DIY Coaster Sets

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Fall is here and the weather will be getting colder soon. I talked about getting an early start on my holiday gift list back in July, this past weekend I worked on painting a few sets of coasters that I plan on gifting in these next few months.

I made three different sets of coasters; I’m very tempted to keep a set for myself. You can never have too many coasters right?

Materials:

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Materials for wooden coasters:

Wood Coasters, Acrylic Paint, Palette, Water, Paper Towel, Brushes, Multi-Purpose Sealer

Materials for ceramic coasters:

Ceramic Unpainted Coaster Set, Acrylic Paint, Palette, Brushes, StencilsMulti-Purpose Sealer

Materials for cork coasters:

Cork Coasters, Washi Tape, Acrylic Paint, Palette, Brushes,  Multi-Purpose Sealer

Directions:

Watercolor Wood Coasters:

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Paint a layer of clean water across the entire wooden coaster.

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Paint on the acrylic paint.

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Dab and wipe the excess paint off the coaster with a paper towel or napkin.

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Repeat until you get the desired coverage and color on each coaster.

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After the paint and water dries, finish with sealer.

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 Ceramic Stencil Coasters:

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Use stencils to create your design on each coaster.

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After the paint dries, finish with sealer.

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Washi Tape Cork Coasters:

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Use washi tape to create your designs or pattern on each coaster.

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After the paint dries, finish with sealer.

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