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Green Cutting Board

Add a little green to your kitchen space with this marbled green cutting board DIY. Use Mod Podge Resin and Mod Podge Alcohol Inks to give your board flowing color and dimension.

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At a Glance:

Project #15896 Skill Level: Advanced
supplies

Plaid Supplies

Mod Podge ® Resin - 8 oz. - 25263

Number Needed: 1 $19.99
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Mod Podge ® Alcohol Ink Set - Metallics, 2 pc. - 25291

Number Needed: 1 $7.99 $4.79
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FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Thicket, 2 oz. - 924

Number Needed: 1 $1.69
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FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Turquoise, 2 oz. - 961

Number Needed: 1 $1.69
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Other Supplies

  • Respirator
  • Gloves
  • Cups
  • Torch
  • Cutting Board
  • Painters Tape
  • Craft Stick

instructions

  1. Mix resin according to instructions on packaging.
  2. Mix resin with paint in individual cups.
  3. Tape off the bottom of cutting board along the edges.
  4. Pour each color in the order shown in photo.  Move colors around.
  5. Use the torch to remove any bubbles.
  6. Allow 24 hour to harden.

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?
resources

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Getting Started with 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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Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

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