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Premier Epoxy Workshops

 
 

Contractors, remodelers, DIY’ers and artists all have a home here at RK3 Designs. With classes covering epoxy basics all the way through going PRO with an epoxy business of your own.

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Epoxy 101

Learn how to properly mix, pour and create beautiful finishes with epoxy in this 2 day workshop. We’ll not only show you how, but also provide hands on projects to master the techniques we cover.

Even if you’ve never worked with epoxy before, you’ll quickly find yourself loving the finishes you are able to create.

 
 
 

+ Advanced Techniques

Available as a 1 day class or in addition to Epoxy 101, we’ll go over several techniques to create more complex colors and patterns.


PRO Class

In this 3 day workshop, you’ll learn everything you need to know to build custom epoxy countertops and showers. We’ll cover templating and building from scratch, pouring epoxy finishes and solutions to challenging situations you may encounter.

We also provide sample contracts and teach you how to price, bid jobs and grow your epoxy business with social media marketing.

 
 
 

+ Epoxy Essentials

This 1 day "mini" version of Epoxy 101 will prepare you for the epoxy skills and techniques essential for PRO Class. If you have already attended Epoxy 101 or Advanced Techniques, this class is not necessary.

 
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The class Rhonda gives is absolutely incredible. It is very informative and... be prepared to get your hands dirty.
— Billy A.
Whether you’re looking at starting your own business, making this a hobby, or wanting to learn how to do your own your projects; these are the teachers that you want to learn from!!!
— Suzette J.
 
 
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Rhonda Dracoulis

Founder and Primary Instructor

RK3 Designs started as a way for Rhonda to showcase her creativity, but has blossomed into a way to help others find theirs. Her obsession with painting led her to start refinishing furniture and kitchen cabinets. She found customers wanted a nicer option than laminate but more affordable and customizable than natural stone, which lead her to countertop epoxy! Since then, she’s helped hundreds of students, from across the country (and even Canada eh?).

 
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