This DIY Pallet Coaster was made by my oldest Kylie who has turned into the little crafter!! She wanted to make some new coasters for our house and fell in love with the idea o DIY Pallet Coaster that my girlfriend Jenn told her how to do! This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerHydration #CollectiveBias (I have included links to some great products that I have bought on my own to make my journey easier. You can buy them too through my online sales links.)
With summer here I am finding myself adding, even more, liquids to my diet than other parts of the year because let’s face it the more you sweat the more you must drink. There have been days where it is roasting and we are still running all sorts of errands! I make sure to change up what I drink and have a whole variety of different drinks. I don’t know about you but I get bored drinking the same thing, plus the fun coasters make the drinks more fun!
DIY Pallet Coaster Supplies
Craft Sticks I used 6
Square Dowel cut into three piece
Hot glue gun
DIY Pallet Coaster Directions:
The first step is to make sure you lay out how you want yours. I opted to do 6 on mine and spaced them out on the dowel.
Cut the curved end of the craft sticks off this can be tricky and I broke a couple but went fairly fast
Plug in your glue gun to get it warmed up
Measure out the size of Washi tape and stick on to the cut craft stick
Once your cut craft sticks are covered with Washi tape start to lay them out to be hot glued
Dab a circle on the back side of the craft stick and attach Washi tape side up to the square dowel *You may need to hold for a bit for it to cool down for attachment to the square dowel
Hot glue six craft sticks to one square dowel and then flip it over after the glue has cooled off
Place drops of hot glue on the opposite side attach the other square dowel and apply pressure till the glue dries off
In between the first two dowels in the middle attach the third square dowel down the middle of the craft sticks for extra support
Allow for the glue to dry and enjoy your coaster!!
I feel in love with pallets when I made our Pallet planter box so I decided to get creative for my workspace and make a pallet coaster. I am always placing my drink down in random places so having a designated coaster helps to save papers when I am working!
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