Here is my take on this...
This is only the second time I have used Resin, so I have probably done all of the wrong things!!
I mixed up 100 ml of product and hardener and separated this into 3 plastic cups. Having seen some video's on You Tube, I wanted a 'dirty pour'. In 1 cup I added a squirt of Alcohol blending solution, in another a sprinkle of Paperartsy Infusions Rocky Road, in the last cup a squirt of Paperartsy Fresco Chalk Paint Cheesecake.
I poured all 3 cups back into 1 cup and poured this onto a canvas. At this stage nothing happened, just a bit of a mess!!. Not wanting to throw it all away, I decided to play. I had no idea if I was doing the right thing!!. I sprinkled on some Infusions In The Navy, it just seemed to float on the surface, so I added a few drops of Alcohol Solution, this 'opened' up the resin and 'allowed' the Infusions in!!. I continued with Infusions Rocky Road, Slime, Rusty Car and In The Navy.
I also added a few blobs of Fresco Chalk Paint in Bouganvillia. When I added a few drops of Alcohol Solution nothing happened, the chalk paint sat on top of the resin!!
Not enough resin to completely cover the canvas, starting to drip off a few of the sides, managed to level off enough to stop this!!
I hope it sets, checked after 24 hours, seems to be setting, still a little tacky.
Well after over 24 hours it has started to set, I can see a problem where the resin has slightly pooled in the middle. I should have put a book to fill in the recess on the reverse of the canvas. Never mind, I am still learning!! Another factor could be the temperature. I read somewhere it has to be 18-30 degrees. Typical, the temperature dropped here today to 5 degrees and the room temperature also dropped.
I did mix up 10 grams each of the resin and hardener and mixed in a blob of Cheesecake Fresco paint and poured this onto a smaller canvas. I again added some Infusions In The navy, Slime and Rusty car. I placed a stamping block underneath to fill in the recess. Still learning!!