Step 5: Attach Cork Backing:

Unroll the cork and trace the outline of the coaster.  Use scissors to cut out the cork square.

If the cork your purchased has an adhesive backing, just peel and stick and you’re done!

(If your cork does not have a self adhesive backing, you can attach it using hot glue or rubber cement)
This is a very good tutorial. I plan on using it for a White Elephant gift exchange my geeky friends plan on doing in December. I have a question though, I know that the patterns of Link, his sword, a dungeon key, the compass, and a potion, but what's the fourth one?
Great instructable! I love the coasters! How durable are they? I never did have good luck making these beads stay together when I was a kid.
I have a kit of these beads I bought a long time ago and never got to opening. This might give me to inspiration to do so.
Love it. Man I love all things zelda. These would brighten my day.
Well, it appears I must leave my apartment and go get some perler beads. <br /><br />Genius! :D
Again, awesome!

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