Everything you need to make a beautiful translucent and elegant Daffodil (looks like stained glass ), which is deceptively robust and will not fade over time, even when placed in direct sunlight.
Suitable for all the family – all ages and genders. Easy to make these beautiful everlasting resin flowers – a permanent reminder of how you survived 2020! A resin dip art kit for you to give to your loved ones or to make for yourself.
Resin dipped art is easy and safe to use.
Suitable for all ages and all levels of craftiness!
A perfect whole family activity – from grandad to toddler (will need support) – and for all levels of experience – make memories together which will last for ever.
All contents are non toxic, are not known to cause allergies and will wash away easily from skin and clothes.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
Price includes all postage and packing.
Daffodil Kit contains:
3 x 125ml tins translucent resin - 1 Green, 1 Sunset Orange, 1 Golden Yellow.
1 x reel wire (45m),
1 x tape (22m),
1 x stamen bundle (80+),
1 x Oasis mound,
1 x green shaping stick.
Downloadable Multi Flower Instruction Booklet (access password on card in kit)
Wire snippers (Side cutters with double leaf springs and rubber grip handles for comfort and reduced fatigue when using for prolonged period - angular jaws for closer cutting. Available to purchase from ourselves).
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Kit was very comprensive. Everything i needed to get started. Links to videos and instructions provided. I soon made my first daffodil.
Response from Inion:Thanks Mandie. The daffodils are very pretty, but some people find them a bit awkward to assemble at the first go, so well done! If you have the time please send us some photos for the Gallery on our website. We would love to see them.