I have absolutely been loving playing around with these circular wood pieces.
The minute I think I would create something other than a coaster, I always end up making ANOTHER coaster yet again.
What can I say, they are just the perfect candidate for it.
So today I wanted to compile all of the ones I have made so far in one place so you can get inspired as well or get ideas as to how to make your own.
I will also add the main products I used in all four of the coasters in one place so it is easier for you guys but if you want the detailed supply list, just click on them individually and you will get to the post and tutorial.
Lets jump right into it shall we.
This was my first time playing around with colored wood stain and I absolutely enjoyed the results.
Plus they were super simple to make as well.
You guys will notice a pattern of how simple all of these coasters really are to create as we move along.
In this project I think the Liquid Gold Gilding made all the difference in the end result.
This was also a fun one to create.
I played around with Resin and turquoise stones to create these unique wood coasters.
This one out of all of the four involves time as Resin takes time to dry and for it to fully dry and cure is about 72 hours.
But they turned out gorgeous!
I think this one out of the four has to be the easiest.
I just used a fabric that I really liked, some Mod Podge and Liquid Gold Gilding.
And this was the final result.
Tropical Leaf Coaster
And last but not least my Tropical Leaf Coasters.
Just like the last one where I used fabric but in this one I used an Artificial Monsterra Leaf to create this fun little Tropical look.
I finished it off with some Liquid Gold Gilding or you could also use a Gold Sharpie as well.
And there you have it.
If you liked the wood coasters I created be sure to Pin it for later.