turn your favorite art into a coffee table conversation piece
These coasters are great for preserving your beloved art prints in a new way. You can stay classy while protecting your furniture - Mod Podge hard coat makes these coasters durable.
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Trim your poster print or your postcards to size of the wooden squares, taking care not to trim away components you want to include.
Glue the art to one side of the wood, ensuring all sides and corners are thoroughly anchored. Use a bone folder to smooth if needed.
Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge Hard Coat to one face - painting in unidirectional strokes. Let dry at least 30 minutes. Repeat until you have 5 layers on each face, including the edges - don't leave any wood or paper exposed.
Use 400 grit sandpaper to wet sand the coasters. Polish with #0000 steel wool. You can repeat step 4 as needed until your coasters are as thick as desired.