How to Make a Geode Epoxy Table Step-by-Step

Geode Epoxy Table

Are you looking for a unique way to add sparkle and treasure to your artwork? Have you ever wanted to try making a geode epoxy table but weren't sure where to start? 

Today, I am sharing Dryer Days Art Studio's clever method for creating a free form geode table. She is an amazing artist! 

Learn how to create a geode epoxy table step-by-step with added elements of fun and inspiration. With this guide, you'll be able to achieve a professional look with added elements of natural beauty.

Follow these steps carefully and you'll have a beautiful new piece of furniture in no time!

Before you begin, make sure to have all of the materials and tools ready. You'll need an casting epoxy resinplastic, tape, 100% silicone caulk, a caulking guntorchgel gloss mediumvarnishmica powdersglitter powdersglass glittercrystals, and other small items if desired. 

Additionally, you will need glovesprotective gearmeasuring cups, and stirring sticks. All the materials are listed at the end of this post.

It is also important to make sure that your workspace is clear and completely clean before beginning any work with resin. 

Now it's time to get started! 

Oh, I forgot! Before we get into this tutorial, I just wanted to show you this amazing GEODES COURSE BUNDLE from Agnes Rup! She is the queen of geode artwork. 

If you want to learn how to make gorgeous geodes, then you have to learn from the best! Checkout her>> Master of Resin Geode Course Bundle!

Make a Geode Epoxy Table Step-by-Step

Making a geode epoxy table is easier than it looks and can be a fun project for anyone! With just a few simple steps, you can create a beautiful piece of art that will last for years. Here's how to make one step-by-step:

Step #1: 

Start by deciding on the shape and size of your geode epoxy table. Cut a big enough piece of plastic to fit the size of your desired geode. Tape this piece of plastic onto your working surface. 


Step #2:

Grab several tubes of 100% silicone caulk (from Gorilla) and a caulking gun available from Amazon and other internet retailers. Use the caulking gun to squeeze the silicone out of the tube and create the desired shape for your geode table. This will function as a border to contain the resin that you will be pouring in the middle. This silicone border will be your geode mold. 

Caulking with silicone

Step #3:

Once you've drawn the shape of your geode using the silicone, use a popsicle sticks to gently press down the silicone make sure it is nice and flush with the plastic cover. You want to get a nice seal to avoid your resin from seeping out under the silicone caulk. Make sure to have a nice tight seal. Once this border of silicone caulk is dry, add another layer of silicone on top of it. Continue adding more and more layers of silicone caulk until you build up the border to the desired height. The height of the silicone border will depend on how thick you want your resin geode table to be. 

Pressing with Stick

Step #4:

Prepare the base of your geode by mixing some epoxy with your desired Mica powders. Mix up your resin according to package instructions. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully, as not doing so may affect the final outcome of your geode table.

Mix mica powder with resin

Then, pour your resin mixtures inside the silicone border in circular patterns. If you wish to add crystal quartz, glitter, or any other embellishments, you can do that on this step or just wait to add them in the final epoxy layer. 

Pour mix resin

Step #5:

Use heat to eliminate any bubbles, then let your work dry for several hours before adding further layers. Continue to build, build, build by adding more layers of resin and letting each layer of resin dry for a day or two before adding the next layer.

Pop the bubbles
Pour clear resin

Step #6:

Now it's time to add all your embellishments. Add a layer of clear resin to the whole geode surface, and while this layer is still wet, add crystals, rocks, glitter, etc. Drop them onto the wet resin in any pattern you like - don't worry if they aren't perfect; geodes don't have perfect shapes. 

Put other designs

Step #7:

Once you are done adding all your geode layers and embellishments, and your geode has completely dried, you can finish your geode with more layers of colored resin or with a layer of clear resin. Again, use a heat to pop all bubbles. Let your geode cure.

Cover the artwork with resin

Step #8:

Pull or remove the silicone caulk off the edges of your geode. your artwork's ring layer. Because some edges are extremely sharp, sanding is required. After you've sanded the edges, wipe off any dust.

Step #9:

Mix some soft gel with your desired color of mica powder and use this to paint the edges of your geode table. This step will highlight your artwork and make it more visually appealing. You can use gold, silver, or any other color you desire to make those edges pop. 

Pulling the coat

Step #10:

If you want to have a smooth surface, then sand the entire surface of your geode and then clean it with a damp cloth and some rubbing alcohol. Add some Total Boat Rugged Clear Gloss Varnish to the top to make it glossy and UV resistant.

Paint outer edge

When it comes to applying the varnish. Apply liberally across the surface of the piece with your gloved hands. It is recommended that you apply 5 coats of varnish.

Step #11:

Finished art

Attach legs to your table to make it functional... and you're done! Then you're finished. 

This is a very labor-intensive piece, but the end result is worthwhile and beautiful.

Recommended Step-by-Step Tutorial Videos to Make a Geode Epoxy Table

Dryer Days Art Studio 

Katharine from Dryer Days Art Studio said that "it took a lot of resin, time, sweat, and love to create this beauty...but it was all worth it!" And I completely agree with her. 

Her completed geode table turned out to be such a beauty! If you haven't checked out her 2-part creation videos for this resin geode table, be sure to check them down below and give her a thumbs up for kindly sharing her whole process with us.

Katharine walks through the products, how to prep, and the foundation needed for a successful, large, free form geode shape in Part One of her "Violet and Gold Resin Geode table" video series.

In part two of this series, Katharine continues to work on her geode table by adding crystals and other materials. Her final piece is stunning! For sure, this project requires a lot of patience and perseverance but great pieces of art almost always do.

Recommended Products for Making Geode Epoxy Table

Check all the products you need for Making a Geode Epoxy Table.

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Eye Candy Mica Powder Pigment “Surien Purple” 

Eye Candy mica pearls range in size from 10 to 60 microns, making them ideal for use in resins, lacquer, epoxy,  varnishes, glazes, and other personal care products..

MEYSPRING Violet Crystal Epoxy Resin Color Pigment

The beauty of natural crystals and geodes inspired the MEYSPRING Gemstones Collection.


It can be used to tint, darken, or brighten other micas, making it an excellent mineral makeup ingredient.

MEYSPRING White Pearl Mica Powder - 50g

This designed is use to blend well with Epoxy Resin Crystal Clear, UV resin, and Food Grade Epoxy Resin.

MEYSPRING Royal Gold Mica Powder for Epoxy Resin

It's stunning metallic shade that catches the light beautifully.



The sibling to the silver mine, gold mine adds some awesome texture!



 A gorgeous additive to add texture and metallic without the glitter. 1.5 oz

Gold Glass Glitter

Gold Glass Glitter

Gold Glass Shards, a lovely color that adds texture. Great for resin work.



 The beautiful, smooth, shiny, clear, crystal quartz chips are the perfect textures to any piece but especially geodes. 

Gorilla 100% Silicone Caulk

Made out of 100% silicone that won't stick to resin.

Perfect for creating molds for resin projects. 

Caulking Gun

Smooth pressure rods require less force and are less noisy than ratchet-style pressure rods.
To help prevent dripping, the rod retracts after each trigger pull.

Yard Stick Level

Rubber end caps for protection and durability.

Ideal for making sure your working surface is level and your geode has even layers.

Resin and Hardener

Use for Table tops, bars, wood finishes, see-through encapsulations, art work.

Breath Buddy Respirator

Professional-grade respirator. Protects against oil based aerosols such as dust, fumes & lead.

Black Nitrile Gloves Size Medium 100

Our black nitrile gloves offer superior grip and dexterity and resistance.

Gel Gloss Medium

Soft Gel Medium that can be mixed with acrylic paint or mica powder.

Refillable Butane Torch

With multiple safety locks and an adjustable flame function, allows you to set fire to your culinary dreams while keeping your kitchen safe and clean.

Total Boat Rugged Clear Gloss Varnish

Made of high-quality ABS plastic, it has a high strength, good impact resistance, is long-lasting, and is not easily damaged.

Alcohol wipes

 Each pad is gamma sterilized, individually wrapped, and sealed to keep it sterile and to prevent leakage or drying out.

People Also Asked: FAQ Questions

How long does an epoxy table last?

The resin hardens to form a long-lasting solid surface. The glossy finish lasts for many years, and you don't have to reapply the coat on a regular basis. The durable finish of resins does not crack, unlike other table top materials and coatings.

What can I use for geode resin art?

Resin geode art is created by combining crushed glass and crystals with tinted resin to mimic the appearance of natural rock formations. You can make resin geodes in any color palette you want with pigments and mica powder, and add decorative elements like glitter and metallic paint for a luxurious finish.

What should you not put in resin?

Resin can be filled with almost anything! Paper, plastic, fabric, metal, clay, wood, natural elements, glitters, and powders. Anything that contains moisture should be avoided, for example fresh flowers and leaves. Also, do not add water to resin.

Do epoxy tables scratch easily?

Although epoxy surfaces are scratch resistant, they are NOT scratch proof. It will scratch if you try to scratch it.

Want to Learn More?

If you are in love with resin geodes and want to learn from the best... then I suggest you checkout Agnes Rup's Master of Resin Course Bundle!

As you can see, many of her students are making gorgeous geode artwork and are super happy with her course. Check it out for yourself here!


Creating a stunning geode epoxy table may seem like a daunting task at first, but with these simple steps, anyone can make one of their own with ease! The most important part is to plan out your design beforehand so that you know what materials to use and how much time you'll need. 

So don't wait any longer, just follow my guide and you'll have a stunning functional piece of art that you'll love!


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