Ctrl + Alt + Del Coasters - Tutorial
Like I stated before, I have been obsessed with Mr. Robot, and have been coming up with different ideas for computer geek and hacker inspired crafts.
Well, here is another one, this time, Ctrl Alt Del coasters!
I have included different ways to make these coasters below, along with alternate products you can use.
Ctrl + Alt + Del coasters!
-Mod Podge (I use Dishwasher safe because I have noticed it dries less tacky and is, at least, water resistant)
-Coaster cork (or you can buy cork sheets and cut them to coaster size)
-E6000 glue (you can use Mod Podge if you do not have this glue)
-White Card Stock
-Exacto Knife or Scissors
-Black Vinyl (optional)
Some of the materials needed
Using the cork, either trace and cut with sharp scissors, or like above, use an exacto knife to cut the white card stock.
Cut 4 pieces of card stock, 1 per cork.
Using E6000 glue or Mod Podge, coat the cork and the back of the white card stock to glue them together. I usually use an old heavy book on top of the coaster to keep in nice and flat.
I used my Cricut machine to cut the below images onto black vinyl.
Use the shapes above to either cut, trace or print onto white card stock
You can also use the images above to trace, paint or print directly onto white card stock and glue it onto the coasters if you do not have a dye cut machine like a Silhouette or Cricut.
I then give the top of each coaster a coat of Mod Podge. I use 2 coats, letting it dry 2 hours between the coats.
Letting the coasters dry. This dishwasher safe Mod Podge is water resistant and will completely cure in 28 days. You can always use regular Mod Podge as well if you to not have this kind.