Take an equal ratio of Resin and Hardener in a dry cup. Pour Resin on the Hardener carefully. Make sure that there are no leftovers in the cup. Stir the mixture completely by using a Popsicle stick. Mix it until the lines appear and it turns a little cloudy. You can see what happens with chemicals in it. Do not leave any grooves in the bottom, scrape it thoroughly for a while until it looks pretty clear and transparent. It heats up, degasses and the bubbles pop. If needed, add some attractive colors and glitter to it, stir it wholly. Leave the mixture for a minute. Pour the mixture into a mold (any shapes and size of the mold you can use) you can also write on it with a CD marker and add a dry flower or tiny things on it to embellish it. Let it cure for 72 hours at room temperature in a dry place.
Whether you believe it or not, I was a trainee with resin. So I am sure you figure that out before now, but I tell you this, because when I was started with resin, I did make some mistakes. At the time my teacher had stressed some important kit about resin to help stay away from those problems.
Okay, beginners, I am trying to construct for how I was taught and do not want you to practice the stimulation of your first resin castings turn into distress and annoyance when