Category: Do it Yourself

Why is your Resin Hardening so FAST!

The summers are upon us, and the temperature is rising by the minute. This undoubtedly poses a significant challenge for resin artists, who suddenly find their resin curing and hardening at a lightning-fast pace. In this article, we go over best practices, hacks and systems so you can control your resin best through these super hot months!  Be mindful of… Read more →

How to: Photograph your Resin Art!

In our previous blog post and this episode of #HaksonsInHindi, we spoke about how important it is to visually communicate your product on social media and other platforms. Photography and basic videography of your resin art, have become important business skills, especially for small artist-entrepreneurs looking to build a community of supporters, and customers online.  Photography is not easy, and… Read more →

How to: Start selling your Resin Art fast!

Thanks to our jobs, over the course of the past 5 years we have interacted with a multitude of resin artists and small business owners who want to create and sell their works of art. Some as young as 17, and some as old as 70 we have interacted with the most diverse group of artists. Resin art is trending… Read more →

Resin mistakes: 5 common ones we see far too often!

Over the past few years, we have had hundreds of phone calls from distraught customers, who have messed up their resin art. Often it’s because of some fairly common resin mistakes that sometimes come out of some myths.  Resin is super easy to play with, but these mistakes can cause your art project to go to bust.  Resin Mistake #1:… Read more →

Haksons Pearl Pigments

Haksons Pearl Pigments: Everything you need to know!

At BohriAli, we love colour, which means that we love our pigments. In fact, Haksons were called “the Paint People”. When we created our Haksons Pearl Pigments, we wanted to make sure we created the highest quality product possible, that adds to works of craft to create a finish like no other. Made from Mica powders, and very finely mined… Read more →

How to: make a Resin Pendant with Haksons!

Epoxy Resin is a great material to use to make simple jewellery pieces, especially this resin pendant. Once cured, the resin is a long-lasting material and is therefore ideal to create pieces of jewellery that will last. Through #HaksonsPick, we have got the opportunity to see so many interesting accessories created with our resin. If you would like to try… Read more →

Safety with Epoxy Resin: All You Need to Know!

Epoxy Resin is undoubtedly our favourite product. We love how diverse, functional and aesthetic it is. We at BohriAli believe that epoxy resin can be used by all (adult) art enthusiasts. However, there are certain basic guidelines for safety with epoxy resin, that we hope you will follow. In this article, we have outlined safety protocols that you must follow… Read more →

Christmas With Haksons!

The holiday season is upon us, and we are here to spread some Christmas cheer! True to the spirit of our enterprise, we will be sharing our 3 favourite Christmas themed D-I-Ys so the festive spirit can translate into lasting memories and memorabilia. Candy Cane Christmas Tree Ornament How you can make it: Mix the Haksons Resin with the Haksons… Read more →

Hakson’s DIY Christmas Gift Guide!

2020 has been gruelling, challenging and oftentimes isolating. As this year finally comes to end, and we begin to gather presents for our office Secret Santa, or everyone you love- here are five of Hakson’s favourite and most gift-able products. These will make them happy, these will bring a smile, but more importantly, they will make them create! They get… Read more →

Make your own Silicone Moulds with Haksons!

Hakson’s mould-making silicone is very easy to use, beginner-friendly and is to be mixed in a simple 1:1 ratio. You can use this product from your home, it’s safe to use and no external fancy equipment is required.  For ease of use, the two bottles are labelled Part A and Part B, and each bottle has 100 gms of product. … Read more →