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Here's a crafty way to recycle fortune cookie wisdom into trendy coasters. This project is designed by RePlayGround, an eco-crafty company that promot...
Cut a 4" X 4" cardboard square. We recommend using thin cardboard, such as from a cereal box or food packaging. For this project, we used a granola ba...
Cut 5 chopstick sleeves to a 4" length. Adhere them in overlapping rows to the back side of the coaster with a glue stick.
cut 4 strips from the chopstick sleeves. They should measure 4" long by 1/2 inch wide. Fold the strips in half hot dog style. Cut the corners off diag...
Fold each strip over the edge of the coaster and adhere the strip with a glue stick. The cut corners of the strips will line up with one another to fr...
Cut two squares out of the clear sticky paper. One square should measure 3 1/2" X 3 1/2", and the other 5" X 5". You can find this sticky paper (or co...
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