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Make Stylish Coaster for Your Home

Learn how to create stylish coasters for you to enjoy or give away as gifts
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 55m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Do you love being creative? Are you interested in having fun learning new and different art/craft forms and working with different materials and you love experimenting with new and different ideas so you can make stylish handmade gifts to enjoy in your own home or give away to friends and family?
If the answer, to any of the questions above, is ‘yes’, then this course is for you! You will learn how to make beautiful coasters that have a simple and stylish design using simple materials that can be easily located at your local craft store or online.
You will learn how to turn your artworks into food-safe and robust resin covered coasters, so you can create desirable gifts that are totally functional, unique and easily personalised if required.
I am looking forward to you joining me and showing you a lovely new world of creativity for you to enjoy and be amazed by your results!
Who this course is for:
•Anyone interested in crafting their own coasters.
•Anyone who loves being creative and likes to make beautiful handmade gifts to give away to friends and family
•Anyone who is interested in learning simple creative techniques
•Anyone who loves new experiences, loves being creative and is always looking for new ideas to try.

You will learn

✓ Materials to source to decorate stylish coasters
✓ How to stencil lovely patterns
✓ How to seal coasters
✓ How to finish coasters ready to be used or turned into gifts


• People who love arts and craft
• People who enjoy being creative
• People who like learning new craft projects

This course is for

• People who enjoy learning new art and craft ideas
• People who love being creative
• People who enjoy having fun learning new craft projects
• People interested in creating their own craft items to enjoy or give away to friends and family
Artist for +20 years, Crafter, Teacher and avid Recycler :)
Growing up in Zimbabwe, I have always been inspired by elements of nature, design and colour, so in my early 20’s I began experimenting with my ideas. My love of painting and earthy rustic design melded with my fabric work, and from there my unique style bloomed into a range of tactile contemporary works.
When we settled in NSW Australia I began painting on canvas and it was so fulfilling, I love the subtlety of off-whites, creams and earthly-tones. I found that the nuances of these colours were brought into the spotlight when I experimented with textures and texturizing mediums. I like to work with the buttery, tactile feel of paint – I just love it when people say they want to feel the different textures of my paintings! Texture really draws people into the depth of the piece.
Not so long ago I started experimenting with acrylic pouring and was immediately hooked. I love working with different paint mediums to create poured pieces as well as incorporate pouring into my other pieces of work. So now I use a number of different styles: acrylic pouring, resin and mixed media to name a few.
I particularly enjoy helping others learn how to master these skills for themselves either via online learning or workshops.
Art is a wonderful way to help us manage our mental health and well-being, but it has a special side benefit many people don’t really consider. It is a wonderful way to ignite our creative thinking which, helps us to stay innovative, something that is becoming increasingly important in today’s continually changing business environment.
I love teaching and sharing my work with people I find it so rewarding, so, thank you for stopping by and if you have any questions or would like some support with your art, please don’t hesitate to reach out and say hello.
Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 55m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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