HOW STINKIN’ CUTE ARE THESE PRINCESS BRIDE COASTERS?
Made using artwork I found online by Nathan Pyle (check out his art…it’s pretty awesome!), these coasters are perfect for your next Princess Bride-themed movie night.
The Princess Bride Coasters
- Wooden Coasters
- Acrylic Paint in Various Colors
- Paint Brush
- Princess Bride images
- Mod Podge
First, paint your coasters. These are just painted with one coat of paint. You can add another coat for a richer color, but I just stopped after 1 coat.
Cut out your images. I edited mine using a photo editing software to be a 3 in. x 3 in. square.
Paint a LIGHT coat of Mod Podge on your coaster. Adhere the image. Paint over with Mod Podge to secure. You can cover the entire coaster with Mod Podge to protect the paint layer, too.
If desired, add felt feet on bottom of coaster.
Pour yourself a glass of wine and enjoy watching The Princess Bride!
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