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DIY Agate Slice Art

Hello my Lovelies! Happy Monday!

Have I got a great, easy, quick DIY project with tutorial for you!………. You’re welcome 🙂

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Before I get to my DIY agate slice art, I have to share a little sneak peek of my daughter, Courtney’s prom outfit. Saturday was the long awaited prom, and I was just in awe of how beautiful my daughter looked. It was a proud mommy moment for sure.

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More to come on Prom 2015 in a future post. You can follow me on Instagram to see more prom pictures, or just to see what shenanigans I am always up to.

So, I was super excited about the way this DIY project turned out, I just had to share even before they are hung in my son’s room for The One Room Challenge finale on Thursday.

Agate is a big trend at the moment – especially in shadow box picture frames. You may recall from a recent post that agate and geodes are one of the trends that I spotted while I was at High Point Market recently.

Like any good Designer, I wanted to incorporate agates in a design project. My son’s room was the perfect place to do that, but these frames are usually on the higher end, so I decided to try my hand at making a set of them myself.

I had a set of the agate slice coasters that I purchased at HomeGoods for $19.99 last October for my Thanksgiving table setting, so I decided to use them for this project

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Here’s what you will need for this project

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  1. The agate slices – one for each frame

  2. Picture frames – use ones that have some depth since the agate slices are thick. Also make sure they have matting. I used Ribba frames from Ikea ($6.99 each)

  3. Glue gun

  4. Thick card stock paper – I used watercolor paper from Michael’s

  5. Scissors

The Process

  1. Turn the frame face down and remove the back, as well as the the filler paper that It comes with. Use the filler paper as template to cut the watercolor paper into the same size.

  2. Place one agate slice face down on the glass making sure it is centered

  3. Gently flip it over to check that you are ok with the placement from the front view. Flip it back with the face down

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  1.  Add hot glue to the back of the agate slice and then place the watercolor paper that was cut to size on top of the agate slice and glue. Press gently to secure

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  1.  Replace the back of the frame, being careful not to press too hard, which could break the glass.

  2. Secure the back with the anchors and VOILA! You have a framed agate slice, and totally on trend! 🙂

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I did a series of 4, since they work best in groupings

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Here is a picture of a series of framed geodes from High Point Market

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Here is the finished product hung in my son’s bedroom for the One Room Challenge

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Here’s a close up

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This DIY was easy and pretty quick – about 30 minutes to assemble all four. Agate slices are widely available at local and online retailers.

So what are your thoughts? Would you incorporate agates or geodes into your home?

PS. Be sure to check out our BOGO sale going on now. Click here for details

katy Interior Designer

Wishing You Beauty and Inspiration!


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Jul 26, 2023

Whether you're an experienced crafter or a beginner looking for a rewarding project, working with agate slices offers a delightful mix of artistry, nature appreciation, and home decor enhancement. Thanks, Veronica for your awesome insights!really helpful! keep up the good work!

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