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Step 1: The materials

Picture of The materials
First you need two wooden clothespins.

Step 2: Disassembling the pins

Take apart the two clothespins, but keep the springs. you can use them for replacements for the mini peg gun: http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Peg-Mini-Gun/.
 Now that you have the two pins apart, time to move to step 3.

Step 3: Assembly of coaster

Picture of Assembly of coaster
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this step is simple, just look at the pictures. to put them together, you need to put the small end of the clothespins in the slot on the backside of each one.

Step 4: Finish

You can now glue or decorate your coaster.
 
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meddler3 years ago
You know, I was trying to think of a way to add a bit of space between my electronics so they get better air flow and not heat up quite as fast. This will work perfectly! Thanks for the idea. :) Also, I think a bit of scrap felt on top of the coaster would get the drips that run down the side of a glass. Just a thought.