How to make lemon and lime coasters

Summer means plenty of cold, refreshing drinks, but no one likes dealing with the circles of water these drinks leave behind on wood surfaces. You need some summery coasters to protect your furniture, so why not make your own?
These lemon and lime coasters are the perfect combination of cute, easy to make and very inexpensive. When complete, they'll add a pop of color to inside – and outside spaces. Watch the video and check out the instructions below to learn how to make a set for yourself.
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Materials
- White felt
- Dark and light yellow felt
- Dark and light green felt
- Scissors
- Hot glue gun
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Instructions
1. Cut out a circle of white felt slightly smaller than you would like the coaster to be.
2. Hot glue the white circle to a square of dark green felt, and trim the colored felt into a circle slightly larger than the white one.
3. Cut out a third circle of the light green felt that is smaller than the white circle.
4. Cut that circle into six wedges and evenly space them out on the white circle. Hot glue them in place.
5. Hot glue a second white circle to a square dark yellow felt, and trim the colored felt into a circle slightly larger than the white one.
6. Cut out a circle of the light green felt that is smaller than the white circle.
7. Cut that circle into six wedges and evenly space them out on the white circle. Hot glue them in place.
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8. Repeat until you have as many sets of lemon and lime coasters as you need.
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