This video shows the process I use to make large geode resin wall art.

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Large Resin Geode Wall Art

 One of the first people I watched do a resin geode piece was Mrs. Colorberry. She is incredibly talented and I am proud to have worked my way up to make pieces like this. I started small, as you can see on my channel, but this size geode challenged me. I am very happy with the results. The piece is done on MDF board, I cut with a jigsaw. Here are the products used in this piece:

Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint:

Pearl Ex Pigments: this is the kit I have and I love it: ( this is the kit I own. it’s great!)

silicone oil:

Heat gun:… (this is the best heat gun for resin crafts)

Silicone Paint Brushes:

Dr. Ph Martin’s India Ink:…

Alcohol Inks:…

Wood Canvas:

(I use MDF board, but birch wood will work just as well. You can buy MDF board at Home Depot or Lowe’s and they are usually happy to cut it to whichever size you prefer.)

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Here are some other products I use frequently in my art:

Wax Paper:

Silicone Coaster Molds:…

Sculpey Premo Polymer Clay in Graphite:…


White pipe cleaners:…

Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint:

Envirotex Lite Epoxy Resin:

Pearl Ex Pigments: this is the kit I have and I love it: ( this is the kit I own. it’s great!)

Food Coloring:

Stretched 18×24 inch canvas:…

Silicone Flower Molds:

Silicone Heart Molds:

Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder:

Lower quality, but affordable:

High Quality, but pricey:

Plastic Paper Protectors:

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6 Responses

  1. Hello there! Thanks for dropping this wonderful piece of work. I’ve gone through the YouTube video and I must say you did a really good job. The geode is not an easy job to recreate so you did an absolutely perfect job. I’m going to subscribe to your YouTube channel now because I want to see more of your works. For now, I’m going to shop for the equipments I need and try recreating one myself. I’ll definitely come back with feedback, thanks a lot. 

    1. Yay! I always love when I gain a subscriber who appreciates my process. I can’t wait until you get some equipment of your own!! I have linked to quite a few of the mediums I use on both the blog and YouTube video descriptions.  Let me know if you have any questions or need any suggestions! 

  2. Wow,

    I love art work, it is a show in ingenuity. Find a genuine creative mind is not easy, same way I see writing. Many copy other people’s work. But when it comes to art, your creativity must come out. I love the mdf board and it’s easy to use collections. Thank you for sharing. I have subscribed to follow your work

  3. This is beautiful art. Such a lovely piece you made there. It will completely change the outlook of any wall you hang it. Im sure it will be even more amazing to see it in the live. Its so amazing that you use so many inks, paints and resins. I would love to watch you work. I will subscribe to your Youtube. Thanks

    1. Thanks energy! I wish it was possible to accurately portray the colors and sparkle of this piece over photo or video.  Unfortunately, it’s a challenge.  I do believe the more mediums used, the more interesting effects that are produced in the final piece. Thanks for your subscription and I hope you and your daughter get a chance to do a resin project together! Here is a simple one you could start with: 

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