These DIY Christmas Coasters to Paint are Trichem Vintage plastic coasters. They are NEW (unused) Vintage coasters outlined in a gold colour. The whole family will.have fun painting these Holly and Ribbon designs. They are not difficult to paint and no-one else will have them. There are six coasters.
They are in perfect condition.
The Coasters are joined at the moment. Carefully and slowly remove the plastic parts joining each Coaster and the long plastic piece holding the holly design coasters and the ribbon design coasters together. They are not difficult to remove. Once you have done that, they are ready to paint.
Size: Each Coaster is 7.5 cm in diameter
Ensure that the acrylic paint (not included) you’re using doesn’t cover the gold outline. If it does, use an earbud or the tip of a paint brush to remove the excess paint before it dries.
Age: Suitable for Kids 10 + years and adults. Parents will know if their child will be able to paint them properly or will need parental guidance.
Unfortunately I do not have any of the Trichem Paints which were created specifically for these projects. My suggestion would be to use the “tubes” of Acrylic Paint which stick like crazy on most surfaces and look great.
- When the paint is dry, take a thin layer of Mod Podge on a sponge brush and brush it over your project smoothly to seal it. Once dry, the Mod Podge will be clear.
- If you’re going to put a wine glass or any other glass on the coasters or give them to a loved one or friend for a gift, ensure that the paint is smooth before it dries.
- Wash the sponge brush immediately after applying the Mod Podge so that you can use the brush again.
Included with the set of Coasters are:
- A bottle of Mod Podge
- A sponge brush.
Enjoy your project!
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