Hey everyone! Today I have a super fun tutorial sharing with you Amy Anderson, from Mod Podge Rock’s NEW stencil line. I’m ever so happy to get to test these out. I’m obsessed with stencils and after seeing these at Winter CHA, I knew I would love them. I’m sharing how to make Woodgrain Cork Coasters. This is a fun gift or just to use for your own home. Let’s get started!
First thing you need to do is, apply your stencil to your coaster and start daubing on paint. It’s really simple and what I love about these stencils is that they’re so easy to use.
Since the coaster is bigger then the stencil, you need to place the stencil on the other part and allign it with what you’ve already stenciled. It’s really easy to do so!
After that, continue daubing and remove the stencil when you’re done. Its so fun. Sit and let dry.
After they were dry, I took the paint and went around the edges to give it a finished look. I love how they turned out. Lastly, to make sure they will be able to endure use in years to come, I coated them with a layer of Outside Mod Podge! Let it dry and you’re ready to use.
It really is that easy! I have been loving these stencils and highly recommend them, especially for glittery projects. But I loved how they worked with paint.
I hope you enjoyed this awesome tutorial and I for sure want you to check out the Mod Podge Rocks Stencils! They for sure ROCK. You can find them online or at your local Michael’s Craft store. 🙂 I hope you all have a fantastic day and can’t wait to see you back here tomorrow for more DIY inspiration.