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Wind Catcher Making DIY Package

    Description

    Do it yourself kit to make a wind catcher. Everything you need to make a wind catcher for indoors or outdoors!

    With this set you can easily make a beautiful wind catcher that is very resistant to wind and weather. With color pigments for epoxy you can create the most unique colors and effects. Including moulds, wire and other supplies (excluding epoxy resin).
    Are you going to hang the wind catcher outside in the sun and cast it transparently (i.e. without color)? Then add a UV blocker for epoxy , so that your artwork does not yellow due to sunlight.

    Made of flexible silicone, so it is easy to use and can be reused multiple times. Cannot be put in the oven or dishwasher.

    Variant 1 = Round
    Dimensions: Final product 30-80 cm long and 12 cm wide. Depending on how big you make it.
    Number of molds: 1
    Contents of molds: 50 grams
    Extra: sturdy fishing line, 3 elongated ornaments of 7,10 and 12 cm, 12 large beads

    Variant 2 = Sun & Stars
    Dimensions: Final product 30-80 cm long and 12 cm wide. Depending on how big you make it.
    Number of molds: 6
    Content of molds in total: 90 grams
    Extra: sturdy fishing line, 15 large and 15 small beads

    Making an epoxy wind catcher "Round"


    Pour all required epoxy molds into the mold. The end result of this mold gives all shapes once. You can determine the size of your wind catcher yourself by casting more shapes.

    1. Cut 5 equal lengths of fishing line. Insert all 5 of these through the holes of the pink ring, as shown in the example. Insert the wires at the top through a large bead and then tie the 5 wires around the top open ring.
    2. Finish the whole thing per thread. In this example, the fishing line has been threaded through everything twice. This way everything can still be moved a bit, but it stays in place.
    3. In photo 3 you can see how you first thread the wire twice through the pink ring and then finish the wire. Here we opted for a bead, then an epoxy round, another bead, another round but different size, finishing with a bead.
    4. The bottom bead is finished with a button and a drop of UV Epoxy resin to ensure that the button does not sag and the bead does not slip off the fishing line.

    Making an epoxy windcatcher "Sun & Stars"



    Fill the molds with epoxy and wait until everything has hardened. Get everything ready and make sure you have pliers to squeeze the small silver balls.

    1. Cut 5 wires of equal length and thread them through the blue ring as shown in the example. There are 10 holes, but you only use 5 wires. Gather them above the ring and slide a silver ball around it and squeeze it closed. Make sure you have enough wire left to place another bead above it and attach it to a sun.
    2. The orange disc is the base for the iron bars. Place the wire for the iron rods according to the lines with number 1. From above, the wire goes through the disk, then through an iron rod and back through the orange disk. Close this at the top with a silver ball and squeeze it closed. Cut the remaining wire. Do this for all 3.
    A long wire passes through the middle hole where the ball arrives to ring against the iron bars.
    The lines of number 2 are the holes through which you add 2 pieces of fishing line to which the orange disc hangs. Close these wires together with the middle wire at the top with a silver ball and make sure there is enough wire left to thread through the bead and sun.
    3. Join the whole thing together with the wire from the blue ring and thread all this combined wire through a bead and through the hole in the sun. Close this with a silver ball and squeeze it tightly.
    In the example 8 wires are used. The top is secured with a silver ball on top of the blue ring, after which the thread is worked downwards. Use a bead with a silver ball underneath. In the example, the wire has been threaded through the silver ball twice, otherwise it would not clamp well enough. The beads are hung at different heights with a silver ball underneath each and the bottom epoxy stars and moons are also closed with a silver ball.
    4. Once the wind catcher is assembled, hang the last sun on the middle wire of the orange ring where the large bead is attached to make the iron rods ring. Hang the last sun at the bottom at a nice height and close it again with a silver ball and pinch it closed. The wind catcher is now ready for use.

    Need epoxy?

    The use of suitable epoxy is important for the end result of your Resin Art art. We recommend using Epoxy casting resin 1:1 or UltraEpoxy for these types of molds. These epoxy resins are very easy to use and suitable for larger surfaces.

    Make your Resin Art unique with these pigments

    You can give your Resin Art a unique twist with special color pigments. Achieve a full opaque color with shimmer, go for transparent pigment or pigment paste. Quickly view all color pigments especially for Resin Art.

    Wind Catcher Making DIY Package

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        Description

        Do it yourself kit to make a wind catcher. Everything you need to make a wind catcher for indoors or outdoors!

        With this set you can easily make a beautiful wind catcher that is very resistant to wind and weather. With color pigments for epoxy you can create the most unique colors and effects. Including moulds, wire and other supplies (excluding epoxy resin).
        Are you going to hang the wind catcher outside in the sun and cast it transparently (i.e. without color)? Then add a UV blocker for epoxy , so that your artwork does not yellow due to sunlight.

        Made of flexible silicone, so it is easy to use and can be reused multiple times. Cannot be put in the oven or dishwasher.

        Variant 1 = Round
        Dimensions: Final product 30-80 cm long and 12 cm wide. Depending on how big you make it.
        Number of molds: 1
        Contents of molds: 50 grams
        Extra: sturdy fishing line, 3 elongated ornaments of 7,10 and 12 cm, 12 large beads

        Variant 2 = Sun & Stars
        Dimensions: Final product 30-80 cm long and 12 cm wide. Depending on how big you make it.
        Number of molds: 6
        Content of molds in total: 90 grams
        Extra: sturdy fishing line, 15 large and 15 small beads

        Making an epoxy wind catcher "Round"


        Pour all required epoxy molds into the mold. The end result of this mold gives all shapes once. You can determine the size of your wind catcher yourself by casting more shapes.

        1. Cut 5 equal lengths of fishing line. Insert all 5 of these through the holes of the pink ring, as shown in the example. Insert the wires at the top through a large bead and then tie the 5 wires around the top open ring.
        2. Finish the whole thing per thread. In this example, the fishing line has been threaded through everything twice. This way everything can still be moved a bit, but it stays in place.
        3. In photo 3 you can see how you first thread the wire twice through the pink ring and then finish the wire. Here we opted for a bead, then an epoxy round, another bead, another round but different size, finishing with a bead.
        4. The bottom bead is finished with a button and a drop of UV Epoxy resin to ensure that the button does not sag and the bead does not slip off the fishing line.

        Making an epoxy windcatcher "Sun & Stars"



        Fill the molds with epoxy and wait until everything has hardened. Get everything ready and make sure you have pliers to squeeze the small silver balls.

        1. Cut 5 wires of equal length and thread them through the blue ring as shown in the example. There are 10 holes, but you only use 5 wires. Gather them above the ring and slide a silver ball around it and squeeze it closed. Make sure you have enough wire left to place another bead above it and attach it to a sun.
        2. The orange disc is the base for the iron bars. Place the wire for the iron rods according to the lines with number 1. From above, the wire goes through the disk, then through an iron rod and back through the orange disk. Close this at the top with a silver ball and squeeze it closed. Cut the remaining wire. Do this for all 3.
        A long wire passes through the middle hole where the ball arrives to ring against the iron bars.
        The lines of number 2 are the holes through which you add 2 pieces of fishing line to which the orange disc hangs. Close these wires together with the middle wire at the top with a silver ball and make sure there is enough wire left to thread through the bead and sun.
        3. Join the whole thing together with the wire from the blue ring and thread all this combined wire through a bead and through the hole in the sun. Close this with a silver ball and squeeze it tightly.
        In the example 8 wires are used. The top is secured with a silver ball on top of the blue ring, after which the thread is worked downwards. Use a bead with a silver ball underneath. In the example, the wire has been threaded through the silver ball twice, otherwise it would not clamp well enough. The beads are hung at different heights with a silver ball underneath each and the bottom epoxy stars and moons are also closed with a silver ball.
        4. Once the wind catcher is assembled, hang the last sun on the middle wire of the orange ring where the large bead is attached to make the iron rods ring. Hang the last sun at the bottom at a nice height and close it again with a silver ball and pinch it closed. The wind catcher is now ready for use.

        Need epoxy?

        The use of suitable epoxy is important for the end result of your Resin Art art. We recommend using Epoxy casting resin 1:1 or UltraEpoxy for these types of molds. These epoxy resins are very easy to use and suitable for larger surfaces.

        Make your Resin Art unique with these pigments

        You can give your Resin Art a unique twist with special color pigments. Achieve a full opaque color with shimmer, go for transparent pigment or pigment paste. Quickly view all color pigments especially for Resin Art.

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