Materials Needed

- Silicone toilet seat mold. I used this one  - Epoxy resin kit  - Coins or paper money  - Gloves  - Mixing cups

Materials Needed

- Stirring sticks  - Release agent (like cooking spray)  - Sandpaper  - Drill  - Screws

Prepare the toilet seat mold

1. I bought this silicone toilet seat mold off of Amazon. You may want to spray a little bit of releasing agent onto the mold so that the finished seat removes easily once its hardened. The mold I bought was very flexible so that wasn’t an issue.

Prepare the money

2. Select the coins or currency you want to embed in the resin. Clean the coins or currency with soap and water to remove any dirt or grime. Dry them thoroughly before moving on to the next step.

Mix the resin

3. Follow the instructions on the epoxy resin kit to mix the resin and hardener. The brand I used was a 1:1 mix, meaning equal parts of the resin and hardener are mixed together. Stir the mixture well until it is completely blended. Be sure to wear gloves and work in a well-ventilated area while mixing the resin.

Add the coins and paper money

4. Pour a small amount of the mixed resin into the toilet seat. Place the coins or currency into the resin, making sure they are spaced evenly apart. Once you have placed all the coins, pour the remaining resin on top, covering the coins completely.

Pour the epoxy resin into the mold

5. Once you have mixed the epoxy resin, pour it into the mold, filling it to the desired level. Only pour small amounts at a time. Fill about 1/4 inch thickness and let it cure a few hours before adding more. Doing several thinner layers rather than one thick one will help it dry better and faster.

Allow the resin to cure & Sand and drill toilet seat

6. Allow the resin to cure for at least 24 hours. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for curing time.  7. Once the resin has cured, sand the edges of the toilet seat to make it smooth.

Drill holes for the screws & Attach the toilet seat

8. Use a drill to make holes for the toilet seat hinges. Your silicone seat mold likely comes with the hardware and instructions.   9. Attach the toilet seat to the toilet using screws. Make sure the screws are tightened securely to avoid any wobbling.