Glam Glitter Geode Coasters DIY ~ Craft Klatch Another Coaster Friday

I did another geode coaster experiment.  This one was specifically to create a geode look that also had more pronounced color stripes. It worked and they came out with a glam funky flair!

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You will need:
Wood pieces (if you don’t want to cut our own):
White pigment:
Purple pigment:
Magenta pigment:
Green pigment:
India ink:
Pigment powder:
White & white acrylic paint:
Glitters (white, pink, green and purple, gold):
Silly Putty:
Mod Podge:

Since I made these, there are SO MANY amazing geode silicone molds available, like these:

Here is the video tutorial:


1.  You can cut your own wood rounds, or you can buy pre-cut ones, like the one I have listed above. I painted the bottoms and sides black and the tops white.

2.  Once dry, I took the Silly Putty and created snakes and put them on the wood pieces.  I gently pressed it down to make sure it was sealed with the wood.

3.  I mixed the resin with different colors (be sure to customize them for your taste).  Resin Obsession has tons of colors to choose from!  I also mixed the middle with white pigment powder and chunky white glitter.  

4.  I first poured the colors onto the wood.  The Silly Putty worked to dam it in place.  I used a lighter to pop the bubbles.

5.  Once cured, I removed the Silly Putty and mixed more resin.  This time I mixed glitter and pigment powders and poured them into the open areas.  I popped the bubbles and allowed it to cure.

6.  Once cured, I sanded down the pieces, so they were level and the stripes could be seen.  I wiped off excess dust.

7.  I then mixed a small amount of resin and brushed it onto the pieces, popped the bubbles and let them cure.

8.  Once cured, I mixed Mod Podge and gold glitter and brushed it onto the edges and allowed them to dry.

That’s it!  Here are two other versions I tried, with very different looks:

You can find my first attempt at a resin geode coaster here at Faux Amethyst Geode Coaster DIY.

Here is my second attempt at How To Make Resin Geode Coasters.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Remember:  Life’s too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™  Stay safe!


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