Easy To Make DIY Metallic Birch Coasters

Easy To Make DIY Metallic Birch Coasters
Natural decor is always in trend! To make these cool coasters you’ll need slices of birch wood, polyurethane spray, metallic acrylic paint, paper towels and a stir stick. First, you’ll want to mix up your paint. Mix a ratio of equal parts of paint and water. You want the paint to be diluted when you... 
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Simple DIY Fabric Tile Coasters To Make

Simple DIY Fabric Tile Coasters To Make
We’ve seen a lot of tile coasters but in the fall we all want something softer and cozier, so let’s soften them with fabric! Prepare 4″ square white ceramic tiles, mod podge glue, 1/2 yard of fabric, 1″ foam paint brush, scissors, a pencil, a ruler. Begin by laying out your fabric and either measure... 
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DIY Marble Tile Coasters With Nails Polishes

DIY Marble Tile Coasters With Nails Polishes
Marble decor is getting more and more trendy, let’s follow the trend and make these coasters. The supplies are trays, mugs, coasters. Get a bin and fill it with warm water. If you don’t use warm water, the nail polish will harden quickly and it won’t stick to the tile. Next uncap all of the... 
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Bold DIY Hexagon Cork Coasters

Bold DIY Hexagon Cork Coasters
Geometric coasters is a trendy and cool thing, to make these ones from aparedeindecisa.com you’ll need a cork sheet, a hexagon mold, a brush, crayon, masking tape, acrylic paint and varnish. Use a template to trace the amount of cork coasters you want. Try to draw hexagons very close together to make better use of... 
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Quick To Make DIY Slatted Wooden Trivet

Quick To Make DIY Slatted Wooden Trivet
With just a few ½-inch square dowels, some twine and a few nuts, this handy trivet can be pulled together before the dinner bell rings. Using the cut list, cut the square dowels to size using a handsaw or miter saw. Lay the slats side-by-side with their ends aligned. Make a registration mark near one... 
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Original DIY Neon Mosaic Tile Trivet

Original DIY Neon Mosaic Tile Trivet
I love mosaics as this ancient pattern allows creating wonderful and eye-catching items,and this trivet is one of them. The supplies are neon acrylic paint, unsanded grout, an exacto knife, a square white tile, peel-and-stick floor tile, squeegee, a plastic molding. You need to figure out what size to cut your peel-and-stick tile. Measure your... 
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Easy DIY Crisscross Coasters From Tiles

Easy DIY Crisscross Coasters From Tiles
Wanna a couple of simple and original coasters? FallForDIY blog had shared a wonderful idea of crisscross coasters that you can easily make even with your kids! Prepare tiles, porcelain paint, a paint brush. With plenty of paint on your brush, paint stripes along the tile. Keep the spacing and brush strokes rough. Turn the... 
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IKEA Hack: DIY Black And Gold Coasters

IKEA Hack: DIY Black And Gold Coasters
Black and gold are a very elegant and luxurious color combo, so let’s make these cool coasters right in these shades. The supplies are IKEA SKÖTSEL coasters, a palette knife, gold acrylic paint, black spray paint. Assemble all the materials together. Spray paint over the coasters to coat it evenly. Wipe off dust from the... 
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Easy DIY Trivet Of Wine Corks And Metal

Easy DIY Trivet Of Wine Corks And Metal
Why are cork crafts so super cool? Because they are cheap and easy to make! Cork can be a perfect source for almost anything, from a laptop sleeve to a backsplash. If you like wine and have lots of corks at home, it’s time to use them! This cork trivet is super easy to make.... 
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Colorful And Glossy DIY Marble Coasters

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... 
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