3 easy DIY coaster ideas (the perfect gift for ghoulish gal pals) November 6, 2017besnik Prev3 of 4NextClick Next Page ( Page # ) to Continue Reading ! Step 4: Soak the pins for about 24 hours Put about 20 clothes pins per bowl. View full project Step 5: Pull the clothespins out and air dry This step might take a couple of days. View full project Step 6: Hot glue the clothespins together Mix and match your clothespins for different coaster designs. View full project Step 7: Enjoy yourself or give them as gifts! (Chas) View full project Create Your Own Stunning Faux Agate Coasters View full project Step 1: Roll chunks of clay into balls Repeat with several shades of the color of your choice. Also roll up balls of white, translucent and pearl white. View full project Step 2: Place all the balls in the freezer Freeze the balls for 10 to 30 minutes. View full project Step 3: Grate each ball into a separate pile View full project Step 4: Roll together the light colors Gather a bit of white, translucent, and shimmery white and mix them without mushing them together. View full project Step 5: Mix other three colors together Gather more piles of three colors and mix without mushing them. Repeat until you have 8-10 ball combinations. View full project Step 6: Roll balls between parchment paper Roll the colorful balls between parchment or wax paper into thin layers. View full project Step 7: Wrap flat layers around light balls Take the light balls you made before and wrap the flat colorful layers around them. Sponsored Sponsored View full project Step 8: Wrap around more shavings and layers Repeat this until all layers have been used up and you have a large hockey puck looking shape. View full project Step 9: Wrap with a flat layer of gold clay Roll a chunk of gold clay into a ball and then flatten. Wrap the gold around the “puck”. View full project Step 10: Cut the “puck” into 1/4″ slices View full project Step 11: Roll the slices between wax papers Roll the slices out in all directions to create the shape you wish for your coasters. View full project Prev3 of 4NextClick Next Page ( Page # ) to Continue Reading !