DIY Beer Coasters
You will need: Six-Pack cardboard beer holders Scissors Ceramic tiles Felt Mod Podge Hi-gloss Lacquer (see below) My boyfriend just recently moved, and I was looking for the perfect house warming gift that wouldn't break the bank, since his birthday was also just a few days later. So, I decided to make beer coasters- perfect for a man cave, and relatively inexpensive! Although, that is assuming you can gather the six pack holders for free in your daily life without having to buy them just…
DIY Wood Coasters Tutorial
Today I am going to show you how you can stencil pretty much anything in less than a minute. I found these adorable wood coasters at Target and I gave them a quick makeover using stencils and spray paint. I love how the gold patterns give them a modern chic look. …here they are ready to …
DIY Beer Coasters (Father's Day Gift Idea) - Hip2Save
Is the man in your life a fan of beer? If so, check out this unique DIY gift idea (perfect for Father’s Day) that uses cardboard beer carriers! These custom coasters turn out so cute and are super easy to make! If you prefer, you can opt to use soda boxes instead or even personal photos!
30 Sensational Sharpie Crafts That Will Beautify Your Life
DIY - Sharpie Coasters, ceramic tiles (free or very inexpensive at any home store center), rubbing alcohol added with a straw or eyedropper, (for the colors to mix) -- Great inexpensive gifts!
Painted concrete floor. I took black concrete paint and covered the concrete floor. Bought some metallic paint watered it down, sloshed it on my black floor and then used the air compressor to blow the colors around. Let dry and varithane 4 or 5 times. VA walla acid wash looking floors without the $$$$.
Kitchen Seating – How Much Knee Space Do I Need?
Informal kitchen seating is great for coffee and snack breaks – here’s how much knee space you need for comfortable seating at islands and peninsulas