Popsicle stick coasters All you need for 1 coaster: 15 popsicle sticks Super glue (10 for the top and 5 for the bottom for better support)

Popsicle stick coasters All you need for 1 coaster: 15 popsicle sticks Super glue (10 for the top and 5 for the bottom for better support)

Check out the tutorial: #DIY Mini Pallet Coasters @istandarddesign

DIY Mini Pallet Coasters

These Subway Art Popsicle Stick Coasters from @ellaandannie are so easy for kids to make, and they're a fun way to show Mom how much they love her. This Mother's Day craft is ideal for home or as a classroom craft.

Subway Art Popsicle Stick Coasters

These Subway Art Popsicle Stick Coasters from @ellaandannie are so easy for kids to make, and they're a fun way to show Mom how much they love her. This Mother's Day craft is ideal for home or as a classroom craft.

Vikalpah: DIY Coasters using popsicle sticks - 2 ways (Wood burning & Painting)

Vikalpah: DIY Coasters using popsicle sticks - 2 ways (Wood burning & Painting)

How to Make a Popsicle Stick Coaster #summerofjoann #diy

How to Make a Popsicle Stick Coaster

76 Crafts To Make and Sell - Easy DIY Ideas for Cheap Things To Sell on Etsy, Online and for Craft Fairs. Make Money with These Homemade Crafts for Teens, Kids, Christmas, Summer, Mother’s Day Gifts. | Washi Tape Mini Wood Pallet Coasters | diyjoy.com/crafts-to-make-and-sell

76 Crafts To Make and Sell - Easy DIY Ideas for Cheap Things To Sell on Etsy, Online and for Craft Fairs. Make Money with These Homemade Crafts for Teens, Kids, Christmas, Summer, Mother’s Day Gifts. | Washi Tape Mini Wood Pallet Coasters | diyjoy.com/crafts-to-make-and-sell

Using pallets in crafting and home decorating is all the rage these days.  Add a whimsical touch to your decor with these cute, and handy, pallet coasters made from popsicle sticks.

Using pallets in crafting and home decorating is all the rage these days. Add a whimsical touch to your decor with these cute, and handy, pallet coasters made from popsicle sticks.

Past • Present • Future Art inspiration for the GCSE exam topic, using lollipop sticks to represent something eaten in the past (recycling, rubbish) and then creating a painting or illustration that could relate to the other topics as well. Photo credit to @colours_to_inspire on Instagram

Past • Present • Future Art inspiration for the GCSE exam topic, using lollipop sticks to represent something eaten in the past (recycling, rubbish) and then creating a painting or illustration that could relate to the other topics as well. Photo credit to @colours_to_inspire on Instagram

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