Make a Splash at your next dinner party!
Let's face it, novelty objects are the so much fun, and I love myself a great theme party. Growing up, creativity was not just fuelled in art class, i applied in the most when throwing a party-which is why I love birthdays so much. Thank God for my mama bear who always let me decorate and plan my themes, it was truly annual event. I just got back from my Floridian vacation and let's just say all my January crafts are inspired by summer. I cannot wait try making disney ears! Stay tuned for that its going to be a magical experience- at least I hope so lol. Regardless I really enjoy the process of learning and well this one has been on my mind for a while.
Okay! I just side tracked but there is always room for Disney- am i right?
Let's jump right back in our super simple and fun coasters!
What you will need:
Supplies needed and not pictured, Coasters, I used cork material ones I found at the dollarama and also available at A Dollar Store with More. Paint, paint brushes, paper towel, palette paper, water container.
Step 1: using a pencil or sharpie draw polka dots
I used circles but any desired design is great too. Be creative as possible.
Step 2: Paint or Colour in design
Glue a picture of water on-top of your cork coaster and seal with modge podge, once paint is dry apply a thin layer of top coat modge podge to your float. This will help with water resistance. Using gorilla glue attach the foam ring onto the coaster and let dry.
Now to try new cocktail recipes!
Cheers Artsist's and Happy Creating Mosaic Fam<3