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DIY Animal Ear Cake Toppers For Parties

Animal cake toppers is a fun idea for any party, and especially for the coming Easter. To make them you’ll need fondant or gum paste, toothpicks, mini leaf cookie cutter, cat cookie cutter, edible gold dust, clear lemon extract, a paintbrush and a rolling pin. For the bunny ears: Roll out white fondant and use a leaf cookie... More

13 Easy And Quick DIY Mouse Pads From Different Materials

Today’s roundup is especially for nerds! I’m kidding, of course, a good mouse pad is a necessary thing for any computer use, so practically for any modern person. Cork is a perfect base for any mouse pad, so just cut your piece and then go decorate it: paint it, attach paper or a piece of fabric or your favorite photo. You... More

DIY Mouse Pad With Scrapbook Paper And Cork

Need a creative mouse pad? Here’s an idea from ModPodgeRocksBlog! The supplies are round cork, scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, ribbon, paint, a foam brush, scissors, a pencil. Trace out shape of cork and now it’s time to add your fancy scrapbook paper. Cover the top part of the cork and the back of the scrapbook paper with some... More

Colorful And Glossy DIY Marble Coasters

Here is a colorful coaster project that has endless possibilities as the coasters come out completely unique each time. You’ll need sculpey oven bake clay, an X-acto knife, a rolling pin or clear jar, a large can, jar or stencil to trace, Gold Liquid Gilding and small paintbrush, glaze to give the final product a glossy... More

DIY Gilded Marble Hexagon Serving Boards

Need serving boards for a party? Let’s make a couple of stylish ones! You’ll need polished hexagon marble tiles, clear adhesive bumpers, liquid gold leaf and brush with painter’s tape. If you’re planning to go au natural with your color scheme, literally all you’ll have to do for this DIY project is stick the little... More

DIY Multi-Purpose Wood Roll-Up Tray

This wood roll-up tray is a mix of a travel valet tray, a hot food trivet, or a pad to set your laptop on – so functional! To make it you’ll need 4 strips of wood – 1.5″ wide x 1/4″ thick x 36″ long, a saw, a thick piece of felt of your choice, roughly 20 x 15″, wood glue and a rotary cutter.... More

Natural DIY Cork And Pebbles Trivet

A trivet is always necessary to save your furniture from spoiling, so let’s have a look at this one, that Prettyprudent blog shared with us. It’s really cool and natural-looking due to the pebbles on the top. You’ll need cork trivets, black river pebbles (or any others you got) and E6000® craft adhesive. Glue the pebbles... More

DIY Maple Leaf Cork Coasters

Fall is here, even if you live in one of the southern regions. It’s high time that we made some pretty accessories to welcome autumn! Today we’ll make these fun maple leaf coasters, you’ll need red and orange paints, round cork coasters, round sponge brush, varathane polyurethane spray, and a maple leaf cut-out or any... More

Pretty DIY Wood Hexagon Coasters

Do you need a couple of cool coasters? We’ve got a great idea for you! Let’s start with this piece of wood and sand it well if it’s rough. Use a sliding T bevel to figure out the angles on the hexagon coasters.  You can also kick it old school with a protractor and straight edge – or bust out some high school... More

Creative DIY Painted Cork Coasters

Coasters are always necessary to save your furniture. Let’s make these easy and cool ones, you’ll need a 12″x12″ piece of cork, a serrated knife, masking tape, a foam brush, acrylic paint. First, you need to divide your square of cork into nine 4″x4″ pieces using your masking tape as a guide and the... More