Easy Epoxy Flow Tutorial Resin Art 6 comments

Easy Epoxy Flow Tutorial for Resin Art

Are you looking for an easy epoxy flow tutorial so that you can make your own resin art? Well, I certainly hope you have found it with this video.  I, too, am always looking for easy to follow tutorials, so I set my goal to create this easy epoxy flow tutorial for you.

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Check out how to create resin art with an easy epoxy flow tutorial.

Epoxy flow resin art is so beautiful and so much fun to do. What I love the most with this type of resin art is every piece of artwork will be completely unique.  The other thing I love is that you don’t have to have an art degree or years of training to create a gorgeous masterpiece. Really the only down sides are that it is a little pricey since the epoxy is not cheap and it is messy so make sure you protect your surroundings really well.

This project began by giving back to the community…

In the below video I will show you how I do an epoxy flow on 2 recycled cabinet doors. I found these unused flat panel wood doors at my local Habitat For Humanity store. In this video tutorial I am only using 2 colors for my flow but you can use as many as you want.  At the end of this post is another video using more colors or you can click here to see the full post I did.

I hope you will find this video easy to follow. But if you have any questions please feel free to either use the contact form or comment section below.  Although I urge your feedback (so that I can improve) but please be constructive and nice…I do not claim to be a video producer nor an actress…just someone that wants to share my art in hopes to inspire others to create.

I do feel like I should also mention that I (of course) use Unicorn SPiT in these videos. If you want more information about Unicorn SPiT you should read this post. If you are interested in purchasing Unicorn SPiT please check out my shop here.


Check out this epoxy flow video on canvas using lots of colors:


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6 thoughts on “Easy Epoxy Flow Tutorial Resin Art

  • Elizabeth Peace

    I really enjoyed your tutorial on epoxy flow resin art. The cabinet doors are beautiful. I’m still new to US and most of my experience is on canvas. You explained this process so well that I think I’m ready to try it. I finish my canvas art with epoxy for that glassy look, and the vibrancy of colors. None of my projects have been without bubbles or dimples. I’ve used two different brands of epoxy with same results. I bought a heat gun – same problem. Then I bought a propane torch, only to be disappointed once again. You and others make it look so easy………. what am I doing wrong? I go exactly by instructions on the epoxy. I seem to get most of bubbles out but when I got back to look at in 10 – 15 minutes later it has new bubbles. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

    • karenneill Post author

      Thank you so much! There are a couple of things I can suggest. Make sure when you are stirring you are stirring gently rather than vigorously…I use a folding method so that I am drawing the bottom of the mixture to the top. You will also need to pop bubbles with your heat source about every 15 minutes or so until there are no more bubbles popping up. Now, with those suggestions being said I have also discovered that using Unicorn Spit as your colorant it doesn’t always blend into the epoxy all the way. When I do canvas’ I get a lot of crevasses but truthfully I really like how it looks on canvas. But if you need a smooth surface then I would suggest doing a final pour that is clear. I hope this helps but let me know if you have more questions.

  • Leslie

    I think the seahorse cabinet doors are beautiful. I do have a question though how did you keep the epoxy from going on the outer edges, you said you used the blue thunder but not sure if you have tape there on the edge to keep it on the top piece in place?