Welcome to the February tutorial video for Craft Kitsune! If you are new to Craft Kitsune, please see the description for more info 🙂 120mL Of 2-Part Resin A rotating base for our merry-go-round Which also plays music and lights up! A set of silicone molds – to make a 2-part trinket box A silicone coaster mold 4 animal silicone molds a deer, unicorn, dolphin, and swan. Extreme Sheen Paint in “24k Gold” 8 Dowel Pins to construct the merry-go-round together 1 acrylic dowel for the center of the merry-go-round (optional) e6000 glue Illustrated sticker designed by @jade.grove for Craft Kitsune Illustrated button designed by @jade.grove for Craft Kitsune There are several options for making the merry-go-round! You would glue the merry-go-round to a coaster. You would glue the top portion inside the trinket box This is a more permanent option, whereas you can mix and match with the other two options. Once you decide, pour and mix 2-Part resin. I added alcohol ink & unsinkable glitters for my pour. I poured a coaster, both parts of the trinket box, and all four animal molds. After waiting 24 hours, they are ready to unmold! Notice that the color became much more saturated while curing – this can happen with alcohol inks! Now to attach the four poles to the merry-go-round I’m resting the top of the trinket box upside down using a cup to hold it in place. Then using e6000 where I want to place the poles And holding the dowel pin in place for a minute. Repeating this until all four poles are in place After letting the e6000 dry for at least an hour, you can paint the poles This color is actually slightly different from the 24K color included in the kit, which is seen later in this video. You can embellish your animals using paint, metal embellishments, stickers, etc. I love this part! To prepare for the animals, glue both pieces of the merry-go-round together using e6000 Then wait an hour before adding the animals Then, glue the animals onto each of the poles (I do this one at a time). Make sure to position the animals all facing in a circle You can also paint and embellish the base/stand of the merry-go-round The part is really fun – it took my about 20 minutes to paint the entire pattern and it was satisfying to do 🙂 How to start the music box and rotation It also plays music, wait until the end of the video to hear the song. These are some options if you want to experiment with your other craft materials and the Feb. kit Look at that ink time lapse 🙂 Customize your merry-go-round to your liking! Another option if you use polymer clay. There is a switch on the bottom of the base to turn on the LEDs. I hope you enjoyed this video and feel inspired to make your own merry-go-round! You can also use the trinket box mold to store craft supplies and more. And rotate them while you’re at it! Actual sound of the Merry-Go-Rounds is coming up~ Thank you so much for watching! Feel free to ask any questions in the comments below 🙂 Also, let me know – what kind of merry-go-round would you make?