DIY Super Bowl Football Coaster – Another Coaster Friday

The big game is this weekend and here are some fun coasters to add to the festivities.

Supplies You Will Need

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  • Resin
    • When deciding on which resin to use for your coasters, you need to keep in mind whether you want it just for cold cups or for hot as well.
      • If only for cold drinks, you can be flexible and use whatever brand you like:
      • If you want it to work for both hot and cold drinks, you need to look for a heat resistant resin, like these:
        • FX Poxy ~ According to the manufacturer, this one is heat resistant to 500° F.
        • Stone Coat

Football Coaster Video Tutorial

Directions

  1. Prepare your resin according to the package directions. One ounce should do it.

2. Mix in green chunky glitter.

3. Pour into mold. Use a lighter to pop the bubbles.

4. Let it cure for a minimum of 12 hours.

5. Put stickers on the resin.

6. Mix one more ounce of resin and pour it over the coaster. Use your lighter to pop the bubbles.

7. Allow it to cure at least 12 hours.

8. Unmold your ultra cool coaster.

Football coaster diy

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Thanks for stopping by! Remember: Life’s too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™ Stay safe!

Mona

2 thoughts on “DIY Super Bowl Football Coaster – Another Coaster Friday”

  1. This one was cute! I discussed your coasters with my mother and she was wondering: Do you ever attach an absorbent surface like cork to your coasters? If so, please show how. Thanks! Happy Creating!

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    • Hi Barbara- I have put backing on some of my older ones, but I like it better without. It's smooth and won't scratch the table. If the cork gets wet, your table is damp anyway. You could buy cork sheets at the craft store and cut them to size, or you could buy the pre made rounds, which will be close. I haven't had a glass with enough condensation yet to run off the coaster, if that helps. Mona 🙂

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