For those who love a natural or rustic look, this DIY project is for you! These coasters are so quick and easy to make, that other than the drying time, you’ll be finished in just a few minutes.
Here's what you'll need...
Rockite Expansion Cement
Mason Jar Lids
Container for mixing cement
Plastic spoon for mixing
Use E6000 to glue the lid to the mason jar ring. This may not be necessary, but better safe than sorry.
Mix the cement according to package directions & pour into the mason jar lids. Don't fill them to the top. The rocks will make the cement higher once they're added.
Press rocks or pebbles into the cement. Make sure the rocks are similar in size so your glasses don't wobble.
Perfect for inside or outside on a patio!
You may want to make plenty to give as gifts!
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