Glittered Glass Coaster Made from Hot Glue

I never thought about how fun it is to work with hot glue until I came upon so many ideas for creating useful crafts out of it.

This time I'm making a glass coaster using hot glue.




  1. On a piece of paper trace the bottom of a glass. Draw a design around it. To keep it simple I chose to make a flower.
  2. Cover the top of the paper with acetate. If you have a piece of parchment paper you won't be needing an acetate layer.
  3. Sprinkle different glitter colors within the design.
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  5. Now start tracing the sides with hot glue using a glue gun. Then fill the spaces.
  6. Cover with another piece of acetate or parchment paper.
  7. Get a piece of cloth and put it on top. If you're using parchment paper there is no need to place a cloth on the layers.
  8. Turn on the flat iron and put it on top of the cloth or parchment paper for 30 seconds.
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  10. Wait until the glue dries completely. Carefully peel off the acetate.
  11. Using a pencil draw the details again on the dried glue. Then cut the sides to emphasize the details of the design.
  12. Line the sides of the circle with hot glue to support the base of the glass as you place it on top. And it's done.

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August 29, 20170 found this helpful

Very cute coaster !

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