Make this coaster by cutting out a desired traveling location, and adhere with modge podge.
Spray these cement honeycomb shaped tiles with a metallic coat.
Let your friends craft their own messages by painting Rustoleum chalkboard paint on a coaster.
This coaster is perfect for the beginning sewer, use pinking sheers for a decorative edge.
Use gems and gears to form the mosaic in the center, then pour resin over the coaster to make it harden.
If your friend loves magazines, clip and roll pages into a catalog coaster.
Assemble the corks into a square, stick together with hot glue, then decorate with a ribbon.
Add Martha Stewart Gilded gold paint to the edges of the Urban Outfitter recreation.
Mom would love seeing your face, just modge podge and seal with epoxy resin.
Chop up birchwood planks into 2 inch square pieces, then sand down to desired look.
String colorful bead together, then wind them on a cork sheet covered in glue.
Paint glass gems with Americana Gloss Enamels, for an American Flag coaster.
Stitch the body of this kitty with felt, and stuff the head with batting.
Glue felt to the bottom of the coaster, include rubbing alcohol, and now you have a fancy present. (Misty
Use sliced tree bark, outline the areas to paint in pencil, and fill in the lines with acrylic paint and glitter.
Use an inkjet printer to transfer vibrant color or images on the paper, then adhere with a clear matte sealer.
Durable and reliable, make this concrete decor by mixing concrete and gluing felt onto the bottom.
Modge podge a coaster, then sprinkle confetti all over it, and seal with a clear top coat of nail polish.
Take your hot glue gun and begin to adhere several felt balls of different sizes together for a fun little coaster.