Resin Crafts & Art

Explore our collection of stunning resin crafts and art pieces. Add a touch of creativity to your space with our unique resin creations.

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Craft-tastic DIY Puffy Charm Bracelets! With 10 themed puffy charms, crafting unique bracelets is a breeze. Mix and match adorable themes like Space, Food, Tropical, and more. Perfect for expressive tweens and teens, these bracelets are more than just crafts – they're a statement of individuality.

 
DIY Puffy Charm Bracelet
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€6.00
Gadget Man
A beautiful hand crafted mantel clock, carved from Irish Spalted Beech with copper stitching
Hand crafted mantel clock.
€130.00
Copperbrook Crafts
Beautiful hand crafted wall hung clock. Carved from Irish Spalted Beech surrounded with a with a copper band secured with black antique style screws. A beautiful addition to any house
Hand crafted wall hung wooden clock.
€135.00
Copperbrook Crafts
Handcrafted, highly detailed recreation of Newgrange Passage Tomb. Measures 6″ across, 2.5″ high. Totally unique and a fantastic centrepiece!
Newgrange Passage Tomb, Knowth, Co. Meath
€52.00
Mini Inish
Length: 62.40 Millimetres; Width: 16 Millimetres
Irish Bog Yew Dangle Earrings with Natural Bronzite and Metal Beads | Handmade Earrings
€29.00
Mystical Bog Oak
Crashing wave resin scene handmade with glass and gemstones.
Crashing Wave Resin Scene
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Red resin seascape handmade with real shells.
Sunset Resin Seascape
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Copper Tree Seascape handmade with resin and real shells.
Enchanted Tree Seascape
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Crashing wave seascape made with real gemstones and shells.
Resin Seascape 1
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Copper Tree Seascape handmade with resin and real shells.
Magical Copper Tree Seascape
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Handmade resin coral reef fish scene.
Coral Reef Copper Fish Tile
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Vibrant blue and crashing waves resin seascape made with real shells and gemstones.
Resin Seascape 2
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Soaring kite beach scene handmade with gemstones and resin.  
Soaring Kite Resin Scene
€20.00
Silver River Gems
Underwater seascape, diver and hammerhead shark.
Thallasophobia - Underwater Sea Resin Diorama
€40.00
Kenny Bones Woodcrafts
Exquisite two-hand design, tell you, always open hands and hearts, let gratitude and love flow forever. A special and interesting centerpiece on any table.
Hand Shape Storage 3D (with lights)
€55.00
Cryztalgemz75
3D Skull head with a smile very unique and creative. Such skull home decoration mould is the best gadget for friends and your children to cultivate hands-on interest in making gifts.
3D Smiling Skull (with lights)
€45.00
Cryztalgemz75
Finecast plasterwork Burt Castle atop an Inishowen Coastline base. Dimensions: 7″ X 7″ X 3″. Tabletop ornamental piece. Burt Castle, also known as O’Doherty’s Castle, was constructed between 1560 and 1580. It was a traditional stronghold of the O’Doherty’s during the reign of Henry VIII, overlooking and protecting the Southern edge of their Inishowen Lordship. The castle’s design is typical of the Scottish Z-Plan fortification structure, a defensive design that would be replicated during the Ulster Plantation in the following century. In 1600, while Cahir O’Doherty was in allegiance to the Crown, there was a garrison of 100 men stationed in the castle under the captainship of John Vaughan. This aided the Derry Governor, Henry Dowcra, to strengthen an offensive position against Red Hugh O’Donnell during the Nine Years War. O’Doherty, however, fell out of favour with Dowcra and Burt Castle became O’Doherty’s headquarters, from where he orchestrated and carried out the Burning of Derry on April 19th, 1608, sacking the entire town and taking prisoners to be held at the castle. Thus began what became known as O’Doherty’s Rebellion, resulting in Crown troops being sent from Dublin to quell the unrest in Inishowen and overrun Cahir’s positions. Burt Castle fell to the Crown following a violent siege and O’Doherty was killed shortly afterwards while fighting Crown Forces in the Battle of Kilmacrennen, he was 21 years old at the time of his death. His severed head was displayed for a time at Newgate, Dublin, as a warning to potential avengers. The castle was also the site of violent skirmishes during the Williamite Wars between 1688-1691 and as with most Irish castles, Burt is said to be haunted. It is said that an O’Doherty Nobleman who lived in the castle seduced a young local woman and forsook her upon news of her pregnancy. She waded into the Swilly one moonlit night and drowned herself and her unborn child, so distraught was she at this rejection. It is said that she can be seen on moonlit nights, walking the shores of the Swilly near to the Castle, wailing in despair for her estranged lover and father of her child. Burt Castle now sits atop an eminence known as Castlehill, a silent, dilapidated sentinel overlooking the main Derry to Letterkenny road, making it one of Donegal’s most recognizable fortifications.
Burt Castle, Inishowen, Co. Donegal.
€55.00
Mini Inish
Westbank Loyalists Mural 1980, Fountain Estate Derry.
Dimensions: 12cm high, 12cm wide, 4 cm deep.
This iconic mural, found in the cityside Fountain Estate in Londonderry, has been relocated and repainted several times since its first appearance in the early 1980s. The original artist is unknown, but the message contained in the composition remains a strongly held ethos in the community to the present day. The origin of the message can be traced to the ‘exodus’ of up to 10,000 cityside Protestants who moved to the Waterside area and beyond, representing approximately 90% of the Protestant population in the Westbank relocating due to fear and intimidation between the volatile years of 1969 and 1974. The Fountain stands alone as the sole Protestant estate on the Westbank, and often suffered sectarian attacks throughout the years, even having to be gated at night for security during the tumultuous 1980s. This sense of isolation remains strong in the community, and has materialized as a defiant, proud identity evident on every street in the estate. The ‘No Surrender’ slogan originates from 1688, when 13 Apprentice Boys shut the city gates on 1200 Jacobite soldiers, thus setting in motion the beginnings of the famous Siege of Derry which would last 105 days. This representation is of the mural during its location on a garage wall in Wapping Lane during the 1980s, it is presently painted on the rear of a house and visible from many aspects from the overlooking City Walls. It has since become a widely recognized symbol of Loyalist defiance and pride. See less
Westbank Loyalist Mural 1980, Fountain Estate, Derry City.
€55.00
Mini Inish
Today a reader tomorrow a leader. Give a booklover a lasting gift of a bookmark.
Love BookMarker (Handmade)
€6.00
Cryztalgemz75
Set of Four Round Coasters with Holder – Ready 2 Go or CustomMade – Storage Box & Cup Mats Unique Resin Designs – Home Gift, Kitchen, Table
Set of Four Round Coasters with Holder – Ready 2 Go or CustomMade – Storage Box & Cup Mats Unique Resin Designs – Home Gift, Kitchen, Table
€0.00
Cryztalgemz75
Dream Catcher. Catch your dreams.
Dreamcatcher (Handmade)
€20.00
Cryztalgemz75
Earth Angel Dream Catcher. Catch your dreams.
Dreamcatcher Earth Angel (Handmade)
€25.00
Cryztalgemz75
Pocket Hug Heart. Give the gift of a hug to someone, because who doesn’t need a hug every now and then
Pocket Hug (Handmade)
€8.00
Cryztalgemz75
Unique cupcake/ jewellery holder
2 level cupcake stand leaf
€48.00
Elevation Design