These DIY coasters make the cutest home decor
Get some use out of any spare buttons you have around the house. Glue two different colored buttons together using a hot glue gun, then add more buttons around the one in the center. Use the smallest buttons around the edges.
DIY Coaster Hack 1: Button coasters
Get some use out of any spare buttons you have around the house. Glue two different colored buttons together using a hot glue gun, then keep adding more buttons around the one in the center. Use the smallest buttons around the edges.
DIY Coaster Hack 2: Magazine coasters
Cut a magazine page into four strips. Fold the long edges of each strip inward toward the center, then fold the piece in half. Then, wrap the long strip around a skewer to create a coil, making sure to wrap it tightly. When you’re done, hot glue the end to seal the coil. Wrap and glue more strips of magazine paper around the coiled piece until your coaster reaches your desired size.
DIY Coaster Hack 3: Popsicle stick coasters
Trim the edges off giant popsicle sticks and lay a few down flat. Glue another popsicle stick down the center and sides, then another along the top and bottom edges. Flip it over and decorate any way you’d like.
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