Do It Yourself Cork Coasters

Everyday after Z.E.N. finishes his homework, he heads to the living room, curls up with a book and reads for a bit. The problem is, he also brings a drink along and sometimes places his cups on the tables without a coaster. When I noticed this was happening, I went to grab a coaster but couldn’t find one.  Now I know we have coasters in this house.  I purchased them myself, but I have no idea where they have all disappeared to. I didn’t want to spend anymore money on buying coasters, so I decided to make some do it yourself cork coasters myself after seeing these cute stenciled coasters on Pinterest.

Check out how I made my coasters below:

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I thought the coaster rounds I purchased were a little too flat so I used two rounds per coaster.  I adhered the rounds together using the tacky glue. I waited for the glue to dry and then I got to work with stenciling.

I positioned the adhesive stencil on the coaster round and pressed down firmly to make sure it was on firmly. Then I used the paint marker to create the design.

When I was done with the design I let the paint dry and then pulled off the stencil.

do it yourself coasters and paint marker

Next, I used the paint marker to paint the edge of a few of the coasters and voila! My cute do it yourself coasters were done and ready for use!

DIY cork coasters

What I love about this little diy project is the fact that you could make this your own using the stencil and paint colors of your choice.

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do it yourself cork coasters

 

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Diane Nassy

Diane is a New Jersey-based writer and blogger. She is a wife and the mom of a 9-year-old little boy. Through her blog, she wants to inspire moms to find Zen in their lives while offering practical tips and other valuable information to help families deal with everyday issues. Check out Diane's Google+ profile "

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