Summer Beach Coasters

Hello Everyone!

I’m back with a video tutorial this month after taking last month off.  This video is very short and sweet, but I think you are going to like what you see.  This month we are using the Sailing Home stamp set and we are making coasters for you to use while you are sitting out on your patio or deck, whatever you may call it, or as you lounge along side your backyard pool. Back yard pools are not a thing here in Colorado.  We are more of a hot tub state, so in my case I would sit under the awning on my patio, next to the hot tub having a cool drink while I look up at the stars on a warm summer night and dream about being near the beach.

Being near the beach again is not going to be in the near future since my daughter moved back to Colorado at the end of February.  I do have a trip planned for a visit back to Virginia Beach for the beginning of August, but I don’t think we are going to make it this year.  I believe the resorts in Virginia are still closed and even if they weren’t I’m not sure I want to take that risk with the virus still around. But I have a pretty good imagination and with a glass of wine after dinner, I’ll sit by my hot tub this summer and dream about the beach as I use my summer beach coasters.

Some of the things you will need are sandstone coasters with cork backing, painter’s tape and permanent waterproof ink.  The remainder of the items are listed at the bottom of this post.  I hope you enjoy the video.

Until next time…

Happy Stamping!

 

 

 

 

 

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