DIY WOOD COASTERS
I was looking back at some old posts, and I had made a promise back in the Fall to share my wood coasters project. I think it got forgotten because it was a project that I did a few years ago, and I don't have any tutorial photos to share along with it. Whoops. But, I will try my best to remember all the details on how to make these rustic coasters that are still as good as new as the day we made them.
I was a little inspired on this project. At the time, Chapters was selling a version, but they were a bit too costly for me. Hubby and I were on a walk with my daughter, who was just a few months old at the time, when I spotted a thick branch on the side of the road. It was shortly after the Toronto ice storm of 2013, so there was fallen wood everywhere.
Fast forward to February, almost two years ago, and we finally got to work on that branch to make 5 beautiful wood coasters.
TOOLS & MATERIALS:
Wood branch (at least 3 1/2 inches thick)
180 grit snadpaper