Easy wine bottle coaster made Of PVC-Cap
You use a 4″ PVC pipe-cap, a unique wine bottle coasters! It’s perfect for parties, and you can say’t even there’s plastic, if you’re done.
I really enjoy the “ play;what can I do that?” game, and of the sanitary section always seems to be tons of opportunities.
This time I noticed the simple PVC sealing caps, which you can use to the end of the tube. They come in several sizes and I thought the 4-inch version would be a great and useful piece of wine bottle coasters. You know, just class up the joint a bit!
The caps are sturdy and, better yet, crazy inexpensive (like $1,80) and with some Mod-hodgepodge and paper, you couldfit to any occasion.br>Here is what I mean!
wine bottle coasters
4″ drain pipe Cap
Matt Mod-hodgepodge (not shown)
Hard layer of Mod hotchpotch
Black spray paint
wood glue (not in picture)
It all came together pretty quickly.
I sprayed the cap black and, while it dried, cut the scrap book paper. I cut me just a little bit narrower than the width of the cap, and since a sheet of paper wouldn’t all around, I have cut some, carefully, the pattern of the match, hit where the two pieces.
With Matte Mod smorgasbord and a foam brush, I put the paper on the hat.
and once it was dried, gave it a few coats of Hard Coat Mod smorgasbord for the durability.moisture from any sweat bottle of wine, I used white glue to add a cork round on the inside bottom edge of the cap. I also have the other cork round the bottom to protect the furniture. And I was done!
Let the wine flow!
for More thoughts – ie. Ideas I just thought, after I was finished, my wine bottle coasters (happens all the time!).
When I did this, it occurred to me that it would also be cool, silver-spray-paint instead of black for a more upscale look.
they sell black PVC caps, but they were much more expensive (I know, don’t, why).
If you extra a little weight wanted to your wine bottle coasters, take the look a notch up, you could attach the PVC cap to a round, wooden plaques, sold at Michaels, which I think would finish it off nicely.
This line would be caps also, great small dishes for keys or small items. Maybe, instead of the cork, only Mod-smorgasbord in the decorative paper on the inner side of the cap and then seal with Hard Coat Mod smorgasbord, or maybe even Envirotex epoxy for a truly robust bottom.
What do you think? Let me know in the commentsknow!br>Also, if you open up your wine to your guests wine markers go (right??). Click on the image below to get a tutorial, so you can get some yourself, complete with a free printable: