Make your own DIY Tropical Coasters for a summer party. These are easy to make and only take minutes.
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It’s time for this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosted by Erlene from My Pinterventures. This is always a fun blog hop with tons of great ideas and loads of creativity shared! It’s great to find a pin and give it your own spin. This year, each month will have a theme and the theme for June is Summer or 4th of July projects.
Be sure to check out the links at the bottom of the post for lots more Pinterest inspired ideas.
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I used a thrift store find caddy last month to make a Tropical Party Caddy and wanted to make more accessories with that design. In searching Pinterest for tropical party decor, I saw a set of diy coasters painted with fruit slices from The Crafted Life. That gave me the idea to use the same leaf stencil that I used for the caddy to make my own tropical coasters.
DIY Tropical Coasters
Last year, I found a package of these coasters at my local Goodwill. The unopened package had twenty of them.
I painted each coaster white using DecoArt acrylic paint. I used the tropical leaf stencil on each one using a different color for each. Using a spouncer instead of a brush gives clearer edges.
I love using self adhesive stencils when I can find ones that have the design I want. If the stencil isn’t self adhesive, be sure to tape it down well using painter’s tape. Make sure to clean the stencil after applying each paint color.
To protect the stencils, I gave each of them three coats of DecoArt DuraClear Gloss Varnish, allowing them to dry between each coat.
With just paint and a stencil, you can create any design to match a party’s theme.
While we still aren’t having parties or family get togethers yet, these will be ready to use when we do.
Supply List for Tropical Cork Coasters
- Plain Coasters
- Paint Spouncers
- Protective Finish
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DIY Tropical Coasters
Meet this month’s Pinterest Challenge Hosts!
My Pinterventures • Across the Boulevard
Cookies Coffee and Crafts • Farm Girl Reformed • Slices of Life
Decorate and More with Tip • Purple Hues and Me
Life Beyond Kitchen • Created Homemade • Domestic Deadline
Mom Home Guide • Sum of their Stories • Teadoddles
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Now, let’s see what the other hosts have created. ⇓⇓