Step 1: Cut a remnant piece of MDF into 4” squares using a miter saw. My remnant piece cost me a dollar at Home Depot. If you don’t have a miter saw, no worries … from experience I have learned that taking the time to do your makeup and style your hair means the guys over at Home Depot are always willing to help :o)
Step 6: Slowly and carefully peel away the painter’s tape. Some spackling along the taped edge might come off with the tape so if you are a perfectionist, beware! I happen to like a little texture.
Step 7: Select the design for your coasters. I chose to monogram mine with the letter M in different fonts (size 200 in Word). The simpler the image or wording the better. Print the letters onto paper, then hold the paper up to the window (wrong side facing you) and scribble over the entire letter. Turn the paper right side up and trace its’ outline onto the center of the coaster.
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