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We have two types of resins available; epoxy resin and water-based acrylic resin. Epoxy resin is a two-part system consisting of a liquid resin (part A) and a liquid hardener (part B). Both parts need to be mixed together in order for the resin to cure to a solid-state. It is colourless and transparent in nature but can also be easily coloured with a variety of pigments and additives to mimic many other types of materials. Its transformative characteristics make resin the most versatile material to work with.

Resin can be poured onto surfaces as a clear protective coating or to create colourful fluid resin art, or cast into moulds to form a shape or to embed items. It is commonly used to create art pieces, 3D figurines, jewellery, coasters, river tables and, more recently, to encase wedding flowers or pet fur for keepsakes.

Water-based acrylic resin (i.e. SmileStone™, Jesmonite) is a two-part system consisting of a gypsum plaster powder (base) and a liquid resin (activator). When mixed together, it has an opaque and stone-like appearance. Because of its raw and natural look, it is popularly used to create nostalgic terrazzo and marble patterns.

Both epoxy resin and water-based acrylic resin can be used together to create more unique and interesting designs.


We offer an extensive range of resin art materials for beginners and experts alike. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned crafter, here at Resin Play Singapore, you will find the best resins, pigments, silicone moulds, silicone rubber, mixing and finishing tools and equipment required for all sorts of resin art projects. 

What’s more, all our resins are user-friendly and non-toxic, so you can play with resin from the comfort of your home without compromising on the health and safety of your loved ones. 

Order resin art supplies online at Resin Play and enjoy complimentary delivery for purchases above $100 in Singapore. Alternatively, book an appointment with us to visit our fun and colourful store at Beach Road.


It is important to first think about what you would like to create with resin. At Resin Play, we have a wide range of resins, pigments, moulds and more to suit different project needs. It is important to choose the right type of resin art materials for a successful outcome. Conversely, if incompatible materials are used, your time and money will be wasted, and you have to start all over again.

If you are a beginner and new to resin, it is best to avoid falling into that pitfall by reading the detailed product usage description and referring to the technical data sheets provided. Or, better still, contact us for a free consultation to help you pick out the right resin art materials for your project.

If you don’t have a specific project in mind but would like to play with resin, we recommend checking out our starter kits. Or watch our free videos on Instagram and YouTube for some inspiration. These tutorials will also guide you through the basics of resin art, allowing you to pick up various tips and tricks from our resin art experts.