Create your own CD Coasters

February 5, 2014

If you are looking for the Grow Your Blog post it is here.

Introducing this weeks Quick Mid Week Upcycled Make, create your own CD coasters.

DIY CD Coaster

We have rather a kit of scratched CD/DVD’s (a by product of young children).

This is a great fun way of reusing them.

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Materials:

  • CD’s
  • Fabric
  • Bondaweb
  • Scissors
  • Template for circle

 

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Draw round your template onto the paper side of the bondaweb, creating a circle almost as big as your CD.

Iron your bondaweb onto your fabric.

Cut out your circle of fabric.

Peel off the paper

Iron the fabric glue side down onto your CD/DVD.

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There is lots of fun to be had, with such a wide variety of fabrics available:)

Create your own CD coasters

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14 comments so far.

14 responses to “Create your own CD Coasters”

  1. Marcy says:

    Very clever. Great repurposing project. Cool!

  2. Gina Caro says:

    We have loads of old scratched Cd’s, I’ve been keeping them just incase I think of something creative to do with them and now I know what 🙂 Thank you for sharing with #ThriftyThursday
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  3. Such a great idea, and they look super cute! #thriftythursday
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  4. very creative and beautiful coaster!

    visiting from GYB party… Nice to meet you!!
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  5. Dasha says:

    Cute coasters. What a great idea. Visiting from the GYB party.
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  6. Tisha says:

    Great idea. & I have been having a hard time finding toile coasters!

    Check out my embroidery/ redwork blog if you are interested. (GYB)

    aprilsongstress

  7. Donna Heber says:

    Hi Vicky,

    Your CD coasters are awesome! What a clever idea and wonderful way to use that pretty fabric.

  8. Hannah says:

    Love that idea. Really simple and effective. I will be adding that to my to do list!

  9. That’s such a good idea. I’m going to have to have a go. And no sewing too!
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  10. anna m says:

    Great idea, very creative! Thanks for linking up to Tuesday Tutorials
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  11. Tricia says:

    Love a super quick (not to mention adorable) upcycle. Thanks for sharing at the Upcycled Linky Party http://love2upcycle.blogspot.com/2014/02/upcycled-linky-party-38.html
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  12. jenny says:

    So cute! Love the flower fabric.
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