It’s a joy to be at the dining table with family and friends. Food is always a part of any celebration. It’s easy to make people happy with the food. But it’s more enticing to eat when you have a good table set up.
This is why we invest in a nice centerpiece, beautiful utensils, and table napkins. Also included are coasters. They might go unnoticed from time to time, but they form part of the picture, too.
There is a lot being sold in the market. However, making your own makes them more special. Wood coasters are particularly appealing, and they’re hard to ignore.
This DIY project will let you make nice coasters out of dead tree branches. If you make a bunch of them today, you’ll have a lot to give away for Christmas! These will make great presents for family and friends.
What you’ll need to make sliced wood coasters…
- Dead tree branches
- Wood glue
- Plywood board
- Teak oil stain
- Hemispherical bumper pads
- Benchtop bandsaw
- Carpenter’s square
- Router planer
- 80 and 200 grit sandpaper
- Table saw
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Thanks to mikeasaurus for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…