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Hemp Cording Coasters


 

Do you have any hemp cording left over from this project?

If so, how about using the same technique to create some coasters…

Nice and perfect for your coffee table/end tables.

All swirled nice and tight….

Would you like to make your own?

Find some circle cork coasters at your craft store. (I found mine for a couple of dollars at hobby Lobby.)

First, cut away a little notch into the cork… (do this carefully, as you don’t want to break the coaster and cut a big chunk out.)

Then use hot glue to attach the end of the cording to the coaster. (You cut a little notch out so that this end will fit in and won’t cause too much of a lump from above.)

Then make a line of glue a few inches long at a time, and begin gluing the cording right to the coaster. (Be careful to not burn those little fingers!!)

Continue around the coaster and glue right over top of the end of the cording.

Continue around and around, keeping the rows of cording nice and snug.

Stop right before you get to the end…..

And without putting glue down, just see how much more of the cording you’ll need……

Then snip the end off……

Fill the rest of the space with glue and wind up the end right into the center of the coaster. Nice and snug.

Now use up that leftover cording…..

and protect your furniture from water spots.

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  4. Anamika says:

    Hi,
    loved them. couldn’t find the plain coasters so used old cds though sticking on them was tougher as i used regular adhesive. but they look lovely. Thanks for such a great tutorial.

  5. VinPro Elegance says:

    Love the idea,very creative!!Thanks

  6. antonella says:

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  7. Annabelle says:

    Love these! I've been thinking about buying some hemp to make scrubbies for my kitchen … now I have another use for the hemp.

    Thanks for the great article!

    Annabelle
    https://www.HandmadeByAnnabelle.Blogspot.com

  8. misscraftyfingers says:

    nice! thanks for the idea! :D i made some … not with cork but with some leftover denim. I posted mine on my blog https://misscraftyfingers.wordpress.com

  9. Rachel@oneprettything.com says:

    Those are so pretty! Night and light for spring as well. Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

  10. Emily says:

    I did this with Easter Eggs that I saw on domestically speaking, but I painted mine and hung them up. Maybe if people like the hemp look (and/or price), but the color doesn't work, they could lightly paint the coasters. I have it posted on my blog emilysleftovers.blogspot.com.

  11. Linda says:

    Love these coasters!

  12. Kathy says:

    Wonderful idea! Would love to try my hand at this and make some!

  13. anhesty says:

    what a great idea!!! i think i will have to make these!

  14. Scrapity Anne says:

    Great idea, and so cute!

  15. Sew It To Me says:

    As always, you have THE best ideas. Super cute! I love coasters and could have a whole assortment of them!

    Vanessa
    Sew It To Me

  16. Sew It To Me says:

    As always, you have THE best ideas. Super cute! I love coasters and could have a whole assortment of them!

    Vanessa
    Sew It To Me

  17. Leanne says:

    Great idea! I'm for sure going to have to make these.

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  19. Anna says:

    What a great idea! I about died when sons girlfriend sat her cup on the cofee table last night. Its just not done on the new furniture. At 21 they should know better right?!

  20. Lisa says:

    Cute! Do you think you could spray paint these the way you did the balls?

  21. BigSis LilSis says:

    I found this cord in the dollar section at Target this week! I wasn't sure what to do with it, but now I have a quick and easy project!! Thnaks

  22. D'Anna says:

    Thank you for sharing all your creative things!
    I mentioned your site on my blog today!
    Thanks, again!

  23. Annette says:

    Great idea!!! thank you…

  24. Erin Papa says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you have any ideas about re-purposing broken clocks. I have two clocks (the kind with no glass) and am looking for a fun ideas. Thanks, Erin
    you can email me if you want emailerinp@gmail.com

  25. Jacie Bowen says:

    i love both of those hemp projects! and i cant wait to finish my curtains so i can start making them!! they are perfect! thanks for the idea

  26. Katie says:

    I love how simple these are and how fresh they look. Thank you! :)

  27. Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage says:

    I love those!!! Great job!

  28. Kelly @ Make It Sparkly Mama says:

    Those are great! And I really need some new coasters!

  29. Me salen alas (si me paras los pies...) says:

    Good idea!!!
    I like it. :D

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