DIY Hexagon Wood Coasters

I have just found these very cute and very stylish wood coasters by Jade and Fern that yes you can make yourself! 

Here is a quick step by step guide but for full details head to: http://jadeandfern.com/diy-wood-hexagon-coasters/

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Step 1:

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Cut out the hexagon template and trace onto wood. (Template via Jade and Fern website) 

Step 2:

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Clamp your wood down onto a surface and saw off the corners. 

Step 3.

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Give your coasters a good sand to make them nice and smooth ready for paint.

Step 4.

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Paint your coasters any colour you like. Here they’ve painted one half of the coasters.

Step 5.

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Use the hexagon template to cut out  the adhesive cork and apply it to the back of the coasters.

Finished Product!

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Now you are done! Time to enjoy your hard work! These would make a fantastic gifts especially coming up to Christmas. Once again full credit to the very talented http://jadeandfern.com/  for coming up with these great coasters.

I have class this weekend and some large projects to start. I won’t be able to have a parisa update this week. This trend definitely will end once I graduate in may of 2015.

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