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DIY Gold and White Coasters
Recently my grandma let me rummage through her garage and take whatever I wanted. After filling a box full of vintage blue mason jars I found these kind of ugly coasters in a box. Since they were free and in great shape I decided to snag them to give them makeover.

Lucky for me I found some stencils in my craft room stash and some white and gold spray paint.

Posted by Kristina B. from Springfield, Illinois, United States • Published See Kristina B.'s 8 projects »
  • Step 1

    Before busting out the spray paint, be sure to clean off your coasters and dry them and work on a clean surface. When spray painting you don’t want to be working on a dirty surface to avoid spraying around any dirt onto your coasters (learned from experience….).

    You also want to work in short bursts and light coats. I did two coats of gold on the coasters and let dry between each coat.

  • How to paint a painted coaster. Diy Gold And White Coasters - Step 2
    Step 2

    After that layer dried I added my stencils. I already had an idea of what I wanted to do after I saw my stencils, so I didn’t really plan it out much. I’d recommend before any painting to cut out your stencils and lay them on your stencil until you like the layout and take a photo for reference after you paint.

  • How to paint a painted coaster. Diy Gold And White Coasters - Step 3
    Step 3

    fter the stencils were laid out nice and pretty, and firmly and flatly, I grabbed my white spray paint and did 3 light layers with a few touch ups.

    Finally, after removing the stencils I used some leftover wax from my prior projects to seal the coasters and brought them inside!

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