Happy Monday y’all! I hope you’re weekend has been great! I’ve caught my first cold this season, so mine hasn’t been that awesome at all, but hey, I did end up making these painted stenciled wooden coasters that I’m showing you today!
I don’t know, if you remember these mini floating shelves I made this summer? Well, I found out back then, that those were wooden plates, meant to serve octopus on…well, I’m not an octopus fan, and I just can’t imagine having it on these untreated wooden plates! It just seems really odd, but who cares, cause I went to get more and made these fun rustic coasters from them! The plates are perfect coasters to DIY.
I started, by giving them some brushes of white chalky finish paint. And then they looked like this.
I added numbers with my Martha Stewart stencils that I absolutely love. Simple and easy. I think they look really nice. I used a black permanent marker for this.
After the numbers were dry, using my brush and with the paint that was left on it, I lightly brushed over the numbers again, so they’d look a bit distressed. I waxed them and they were done!
Now, they can be pretty on the table just like that, or I can use them as coasters to hold things like ….
a pretty candle light…
a cute pumpkin cause it’s fall y’all…
or my yummy latte of course!
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