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Friday, September 17, 2010

Repurposed Coasters

These were cute at one time (a decade ago) They had been sitting in a drawer in my living room for ages. (Not a decade they were a gift a while back) I do have some coasters that I use. They are glass and you can put your favorite pictures in them, but I left the pictures in and tell people this is my pretend family. (The husband is very GQ the wife, is very skinny, and the kids very perfect) anyway back to the project.

Here are the supplies I used.
*Paper-don't forget to coordinate with your decor

!!!!!!!!!!  I just remember this I was in Hancock Fabric the other day looking for some material for some curtain for my front window and as I was looking at the decorator fabric I though ooooh that looks like some scrapping paper I have and then I was looking further and though oooooooooooh, that would make some great scrapping paper. *Sick, Sick, Sick* okay back to the list

Really just look at the picture. I did use Gloo glue. I love Gloo the paper sicks super fast.

 Here is the coasters covered with some cute paper. They look so much better even with doing this. But wait..........

I used the Hard Coat Mod Podge since I was going to put my Ice Tea glass on them.

Ta Da.....I used the font from Elegant Cake Cricut Cartridge. The directions from the Modge Podge said 5 application. with 20 minutes in between. I did 3 (I got tired) when I use them I will see if I need more.
So dig down in your drawers and find to old ugly coaster and glam them up.

1 comment:

  1. Cute idea! I've never actually heard of Hard Coat Mod Podge. I'll have to try it!


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