Search here...
TOP

Search Results for: coasters

resin river table coasters
FEATURED

I’ve made my fair share of resin river projects on my blog (see Example 1 & Example 2). But, I know that these projects can be intimidating for friends who haven’t done large deep pour projects yet. So, to help get you started on your resin river table journey, I’m sharing a tutorial for DIY “faux” Resin River Coasters tutorial using leftover materials from my shop! What do I mean by “faux”? Keep reading to

diy wood coasters
FEATURED

Recently someone on my YouTube channel pointed out that I love making coasters…and it’s no secret. I really, really do. Coasters are hands down the easiest project to make with scrap wood. There is no shortage of them coming out of my workshop because I’m not-so-secretly a giant scrap wood hoarder. That being said, I am so excited to share my next set of custom coasters, Geometric Wood Coasters! Even cooler, I made them with

FEATURED
Woodworking

DIY Resin And Wood Coasters

FEATURED

I’m all about using things I already have laying around my shop (since, I’m basically a lumber hoarder). So, when I had some off-cuts available to use from my DIY resin and wood key holder, I knew I wanted to save them for a coaster project. Even cooler, I had some deep pour epoxy leftover as well and made good use of that too! This is a project that has been on my list for a while, and I’m so excited to share it with you!

diy wooden coaster set
FEATURED
Woodworking

DIY Scrap Wood Coasters

FEATURED

Hi, my name is Sam and I am a scrap wood hoarder. My scrap wood pile has been climbing out of control for years. I keep every small off cut in hopes that I can create a masterpiece with it, but really it just sits around and stares at me. So, when I was invited to participate in a Scrap Wood Challenge with 18 other amazing bloggers, I jumped at the chance to partner up with my friends at DAPĀ and create a set of scrap wood coasters! Even better, I was able to salvage some of my better hardwood offcuts with the use of three tools – a table saw, miter saw, and sander. Let’s do this!