DIY: Wood Coasters

December 04 , 2011 by: Hong DIY, Gift, Holiday, Weddings

This past weekend I started the first of my DIY Holiday Gifts project.

Little did I know, this was much more labor intensive than I had anticipated.

Truth be told, I did not use the hand saw for the entire project. On the other hand, I did not have a table saw either, which would have been less time consuming. Once all the wood pieces are cut, sand it down and then you can either Shellac it or use Tung oil to stain it. (Please note: No trees were specifically harmed for this project. They all died of natural causes)

Wouldn’t these also be great favors for a Breaking Dawn-esque type wedding? What do you think?

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  • Looks straight out of Anthro!

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