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10 comments:

Nicole Gunyon said...

I've been looking all over because i'm sure you've answered this question before but couldn't find the answer . . . . what do you do with all of the coasters?

Craft Klatch said...

I have them in my coffee table and break them out at parties.

Nicole Gunyon said...

It's me again : ) I made my first coaster yesterday with my 5 year old son. We love watching your coaster video's together. I filled it with wood buttons and of course they rose to the top which gave it a lumpy top. At first he liked it and wanted to keep it that way but now he wants it flat. Have you ever placed a coaster back in the mold and poured another layer on top? I'm worried that i'll mess it up. Any suggestions? Thanks!!

Roger Baeumler said...

I have been making photo coasters with tiles and epoxy resin. Have you every used a photo printed from like Walmart, CVS or other in a coaster? I would like to start making some coasters this way. Do you use a square mold and do you use resin release when you make your coasters? Your sight gave me so many ideas. Thank you.

joseph blevins said...

I posted your youtube video to Facebook is that not allowed? Please let me know i can delete it.

joseph blevins said...

Please and I'm sorry if so

joseph blevins said...

Please and I'm sorry if so

Craft Klatch said...

Hi Joseph- If you shared it on your Facebook page, either with a share button, or by posting the url, that is okay and thank you! If you pulled it off of YouTube and loaded it onto Facebook as your own video, that is not okay.
Thank you for asking and thank you for watching.
Mona

joseph blevins said...

Mona thanks i was wanting to know can you make a coaster with water inside like where the water moves around?

joseph blevins said...

Mona thanks i was wanting to know can you make a coaster with water inside like where the water moves around?