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DIY // White, Copper & Cork Coasters

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These cork coasters are another really fun and simple DIY. The pattern and colour combinations are limitless! We want to do this DIY again with some fun bold colours too!

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What you'll need //

-Tape

-2 to 3 different paints (we used 2)

-Blank cork coasters

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Play around with strips of tape and make a pattern on the coaster. Where this tape is covering is where the cork will remain exposed.

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Once you have set your pattern (cork) cover areas that you will paint your 2nd colour (white in our case).

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Apply your first coat of paint

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Once your first colour is dry remove the access tape (the one you covered 2nd not the original tape that remains to cover the cork). Then paint with your second colour (and so on if you choose to use 3 colours). 

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Once dry remove all the tape a pour yourself a drink!

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See other DIY's here!