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Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks | DIY Projects

Popsicle sticks and glue can be a crafter’s best friend. In just a few minutes, you can make yourself these awesome mini pallet coasters.

Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks | DIY Projects

Everyone’s foray into DIY crafting starts with a few simple tools: leftover fabric, scissors, cardboard, a glue gun and of course…popsicle sticks. Being budget-friendly is important to us, but we also like crafts that look like they’re worth way more than they really are. That’s why we’ve got some simple, yet awesome looking mini pallet coasters that are made from popsicle sticks.

 

What You Need to Make Mini Pallet Coasters:

  • 13 popsicle sticks
  • scissors
  • glue gun
  • wood varnish
  • wood stain
  • paintbrush

 

Step 1: Cut Sticks

Use your scissors to cut off both edges of each popsicle stick so that it’s completely rectangular.

Cut Sticks | Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks

 

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Step 2: Wood Varnish

Brush your popsicle sticks with wood varnish.

Wood Varnish | Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks

 

Step 3: Glue Popsicle Sticks

Glue three popsicle sticks on their side onto two flat popsicle sticks like in the image below.

Glue Popsicle Sticks| Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks

Once the base is set up, glue the remaining 8 popsicle sticks on top.

Glue Remaining Sticks | Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks

 

Step 4: Wood Stain

Add a coat of wood stain on just a few parts of the pallet coaster and rub it in with a paper towel. This will give the coaster a more rustic look. Let them dry.

Wood Stain | Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks

 

Step 5: Enjoy

Set your favorite drinks down on your brand new pallet coaster(s)!

Enjoy | Make Mini Pallet Coasters From Popsicle Sticks

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