I’ve been in love with the idea of these photo coasters for a long time. They were a guest post from Dana Vastano on Click It Up a Notch. Of course, though, it was one of those projects that keeps getting pushed back, and who has epoxy resin on hand at home? But this month’s partnership with Click It Up a Notch and The Unexpected Everyday was the perfect time to take a trip to Lowes and a closer look at the pin to actually make my own photo coasters.
The how-to over on Click it Up A Notch is so simple and easy to follow that it takes the scary out of something as permanent and seemingly serious as epoxy resin. (It even sounds serious, doesn’t it?) But I’m here to say that as long as you follow the directions, you can have some beautiful and amazing results.
My Instagram photos worked perfectly in this size and format, but I was thinking how amazing it would be use photos from this month of my children to give to grandmothers for Mother’s Day. And as the original post suggests, it might be fun to use the kids’ artwork too. There are really a million possibilities, and I have tons of leftover resin, so look out world!
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