Seal Your Envelopes with Color Pour Resin Flowers by Soraya Maes

Hello crafty friends! I’m so excited to share with you a new project using the amazing Color Pour Resin line to make your own envelope seals. Send beautiful letters to your family and friends adding a fun DIY touch!

To create those beautiful flowers you will need: UV resin hard, opaque DYE “snow” (white) and “holly” (red), gold glitter, UV lamp, flower mold, a little cup, and a stick. I recommend you place a silicone mat to protect your surface.

So first of all, open the windows and make your room is airy while using resin. Pour an amount of UV Resin Hard in the cup (according to the size of your mold) and add a drop of “holly” pigment then two drops of “snow”. Mixing red and white to get a pretty pink. Play with the colors to get the intensity you want. Mix well and put aside a few seconds.

Create the center of the flower first, pouring a very small amount of resin in the middle of the cold, then pour some gold glitter on it. Cure under the UV lamp a few minutes.

Use adhesive tape to remove all the gold glitter around, so efficient! Now pour the pink resin in the mold and make sure it goes in every intricate corner. Cure under the UV lamp for about 3 minutes. See if the resin has hardened and repeat the process if it’s not enough.

You can now decorate your envelopes and letters with those beautiful resin flower seals! How fun and easy!

I love how every flower is unique and adds texture to the envelopes! I hope you had fun joining me with this new project, happy creating everyone!

Products: Color Pour Resin: UV Lamp (34001000), UV Resin Hard (34000996), Flower Mold (34001596), Pigments (34002279), Gold Glitter (34002272), We R Memory Keepers Silicone Mat, “Marigold” collection by Maggie Holmes for American Crafts