I've lived in a small town for the past ten and half years and today is my first day in the big city. I'm excited for adventures, and new leaps of faith. The number one reason why I decided to move is to be closer to my family. I have an amazing support system here. I couldn't ask for better parents.
My brother also is here, his wife, and three wonderful children. They are my kids support system. They came over to stay with me for our first night in our new home. Check out our Father's Day gift to their dad, my brother! Pallet Coasters!
Wood Craft Sticks (aka Popsicle sticks) - 12 per coaster; we made four = 48 wood sticks
Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Wood Stain - we used Rust-oleum 'Golden Oak'
Paint or foam brushes
We bought all of our supplies at Michaels. Check out www.michaels.com for more craft ideas!
We first started out by painting all 48 wood craft sticks. I then cut off the round ends of the sticks to make them a straight rectangle.
We then glued the wood craft sticks together to make a pallet. See pictures below on how we glued it!
If you want to add some finishing touches, feel free to get a silver paint pen and make dots on the ends to look like 'nails' in the pallet.
Enjoy your DIY Pallet Coasters :)! My cute 10 year old niece has a YouTube channel. She recorded us making these coasters - link will be up soon!
Kristi Q Le
Hi! I'm Kristi. I'm starting a new chapter...more like book...of my life. I'm a mama of 2. Going to take adventures and try new things! YOLO, but in a Godly way!