Live Edge Wood Coasters Project

  1. Virginia Cruz says:

    Beautiful are you going to sell some!? I would love to buy some????????If that price is right????????????????????

  2. Sesselja Guðrún says:

    We used to do a Christmas plat with a candle, grenery and Christmas decoration with a plat like that

  3. Mary Sturgeon says:

    When your story began, I’m like, ugh…Deb should make them{{hence the title, huh?!}}???????? Love them❤️

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  5. Liz says:

    I just love this story!! Love that you used your own resources for the coasters and love how they turned out! And PS…they are SO much nicer than the ones at Target by a long shot! Well done, as always ladies!! ????????

  6. Kate says:

    Love them! You gals are so creative.

  7. Thea says:

    These are beautiful, and so much nicer to have the story behind them when you use them! At my nephews wedding the mountain venue had cupcakes on different levels of these “tree cookies” about the size of dinner plates, so pretty!

  8. Lisa says:

    Those are awesome! Our family farm has wood down so I’m going to do some this summer. I don’t have a miter saw but I do have a Dremel ultra saw. Would that work??

  9. Sharon says:

    Great job!! I really like these!

  10. Melanie Crutchfield says:

    Love these! And I love having tutorials on making things. Never done any woodwork to speak of, but you two have got me wanting to! I even asked for a nail gun and miter saw for Christmas! Apparently, Santa didn’t think I was serious! Lol. That’s ok….my car knows the way to Lowes!

  11. Jody says:

    Please remind me how she finished the coasters. Did she Sand, stain and then poly them? What products? Thank you so much!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      We didn’t stain them at all. All we did was sand and then used that spray to seal them.

  12. […] cute wood coasters.  We decided to make our own from a tree from our own land.  It was such a fun little DIY that probably doesn’t even count as one because it’s so simple.  But I LOVE them.  […]

  13. Theresa Hoyt says:

    I just made some last weekend!! I always try to find a quick project to do while working on bigger furniture pieces so that I can have some instant gratification!????

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahaha OMG same. I can’t do the same project over and over. I need to do one that gets done quick and I can go back to the monotony of the bigger one.

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