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Make Sisal Rope Nautical Coasters

15 August 2013 2,317 views 3 Comments

by carissa

sisal rope nautical coasters

I love the beachy, summery feel of nautical decor. If nautical decor has a special place in your heart as well, consider making these adorable coasters from Chelsea at Making Home Base. This project is simple and doesn't take much time. You could even make a set for yourself and a set for a friend. [how to make DIY nautical coasters]

Project estimate:

  • Sisal Rope, $5 and up
  • Anchor stencil, on hand or $2 and up
  • Black craft paint, on hand
  • Foam pouncer, on hand or $1 for 5
  • Hot glue gun and glue

Total: $5 and up

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3 Comments »

  • Debbie said:

    I so think I can do these. but to find that rope and will have to free hand the anchor… can I???

    thanks for sharing!

  • carissa (author) said:

    Debbie,
    You could make a stencil for the anchor from contact paper or heavy cardstock so you don’t have to free hand it. Just look for anchor clipart online to use as the outline.

    Carissa

  • StephanieR said:

    This is seriously cute!

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