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Epoxied Hand With Seashells & Glass Balls

DIY jewelry holder with a concrete hand and epoxy


So for this project I decided to take a hand that I had actually done with concrete last summer and turn it into a jewelry holder. So what I did was I took my hand made of concrete and I put it all inside of a basket that I had lined with plastic so the epoxy would not stick to it but it will keep the epoxy in my basket.

So then all I did was position my hand the way I wanted it, and then I started to fill up my basket on the bottom with seashells and colored glass balls.

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And once I had everything position the way I wanted it I then mixed up my Epoxy. Then after it was mix very well I added some green and blue food coloring to it. Once I get the collar the way I wanted it I went ahead and poured my Apoxsee all through my seashells and my colored balls and around my concrete hand.

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So then I just let it dry and let it dry overnight it was by 18 hours of drying and then I checked it and it was all the way hard. So I took it out of the basket. The plastic that I had in there, I just had to pick it up out of the basket and peel it off of my epoxy project.

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I have to admit this is a very different type of project. I decided to go out on a limb and see if anybody else liked it or not. And pretty much see if I liked it or not LOL.

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This diy jewelry holder is made with a concrete hand, seashells, colored balls, and epoxy.
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But when all was said and done I decided I did like it. It’s different that’s for sure. So if you like this project and would like to see others that I have done, make sure you sign up and like this project. And feel free to leave a comment at the bottom. Good luck and happy projecting!

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I am 47 and have 3 grown daughters. And I have 1 granddaughter who I am crazy about! I am a recovering heroin addict who has now been clean for over 7 years now. Well I should say clean from needles for that amount of time. I can’t say completely clean because my Dr’s had me on methadone pills for a while when I was first released from the hospital. I then self medicated myself and went to a Dr for a while for suboxone. Which I then used to get myself off of the methadone pills. I was paralyzed as a result of using needles. My Dr’s never thought that I would walk again with the amount of infection they had to remove from my spinal cord. Yet I am now walking! Unassisted even. I do not require a cane or anything to walk now, is what I mean by unassisted. I do better with a cane but I can actually do it without it. So I have been back to school and almost have my associates degree in general studies. I was focusing on going to school to be a drug and alcohol counselor. I have changed my mind on that now and I have been focusing on doing affiliate sales and working on my website. These projects that I have been doing for the last 4-5 years is what has been literally saving my life! And keeping me off of the drugs! I am trying to bring about some awareness concerning addiction and what can happen to a person if they use needles with my website. Though I changed my mind on working as a counselor I still want to try and help others out there who are still struggling with their addictions. So I hope that you will follow me either on my blog or my Facebook pages and help support getting addicts the help that they really need. Instead of the stereotype labels they get here in America as well as the criminal label they acquire when they cannot just quit their use of drugs or alcohol.

2 comments on “Epoxied Hand With Seashells & Glass Balls

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