resin to run off of the clock instead of pooling around it.
  4. Pour a small amount of resin onto the surface of the clock and spread it evenly with a craft stick.
  5. Place dried flowers where desired and allow the resin to sit for 20 minutes.
  6. After 20 minutes, mix more resin and cover the entire clock in a generous amount of Mod Podge Resin.
  7. Allow the Mod Podge Resin to cure fully as outlined below.

Related FAQs

Can a Mod Podge Resin project be decorated with paint?
Can I apply Mod Podge Resin in layers, and how long should I wait between applying each layer?
Can I use a mold when working with Mod Podge Resin? And what types of molds work best?
How can I thin out the resin mixture?
How do I mix Mod Podge Resin?

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Mod Podge Resin Info Sheet

Mod Podge Resin Info Sheet

Download this PDF document to learn more about Mod Podge Resin.

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Related FAQs

Once Mod Podge Resin has been completely cured, it can be decorated or embellished with paint, markers, ink, and more. Once decorated, it is recommended that the surface be protected by pouring a thin top coat of clear Mod Podge Resin over the decorated surface.
Yes, Mod Podge Resin can be applied to a surface in layers. The second layer can be applied once the first layer has set. This could be one to two hours, depending upon the humidity level and temperature in the room.
Mod Podge Resin works best with all types of molds. Some molds like a silicone mold will not require a mold release agent, while other types of molds made of plastic polypropylene or polyethylene sheet plastic will require a mold release agent

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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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