BUY vs DIY - Recreating Stained Glass with RESIN? 

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Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
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Fin 3 yıl önce
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
@Fin Had to be a part of it! Such an amazing idea and we wanna help!
imissmumbo 3 yıl önce
I wish I could donate, but my parents won’t me! >:C
StephanieOliver 3 yıl önce
I don’t want to be the one that has to count those trees 🌳
Michael Sheen videos
I donated when I saw it on Bob I Like to Make Stuff's channel! I love how many videos have it right now!
hxney pea
hxney pea 3 yıl önce
The one you guys made looks like it belongs in like a kindergarten classroom and it makes me feel happy 😂
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Haha it totally looks like a kids version!
Autumn 3 yıl önce
It's definitely safer to have around kids lol
piklani's live
piklani's live 3 yıl önce
Its so comfusing that Kindergarten is the same in German and english
Hi I'm Tired
Hi I'm Tired 3 yıl önce
Likeits Oreos it’s more opaque and pretty, the Etsy one is more simplistic
Jennifer Mainprize
Jennifer Mainprize 3 yıl önce
Your mean
Catroverted Aylar önce
And 3 years later, Katelyn finally got her dream stained glass art; a cat.
Wendy H
Wendy H 3 yıl önce
I love resin, but I have worked with stained glass...and let me tell you, stained glass takes a LOT of skill. You guys did awesome, but knowing what went into Debbie’s artwork, I’m afraid I have to go with the real stained glass ❤️
MissCaraMint 6 aylar önce
There is also a feel to real glass that resin can’t quite recreate.
Wendy H
Wendy H 6 aylar önce
@MissCaraMint yes! Very true. I find it hard to explain to people who haven’t worked with glass, but there is a completely different feel to it, isn’t there?! (It’s not just the weight of it either, although that is definitely part of it). I still work with both, but the supplies for stained glass have gotten a little more difficult to get in my area, so I’ve had to stick mostly with resin the past year or so as that’s much easier to find right now - hopefully the supply issues will improve in time. 🙂
MissCaraMint 6 aylar önce
@Wendy H It's something about the smoothness and how it can be so cold to the touch. I haven't worked much with glass, but I am very interested by gemstones, and many of my favorite ones have a similar feel to them as glass. Like hardened silk I often think. I wish I could work with stained glass, the most I've ever done is glass beads.
Clara Brandão
Clara Brandão 2 yıl önce
I love how the point of the series is to out-do the bought version but you guys at all times stan Debbie and honestly we all stan Debbie too
R Hobbs
R Hobbs 2 yıl önce
I don’t, a hundred bucks? Jog on
BeautifulSerenity18 2 yıl önce
@R Hobbs Look, artists spent a lot of time on their art. Have you seen the amount of tools Evan and Katelyn have? How much they cost? There is a reason why Debbie must have put the price that high. Don't think artists aren't people too. You should know by now watching these videos. Also, no one is forcing you to buy her work, but don't dismiss someone's hard work like that. Creativity doesn't come easy. Lastly, I'm not an artist at all and I can't even draw, but recently I came to the realisation that artist are people who need to feed themselves, if I can't afford to buy then I shouldn't and just mind my own business instead of blaming their need to feed themselves and how expensive their tools are.
Zaria Yıl önce
@R Hobbs honestly I think that is a fair price considering it’s colored glass and real metal.
Christie Marie
Christie Marie Yıl önce
@R Hobbs its a super fair price also like if your upset with the cost try making it then , bet you wont be
Iris x
Iris x Yıl önce
Totally! Always respect other makers and craftsman
daily8150 3 yıl önce
Time passes in your videos really differently I didn't even realise that I had watched a half hour video. Thank you for the entertainment.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thanks you!
Sam Smith
Sam Smith 2 yıl önce
Wait 😳 I just now realized this video is a half hour
NFislife 2 yıl önce
Error 404 same
Vanessa V.
Vanessa V. 2 yıl önce
Woah That was mind blowing 😂
Katia The Cake-Loving Cat
This video was HOW long??
toes 3 yıl önce
evan is literally the human version of a golden retriever hes so precious oml
NFislife 2 yıl önce
Yes we should relate every one to dog breeds😂👍🏻
Charles Lebowski
Charles Lebowski 2 yıl önce
katelyn is a husky
Androneon 2 yıl önce
Supervisor is a...cat
a.n 2 yıl önce
@NFislife can I be a pomeranian
Mr.Mischief Iknowyourpassword
Don't buy golden retrievers, they are a scam. I had mine for a month and he just brought me some grail, he didn't even bring me any gold. What a load of bull. :/
Savanna Westfall
Savanna Westfall 3 yıl önce
Evan and Katelyn : "It looks so good" *Drops it*
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Taylor Dobbie
Taylor Dobbie 3 yıl önce
Gai 3 yıl önce
Taylor Dobbie 8:23
Taylor Dobbie
Taylor Dobbie 3 yıl önce
Limbo _ thanks
Origami Kira
Origami Kira 3 yıl önce
hey...no spoilers :P
Debra Westbrook
Debra Westbrook 2 yıl önce
My jaw dropped when you guys revealed your finished version for the first time. Then it dropped again when you revealed Debbie's original. Awesome all around the board!
gracelessdoodles 3 yıl önce
Evan: “Maybe I can sand off the hot glue” Me, someone who has made that mistake: “oh no”
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
mikaela rhodes
mikaela rhodes 3 yıl önce
What happened?
كل شي بالعالم
@mikaela rhodes guess we'll never know
mikaela rhodes
mikaela rhodes 3 yıl önce
@كل شي بالعالم Sad
Bo bo
Bo bo 3 yıl önce
You can sand it off it just takes a lot to do and your sand paper gets very clogged very fast
Steddyeddie 3 yıl önce
I love this vid i make glass myself and im glad you can understand the work that goes into it vs the resin way. dont get me wrong i like resin but you cant beat Glass. Also Debbie's piece is great but she should have reinforced it for posting as it was the lead that bent. New sub here. Thanks
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Haha yeah the glass is the real deal, but this was a fun homage to test a technique we'd been wanting to try! 😁 Thanks!
David Doss
David Doss 3 yıl önce
i really like this buy vs diy series, hope to see more in the future.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thanks! More on the way, and we do have another here: trvid.com/video/video-Ys8WnnFDBWM.html
42RosyRosie 2 yıl önce
I love those “oh, DUH!” moments where you find a waaayyy simpler way to do something (the blue painters tape! 😆) Your final result is so cool!
fumetsushinju 3 yıl önce
I love how each resin video features different materials and techniques for the mold. It's so liberating to not rely on pre-made silicone molds for resin projects! Keep up the great work :)
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thank you!
Skulkx 3 yıl önce
FYI: Hotglue loses its stickyness nearly immediately, when in contact with some drops of isopropyl alcohol!
Jerry Whidby
Jerry Whidby 3 yıl önce
And that's what alcohol ink is made of. Which they used as a colorant. I wonder if that small amount would have an effect on the glue?
Skulkx 3 yıl önce
@Jerry Whidby Are you really sure that alcoholink contains ipa? Because ipa can have some nasty sideffects. Its really easyly absorbed through the skin. This would be odd to have it in pens & jars without the proper warning symbols.
Rhetro B
Rhetro B 3 yıl önce
Skulkx alcohol ink contains about 20% IPA according to D&L Art Glass Supply, it does warn that this is a skin and eye irritant and to wash well if it gets on you though.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thanks so much for the tip!
Skulkx 3 yıl önce
@Evan and Katelyn You are very welcome :-)
Irene 3 yıl önce
I love your guys’ take on the piece! it looks like such a fun and pretty project and puts such a personal touch on decor. I definitely like the look of the wood with the resin. When it comes to which one is better, I think it really depends on your price range though. Either way, the craftsmanship of debbie’s piece absolutely looks worth the money! and I’m glad your video gave her shop the credit so even more people could find her beautiful work.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thank you! ❤️
ourabouras 2 yıl önce
I think both the Buy and DIY came out wonderfully, but it was super satisfying looking at Evan’s shirt through the stained glass where the resin was too muddled, so I would have to give the win to the stained glass as well😁
Crystal Corbin
Crystal Corbin 2 yıl önce
For your base you should use a silicone mat. It'll be way easier to remove from your projects. Any leakage can be sanded away and if you sanded the resin all you have to do is just put a thin layer of course and it'll shine right back up. Just giving some advice from my oopsies. ❤️😸
Sapioit 8 aylar önce
I think that if you used a saw (even a circular saw or jigsaw turned into a table saw) to cut the wood much thinner and then maybe half the width, you would likely have gotten a fancier-looking result. Also, you could have coated the other side in resin and pressed it onto the same flat surface, then coated the rest of the wood with resin, to completely seal it, which would have improved it's durability, and it would also give you the opportunity of painting the outer rim which faces to the sides, in a different color than the rest of the wood. Not only that, but using resin means that you can do gradients (by angling the taped-down mold before letting the pour cure), and images inside the glass (which can be made with colored resin or something else). With a bit of work, and proper resin-safety precautions (seriously, you need gas masks and a very well ventilated area), this could turn into a great product line, especially if you add a few more shapes and customization options. For example, you could make a stained window out of resin without wooden borders, using colored resin instead, optionally mixing into the resin the sawdust from when you cut the outer rim for the product. Also, please make a video with a full-sized thin-layer window overlay, which you can tape to your window(s) to have an image or pretty colors projected inside the house. A thinner layer would need a lot more color, to not be too thin and unnoticeable, but it would also lower the costs of the resin. You might need to use hard plastic when delivering the products, to avoid having them bent or broken during transport. Examples of things you could insert into the resin itself are: vegetation (plants, flowers, branches, etc.), jewelry (ideally cheap plastic, glass, or metal ones), stickers, multi-stage sticker-like resin pours which you then cut very thinly, sparkle dust/powder/confetti, random used every-day objects (i.e. cat hair, used matches arranged like a forest for half-burned trees, plastic straws cut into strips, expired prescription pills with a bit of resin paint to make them more interesting, cheap/expired makeup powder, used nails/screws, and used coffee grounds (if you drink ground coffee instead of instant coffee) or tea grounds (after you're done extracting all the tea out of them).
M Flore
M Flore 3 yıl önce
“Thank you Evan for doing that while I edited” “The most tedious part is editing so thank you editing!” Everyone else go home. Evan and Katelyn are *The Dream Team*™️
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Kai 3 yıl önce
@Evan and Katelyn yassssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
Trevor Carter
Trevor Carter 3 yıl önce
pvic 3 yıl önce
and this is why they work so well together. liking different things, and most importantly thanking and appreciating each other
🔍Random Astronaut🔎
*ⁿ⁰* *This* *Is* *To* *Purrrrrfect*
7celo 3 yıl önce
Stumbled upon this video and it took me less than 5 minutes to like and subscribe. I am COMPLETELY in love with both of you! I mean I love crafts and all, but both of you have such a great personality and it’s just so fun watching! And the editing and all. Can’t wait to binge all your videos now
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thank you so much! Means a lot! 😸
ragudooru 3 yıl önce
I said it once and I'll say it again. You two are the cutest, most smile-inducing couple I've ever had the pleasure to watch during your wacky, crafty adventures. Such a wonderful way to unwind after a long day, forget about troubles by watching you two. Continue being you ❤️
Lieza Sims
Lieza Sims 3 yıl önce
It reminds me of the little painting "stained glass" plastic toys you would get at the dollar store as a kid (in a good way)
꽃잎하나 2 yıl önce
I feel like if it were made with thinner wood and stained a bit darker shade, it would look much more ‘artist made’ I was genuinely so surprised with the rainbow comparison!!
Jamison Embrey
Jamison Embrey Yıl önce
Commenting on an old video, but I enjoy seeing the difference in Katelyn's editing skills as the years have gone by. She has improved so much and these videos aren't even bad at all, they are still so amazing. I'm so happy to see what they've done and how they'll improved over the years.
Petulant Petrichor
Petulant Petrichor 3 yıl önce
Galaxy resin stained glass Supurrvisor: paint the frame black and and then galaxy it up.
Truba&Medo 3 yıl önce
Love it! You can also use pvc binding covers at the bottom of your work with resin. It doesn't stick to resin but it's flexible so you can easily remove your product and it gives a nice shine to it 😉
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Ah cool! Thanks!
StarMelody 2 yıl önce
I love watching videos where people try to replicate stained glass in alternative methods. My grandmother makes stained glass, so I’m intimately familiar with the process and methods. I think your method works pretty well for replicating simple geometric designs, although the wood dowels wouldn’t really work for some complex designs. In that case your suggestion of laser cutting could work, provided you have access to one.
AbusiveExclusive Yıl önce
Never underestimate pride in your own work and how that adds value to the DIY item for you personally.
toes 3 yıl önce
watching these lil beans making their lil nbc logo is so damn wholesome idk a thing about tools and being handy but i could watch this all day
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Haha, thank you ❤️
Pol Doll
Pol Doll 3 yıl önce
I definitely prefer your rendition. There is no comparing DIY to store brought in my opinion. Making something yourself feels so much more wholesome, and I think you appreciate it more because of the time you put into it. Love your channel 👍
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thank you!
Tj Solsberry
Tj Solsberry 3 yıl önce
I was thinking next time making another wooden frame, use the frame to create a silicone mold to have a pour-in version with a metallic resin, and then fill the empty spaces with colors (or galaxy) of your choosing! Then create to your hearts desire. Best of luck!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
That's a cool idea!
Jubilee 3 yıl önce
yeah,a lot of work, but awesome
L'nae Luza
L'nae Luza Yıl önce
And now, I want to see you make that out of candies. Each panel it’s own flavor. Bound with clear vanilla. Yum!
Tom R
Tom R 3 yıl önce
A heads up, there is a special sticky paper you can use to stick smaller items like this to to stop the leaking. It’s commonly used in jewellery making
Craft Escape
Craft Escape 6 aylar önce
It's 3 years later and I LOVE this project. I would be interested to know how the alcohol ink has done over time? And also really curious how the resin might do in direct sunlight over time? Did y'all know there's a brand of resin designed specifically to mimic stained glass or gemstones? No additional colorants needed! I made projects and paintings with it 20 years ago and I'm super excited to get back into resin crafting with all the new techniques that have come out since then. There's another faux stained-glass product that Evan might be thinking of when he said yours "looks more old-school" too. "Gallery Glass" paint has been around for a long time too. With Gallery Glass, they even have specific black or silver paint to mimic the metal lead lines of stained glass. It's fun to use, but doesn't come out nearly as beautiful or "realistic" looking as yours did. I absolutely love the end result of your project! Happy crafting, y'all!
@13:00 that final shot of just the clear resin looked so satisfying already... so pretty and clean!!!
Shalladal 3 yıl önce
I prefer the one they made. The wood gives it a nice earthy vibe and the how the light is fuzzy when it goes through is very pleasing.
KittenPanda 3 yıl önce
“A stained glass and metal project with no glass or metal” -Kaitlin 2019 Me: That makes sense! And definitely follows logic Also me: *love you guysssss*
Mauve Picard
Mauve Picard 3 yıl önce
Phesbix 3 yıl önce
NotOnLand 4 aylar önce
You guys should definitely try actual stained glass! It's really fun and super easy, the only barrier to entry is buying all the specialty tools and materials. I was lucky enough to do it in college with all the stuff supplied, and I wish I had done more in that time
Fish 2 yıl önce
I discovered your channel today and I've got to say I really like the vibes of the videos, it's so much fun and you guys really look so cute together! And not to forget Joob!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 2 yıl önce
Thank you!
Murray Schultz
Murray Schultz 2 yıl önce
It looks good. I love stained glass windows & projects, but the wood really has a nice warm aesthetic. And Katelyn, you are a winner! 👍🏼👍🏼
Amberlynn R.
Amberlynn R. 2 yıl önce
This came out awesome! Just wanted to point out (if no one else has already) is that resin doesn't stick to silicone (which is why so many molds are made of silicone)! I do my resin artworks on silicone baking mats and it peels right off.
Gacha Nikki the Slytherin
Even and Katelyn: smells like fish. Katelyn: *continues to smell the red alcohol ink in the resin* Love your videos and your creativity
Stained Glass DIY
Stained Glass DIY 2 yıl önce
That resin actually looks like fun to try 😍 Nice work!
Jessica Gross
Jessica Gross 3 yıl önce
I actually really like the one you guys made. The other ones pretty, but the other one has more character. I'm going to have to see if I could make this sometime in my free time.
42RosyRosie 2 yıl önce
Ok, I like the thin lines of the Etsy one, but the colors on your resin one are so much richer (really noticeable against Evan’s black shirt) Plus the price comparison... yours definitely wins! 👏🏻👏🏻
Matt Andreko
Matt Andreko 3 yıl önce
I don't think you'd need as many tools and fancy stuff as you think with Debbie's version. It looks like normal lead came that I used to buy when doing stained glass work. It's super cheap, but slightly more difficult to do than the copper foil method. But it'd be fun to see you guys try.
Capuchino Sofia
Capuchino Sofia 2 yıl önce
I actually likes yours more! Just because you can see the saturation of the colours better in the resin than in the glass... but I agree that both are super cool!
Johanne Rahbæk
Johanne Rahbæk 3 yıl önce
They should have a t-shirt saying "... but with resin."
Brittany Tucker
Brittany Tucker 3 yıl önce
Honestly, I'd buy that.
Lana 3 yıl önce
CelestialCrystalize 3 yıl önce
Oh yea! And i make stuff with resin too!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Hahaha yes!
Tennille42 3 yıl önce
OnLy WiTh ReSiN
Ktmfly3r 2 yıl önce
Anxiety kicked in as soon as Evan started pushing the spatula toward his hand, multiple times. I've done that with a 3d printer, was not cool
Kris Yıl önce
When my parents bought their 3D printer I was in charge of taking the things the printer made out of the platform and I remember my hands being full of band-aids for days jajajaja
notrllybaby 3 yıl önce
i really love the way you guys do sponsorships!! short, sweet, gets the point across, still have the actual project going on. verry nice :)
Jane Miettinen
Jane Miettinen 3 yıl önce
Pro tip: Contact paper is the answer for preventing leakage. Next time cover the plastic sheet (or cutting board, waste piece of plywood, whatever smooth and slightly bigger than your project) with contact paper, sticky side up and then push the framework in to it tightly. Be careful with dust and hairs! I use this method all the time, for small projects packing tape is enough. Just keep it taut so no wrinkles can happen, I use pushpins or tape for securing it down. Heat will help with pulling your work from the plastic, if needed, usually not. If the sticky side leaves small “fuzziness” in the resin, either add thin clear coating or polish it away, if there is no particular backside like in your rainbow project. Very handy and no leaking!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thanks for the tip! I wonder how the surface finish would be though. One reason we love the polypropylene is it leaves a high gloss finish
Chungus Yıl önce
What you do really inspires me and i try to do stuff like you guys do but i dont have the things to do it 😊
holditch1 18 gün önce
I really liked the resin one! It was so unique. I've never seen anything like that done with wood! I watched this because I'm about to attempt my own faux stained glass with resin so I only hope it turns out as good!
Izzy Styles Tomlinson
Omg it’s SO PRETTY I WANT ONE! 🌈Shout out to Debbie and her beautiful art too! Loved them both! Great video guys!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thank you! And yes, we hope Debbie gets some extra clicks on her store after this, her pieces were truly amazing!
Mick P
Mick P 3 yıl önce
As always great work! I love the buy vs DIY series!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Carson O'Keeffe
Carson O'Keeffe 3 yıl önce
as a stained glass artist, i have to say i actually like yours better...the colors are so bright and vivid
Shade_of_100_Names 7 aylar önce
As someone who's taken a stained glass workshop, I think u guys would really like it! It's not very dangerous or heavy on power tools, but it's really simple once u get down to fundamentals!
JOHiD 3 aylar önce
Interesting videos guys! Really excited to get my workshop up and running to test things! Curious what you think about trying a thinner poor... maybe using like sculpture wire and painting a thin coat down? Want to experiment sooo bad love this stuff you guys!
Robert Jenkins
Robert Jenkins 3 yıl önce
Another great video. This is only the 2nd one I have seen of you guys but I will be watching them all as soon as my free time will let me. And great job on the project! Looked great to me...
David Stavis
David Stavis 3 yıl önce
You did a test instead of jumping to the final product! I’m so proud 😭
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Haha thank you, thank you 😭❤️
Thank you for the teamtrees fundraiser i live 15 min away from paradise ca. and honestly we need more people like you will to help with raising money to plant trees in our burn scar areas and everywhere else that it’s needed. Thank you so much for starting such an awesome fundraiser!! 🌳 ❤️ 🌳 ❤️ 🌳 ♥️ 🌳 ♥️ 💚💚
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Broccoly Cowboy
Broccoly Cowboy 3 yıl önce
Next up on Evan and Katelyn...! "We saw this shirt online so we're going to make our own! OUT OF RESIN!!!" The HUBRIS of it all!!!
Leah Morrison
Leah Morrison 3 yıl önce
The red might smell like fish because a lot of red colors are made with fish scales. At least with cosmetics.
Sticks 3 yıl önce
I thought it was carmine, the stuff from crushed bugs :^
Jenny 3 yıl önce
it’s actually carmine
Geckoology 3 yıl önce
Its actually cochinial a scale insect!
Jazmin Toth
Jazmin Toth 3 yıl önce
@Olger Khan ahaha
SteampunkNord 3 yıl önce
As a larper, honestly this resin method is so much more beneficial to me than stained glass is seeing as most fields don't allow glass but I still love the aesthetic of stained glass anyway. So thanks for making this video and showing me that there is another way!
mm0901 2 yıl önce
So glad I found your channel... Love both your ideas and your personalities! New sub here
Jameson Puffett
Jameson Puffett 3 yıl önce
The DIY looks more retro where as Debbie's looked more modern. Personally I like the DIY better.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Ah that's true!
peppermint jacket
peppermint jacket 2 yıl önce
Im literally so obsessed with your videos, they are so fun to watch
Mirror 🪞
Mirror 🪞 2 yıl önce
I’ve been watching yalls videos for a while now and you guys are goals. I hope I can share a bond with someone someday like what y’all have
233Hicks 3 yıl önce
The soft edges on the DIY as the light blooms from the resin curves looks nicer than the bought version.
Carls Creative
Carls Creative 6 aylar önce
Great idea, love the wood!! I was contemplating doing a stained epoxy project also. I have a tube of a fo-led thats acrylic and comes in a tube and looks similar to solder. I was thinking of drawing out the design with that and then fill with colored resin. Tip with epoxy, always use a hair dryer, torch or even breath on it to pop out bubbles ;)
Jae Tea
Jae Tea Yıl önce
If you want to increase the fractal look of light passing through you could put a layer of that laser etched window cling to imprint that pattern onto the back of the resin as it cures maybe. I’ve seen it done with chocolate but I know some things change between meterials
When a Cat Goes on YouTube
I love this channel so much Keep this series I think it’s really inspiration
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
❤️ Thank you!
Brittany Tucker
Brittany Tucker 3 yıl önce
It really is!!! My work has gotten so much better since I started watching these two!
BobMuir100 2 yıl önce
Brilliant project guys really brilliant!! Well done. The Debbie piece is so good, it’s classy, it’s beautiful, it’s what it says in the advert. Now yours wasn’t however whilst not a win it was so very very close in its different evolution. You did so very well guys you really did and all alone on my settee I was laughing out loud at your antics I had a wonderful evening in with you two, thanks Bob
quinten i. g.
quinten i. g. 3 yıl önce
I think I like the wood one better! It’s got a warmer feeling while the metal is much more sleek which is also beautiful! Either way I think this is a new diy to try!
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Brad Stapleton
Brad Stapleton 2 yıl önce
If you want chrome paint, use Molotow marker refills. Another good chrome substitute is aluminum tape. I noticed you taped your super glue while it dried. You can get something called kicker to instantly dry your super glue.
Mishelle 3 yıl önce
Just stumbled on this channel. You two are adorable! And there's some really good resin info, too. ;-)
Mark Garas
Mark Garas 3 yıl önce
i love the energy you guys have, so contagious!
Marna Hansen
Marna Hansen 3 yıl önce
I love that when you do ads you on't stop the video for it, we can still see you working
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Helen Rivers
Helen Rivers 2 yıl önce
Hi, I just watched your channel and it is really lovely to see the way you relate to each other. Just a thought regarding “stained glass” and resin, have you thought of using coloured glue in your glue gun to separate the sections instead of wood? You’d need to do it on a glass base though...or could you make it on a silicone mat so it was “free form”?
Aziine 3 yıl önce
As much as I love that you used resin, an absolutely iconic E&K material, I would have loved to see this done with acrylic or like plexi-glass or whatever. I mean- I don’t have any idea how you’d stain it or do the frame part 😂😂 but it would have been cool to see you guys try something different
Karen Rademacher
Karen Rademacher 3 yıl önce
I love how you templated this piece!! What a great piece!! 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈
Chad Humitz
Chad Humitz 3 yıl önce
You may have thought of this already but another finishing touch you can do to the wood is do a clear coat pour on the top side of your colored resin as well. This can help it give that nice glossy look on both the front of the back. Also instead of painting the wood you could char it and make it weather resistant that way. You could also use centered all for the inside pieces to duplicate the effect of the thinner joints
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Love the idea of charring!
Courtz 3 yıl önce
Wow those are both beautiful pieces
Mo Reez
Mo Reez 3 yıl önce
Am I the only one that gets a bit nervous when Evan touches anything?
CantankerousDave 3 yıl önce
That's just common sense, really.
Vicente isaac Lopez valdez
What are you talking ab-- oh, oh, no!
Eti 3 yıl önce
I think you're not alone, I mean just look at all of those likes, I think each person who liked this comment get nervous when Evan touches things, PS I liked this.
Chloe Henry
Chloe Henry Yıl önce
Keep up the cool and amazing work. Love you guys!!!!
Abigail Bracy
Abigail Bracy 3 yıl önce
I freaking love you guys. You are the best dorks. My husband and I are pretty dorky, but your dorkyness is what I want to reach with my husband. I also love all of your videos. It's so satisfying to watch all of your crafting videos.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
🤓❤️ thank you!
Vulf Byte
Vulf Byte 3 yıl önce
Hey, love your videos, it's all very cool. Look up resin hazards and dangers though. More safety gear and ventilation if you're going to use resin frequently/indoors. And remember that even after curing it can break down in a way that is not unlike the danger of asbestos. Just a heads up because I care and don't want to see either of you having any avoidable future ailments.
Krista Carew
Krista Carew 2 yıl önce
I love their dynamic as a couple working together. This is couple goals. Also, the voice over for the cat gets me every time the *is my bed*, I must have reminded a least 3 times lol
tae bae
tae bae 3 yıl önce
i think you should factor in shipping time for the time on the DIY! and time it takes for the crafter to make it since some people don’t have items premade!!
Chris Swart
Chris Swart 3 yıl önce
That time can't be equated to money. But I get you, especially when you need something on a tight deadline, then it's handy to whip some decorations up before visitors arrive
totallyinvisible toeveryone
The way that they explain their plans makes me think they watched Mythbusters and that makes me insanely happy.
Kodry 3 yıl önce
Omg I love your videos! You are both so good at doing this. Keep up the good work
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thank you!
jupiter1217 3 yıl önce
I know this video is a few months ago, but if you ever want hot glue to be easier to remove, hit it with a bit of heat. It may take time, but it will eventually soften, and you can remove it more easily. "More easily" is a relative term, because it does take a lot of time and still takes effort, but it's how I took the railings off my store-bought curved wooden dollhouse staircase without damaging anything. (It's also how I removed the shingles from the roof of the house, and the messed-up wooden floors. As they weren't affixed with hot glue, it was quite a mess that only heavy sanding fixed, but it did still help somewhat.) I used a hair dryer, but if you used your proper heat gun, it might make shorter work of it.
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Thanks for the tip! In a later video we tried isopropyl alcohol and that really helped remove it!
mike smith
mike smith 3 yıl önce
Thanks for the tip about the poly base. I pour cribbage board blanks and I've been using taped over hardboard for the form. I then pour the blank about 1/2" thick, drill the holes using a Rockler cribbage jig. I then make a wooden base for the deck of cards and pegs. I attach the epoxy board to the base using a sliding dado arrangement.
Gina Antonucci
Gina Antonucci 3 yıl önce
I’ve done this many times before and the best way to do it is to get a square, silicone baking pan. Draw out your design with silver puffy paint directly on the pan, pour colored resin in the open areas. Let it cure then put a thin coat on the back of clear resin. Attach a chain or whatever and voila. Stained glass resin :)
Rhetro B
Rhetro B 3 yıl önce
Definition of being an adult: “It’s like 4:30” “NO IT’S FIVE!” “acceptable dinner time”
jenn hietpas
jenn hietpas 3 yıl önce
Anytime is acceptable dinner time
Juusan013 3 yıl önce
It's acceptable dinner time somewhere
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Hahaha! 🤣👏
Alyson Shorthouse
Alyson Shorthouse 3 yıl önce
Acceptable "grown up" bed time is also definition of being an adult
Matthew Tedford
Matthew Tedford 3 yıl önce
Looks great but I have some suggestions for thiner walls . Option 1: Make the resin shapes individually, paint the edges silver, glue together. Option 2: Make the shapes individually, adhere them inside a frame with spacers to have uniform distances, remove spacers, pour in silver resin.
Sarah Coleman
Sarah Coleman 3 yıl önce
What I was a kid in the 80s making "stain glass" window hangers was suuuuper popular. They came in these little kits with premade plastic forms of unicorns and butterflies or whatever, and you would pour little plastic grains into the forms and put them in the oven. You can probably find them at craft stores still, but they're not so popular because of the oven thing. Like people would get them for kids and they never get done because the parent never took the time to work the oven for them. :\
Akiko Fujishima
Akiko Fujishima 3 yıl önce
I like the thick lines of the wood, as well as its more natural appearance. I realize metal is natural, but wood is just warmer and more inviting than metal. :) I like the DIY one better. :)
Evan and Katelyn
Evan and Katelyn 3 yıl önce
Kiki Baguette
Kiki Baguette 3 yıl önce
Is it weird I kind of liked how Evan and Katelyn''s one looked in the sun a bit more? Probably not alone on that thought. It's pretty awesome. Good job!
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