Polaroid Coasters DIY or cute pics with magnets??!

DIY: Homemade Polaroid Coasters

Photo emulsion transfer to look like polaroid coasters. Great idea for finished presentation of a digital photo project. // I've done this project already.

From 1959, here's the great group, The Coasters singing 'Poison Ivy' love love love hulle

The Coasters - "Poison Ivy" (Original) "You can look but you'd better not touch!" "You're gonna need an ocean of calamine lotion!

How to Make Photo Coasters! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com - this DIY Coaster craft using Mod Podge is SO simple and they make the cutest little gifts! #modpodge #crafts #thefrugalgirls

How to Make Photo Coasters! DIY Coaster craft using Mod Podge. Can do with funny quotes (think Trader Joes) or verses

Beautiful Coasters: free pattern

ROOM ON THE LEFT: spring coasters.or maybe try cotton yarn for dishcloths. Seems to be too lumpy for coasters.

The self-promotional designs featuring senior citizens of a beach community, were done in collaboration with Parliament of Owls to launch their new letterpress imprintable die-cut coaster line titled The Coasters. The coasters were letterpress printed in Pantone 325 Green-Blue and Pantone 142 Orange on 60 point Pulp Board stock. See the rest on the Cranky Pressman’s blog.

The self-promotional designs featuring senior citizens of a beach community, were done in collaboration with Parliament of Owls to launch their new letterpress imprintable die-cut coaster line titled The Coasters. The coasters were letterpress printed in

Pair a gift card from The Home Depot with DIY coasters to bring holiday cheer to the entertainer on your shopping list. Click through to purchase your gift card from The Home Depot now!  • Secure a 4x4-in. square of wrapping paper to a white ceramic tile with adhesive spray. • Use Rust-Oleum Parks 1-qt. Gloss Super Glaze Finish and Preservative Kit to glaze each coaster. • Once dry, apply furniture pads, cork or felt to the bottom. • Finish with a ribbon to secure the coasters and gift card.

Pair a gift card from The Home Depot with DIY coasters to bring holiday cheer to the entertainer on your shopping list. Click through to purchase your gift card from The Home Depot now!

Martha Stewart tutorial for sewing coasters. One coaster takes about 10 - 15 minutes, start to finish. I substituted fleece for batting.

Quilted Coaster Set

Quilted Coaster Set These coasters make a great housewarming gift. Each takes about 15 minutes to complete, so it's easy to plan on making a set of four or six for a generous gift. Make a Quilted Coaster Set

As the water condenses it forms a flowing river on the coaster! Very cool!

Flowing City Coaster

The city of Taipei hs been resized into a small coaster. Condensation from your cup will slowly flow through the entire city. The water will first fill up the river and lowly work its way into the narrower streets and alleys.

Crocheted Scented Christmas Ornaments My idea is to take a Mug with Co-Co in it and give this as the coaster for the mug.

Crocheted Scented Christmas Ornaments Idea: take a Mug with Co-Co in it and give this as the coaster for the mug.

I saw this little DIY  on  Style Me Pretty Home  , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and  satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't  exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin  tin,  I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan,  set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them  out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

Home DIY: Colorful Coasters

DIY coasters, melted pony beads, easy project, simple crafts, Wouldn't it be Lovely (Diy Ornaments Home)

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