Create Your Own Geode Resin Art – A Step by Step Guide

Have you ever wanted to create your own geode resin art? You’ve come to the right place! With just a few simple steps, you can make your own beautiful geode art that will look stunning on your wall or shelf.

In the following tutorial video from Sheri Vegas, she will walk you through the step-by-step process of creating your own unique geode resin art. From gathering supplies and mixing the resin to adding color and glitter, she will show you everything that you need to know in order to create stunning pieces of art. So grab your supplies and let's get started!

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Gather Your Supplies

Before you jump into creating your geode resin art, it’s important to make sure that you have all of the supplies that you need. This includes things like a gemstones, crystals, posca pens, glitter, mica powder, epoxy resin, quartz points, wooden canvas, frog tape, hot glue gun, and hot glue. It also helps to have some measuring cups and stirring sticks on hand as well as gloves, silicone mat, and a resin respirator mask.

Here's a complete list of supplies you will need:


Craft gemstones in a variety of colors, including red, yellow, green, blue, pink, rose red, transparent, purple, and sky blue, are the ideal option for creating various DIY projects.


Beautiful imitation plastic ice chunks in crystal clear displays work well for many different kinds of displays. 

Posca Pens

Reversible bullet tips allow Posca to last as long as other markers. Pigment does NOT contain alcohol like other markers.


Quality assurance and glitter acrylic powder which use for environmental protection, safe to use anywhere.

Rezin Art

Mica Powders

Semi-Opaque Color dissolves instantly into resin creating iridescent shimmering colors. They are compatible with all epoxy resin, casting resin, and quick set resin.

Epoxy Resin

Designed for table tops, bars, wood finishes, see-through encapsulations, and art work.

Quartz Points

Clear quartz crystal points shards rough stones. Excellent for cabbing, cutting, polishing, wire wrapping, wicca, divination, and reiki healing.

Wooden Canvas

These wood art boards are perfect for kids, teachers, students, aspiring artists, and professionals working in a small studio.

Frog Tape

Premium adhesion reduces the need for touch-ups. Interior/exterior use on cured painted walls, stone, others and unfinished wood is recommended.

Hot Glue Gun

The hot glue gun allows you to feed glue at your own pace. The simple power switch allows for rapid temperature adjustment for all of your projects.

Hot Glue

These hot glue sticks adhere to almost any material, including paper, metal, plastic, wood, fabric, ceramic, foam, lace, ribbon, synthetic fabric, and others.

Measuring Cups

Disposable clear plastic measuring cups 10oz (8oz measurements) (PET). Ideal for combining paint, stain, epoxy, resin, and other materials. The ideal paint mixing cup.

Stirring Sticks

Mixing sticks, like palette knives, are excellent spatulas for scooping paint and smoothing paint over a canvas.


The gloves allow for improved grip strength when staining wood or gloves for resin work, gloves for tie dyeing and using tools, or disposable mechanics gloves.

Silicone Mat

High-quality and non-toxic silicone. PVC and BPA-free. Clean up is simple by rinsing or washing or simply wiping it down with a wet cloth.

Resin Respirator Mask

The dust safety mask face cover has a double filtration system that effectively blocks 97% of organic vapor / gas, smoke, pollen, dust, and other particles in the air.

Glueing the Quartz Crystal Points

Before you begin, make sure your wooden board is clean and smooth, as this will help ensure that the crystals and resin stick better. Next, select a variety of quartz points in various shapes and sizes for contrast. Glue them onto your wooden board using a hot glue gun and glue.

Tape Off the Bottom of Your Board

Begin by taping off the bottom of your board with frog tape so that you have clean sides and a clean back without any hardened resin drips. Here is an excellent video with taping tips for clean edges.

Mixing The Resin

Once you have all the supplies that you need, it’s time to mix the epoxy resin according to the instructions provided with the package. Be sure to mix thoroughly until all of the bubbles are gone so that your finished product will be nice and smooth. To achieve a glossy finish when your project is complete, be sure not to add too much hardener during this step since this can cause discoloration or cloudiness in the final product.

It is also important to warm up the resin and hardener before mixing them together so that they are easier to mix and to prevent getting a ton of bubbles in the resin mix.

Adding Color & Glitter

Now comes the fun part! Once your resin is mixed and ready, it’s time to add some glitter and/or mica powder to give your geodes some color and extra sparkle. Separate your resin into individual cups depending on how many color mixes you want to make for your geode. Add mica powder (in your colors of choice) and/or glitter into your resin cups. Make sure to mix thoroughly so that the color and/or glitter are evenly distributed throughout.

Pouring The Resin Onto Your Wooden Board

Now that you’ve mixed the resin and added your color and/or glitter, it’s time to pour it onto your wooden board. Slowly pour each cup of colored resin onto the board in whatever pattern you desire.

Adding Gemstones and Crystals

To make your resin geodes even more special, you can add gemstones or crystals. Choose the ones that you like best and put them on whatever areas you want on your wooden board while the resin is still wet. Once it has dried, your geodes will have colorful gems and sparkly crystals!

Curing Time

Set aside for 24 hours so that everything can set properly before handling them. Make sure you cover your geode with a box while the resin is curing so that no lint, hairs, or dirt fall on the resin.

Removing the Frog Tape

Once the resin has cured, remove the frog tape. If you find it hard to remove, you can use a heat gun to heat up the hardened resin on the frog tape while you pull it off.

Finishing Touches

You can now draw lines on the top of your geode surface by using some posca pens.

Adding glitter lines to your resin geodes will also add some unique texture and make them look even better! All you need to do is mix some resin with a lot of glitter, put it in a pipping bag, and pipe it on top of your geode in whatever pattern you desire.

You can also use a hot glue gun to add some extra decorations to your geode. For example, you can add some crystals or gems onto the sides of the board for added sparkle.

Once your geode is complete, you can add a final layer of resin to protect the lines and glitter you've drawn on your geode.

The possibilities are endless when it comes to crafting resin geodes. With a little bit of creativity, you can make unique pieces that will bring beauty, sparkle, and a touch of magic into any room.

Helpful Tutorials for Creating Geode Resin Art

DiankaPours Method - Create STUNNING Geode Crystals

In this video, you will learn how to Dianka makes STUNNING Crystals for Geode artwork. She demonstrates how to create these magnificent geodes in a step-by-step tutorial.

Shilpi Patel with ArtResin - Geode Art for Beginners

Resin geode art is created by combining crushed glass, crystals, and decorative stones with tinted resin to mimic the appearance of natural rock formations. You can make your own 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.

Artist Shilpi Patel walks us through her step-by-step process for creating a custom piece of geode art that is suitable even for beginners. If you like color and sparkle, you'll love learning how to make resin geodes! Once you've mastered the fundamentals, the possibilities for resin geode designs for coasters, wall art, sculptures, table tops, and more are endless.

Petra Jongbloed Technique - Making mould for Resin Geode

In this video, you will learn how to make a "Free Form Resin Geode Mold" so you can create geodes in any shape without the need of a wooden canvas board. Petra Jongbloed's mold is approximately 60x60 cm and made out of the 100% silicone.

Agnes Rup Master of Resin

In these courses from the famous artist Agnes Rup, you will learn how to work with resin (a beginner's guide to geode art), how to make a "Mini Geode" perfect for beginners, how to make two beautiful functional pieces of art (cheeseboard, coasters + tray), a 3-D Geode Art Piece, and a big Signature white and gold geode piece.

If you really want to master the art of geode making, then checkout this amazing bundle!


That's it! Now you know how easy it is to make geode resin art at home with just a few simple steps! Whether you're looking for something fun and creative or something beautiful for your walls or shelves - this is one DIY project everyone should try out at least once!

With enough practice and patience anyone can become an expert at making their own unique geode art pieces at home – so go ahead and get started today! Let’s create some magic!


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