Garbage (or another man’s treasure)

It’s been awhile since I’ve written. I’ve been incredibly busy, and I haven’t had that much time to hobby lately. I have been experimenting with all the little treasures (otherwise known as garbage).

This week’s craft brought to you by Elmer’s Clear Glue. (Not really, we don’t have any sponsorship, and I’m not writing for money, but for fun).

I saw somewhere on YouTube people using resin to make chemical vats. I’ve never played with resin yet, but I did see a few people using glue for various water effects.

This one is easy, and hard at the same time. The first time I tried it, I filled the vat up almost to the top with glue. Bad idea. This stuff would not cure at all.

So I’ve taken to using it in small layers, and that is working out better.

The other bonus is that if you leave it out long enough, flies will be attracted to it, and you get your dead creatures to really sell the deadly vats.

2 responses to “Garbage (or another man’s treasure)”

    • I tinted with Apple Barrel paints. I was wondering if that might have messed with the chemistry of the glue.

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