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Tuesday, August 5, 2014


My second DIY project is a really simple one. I am notorious for resting hot pots on kitchen towels, placemats or whatever else I can find to keep from blistering or burning my (desperately in need of renovation) countertops. While looking for DIY projects, I saw a couple of cute trivets and thought enough is enough. It’s time to grow up…and the crispy edge of a kitchen towel I burned last week served as further confirmation.

First, I got my materials together.

 
Next, I painted the feet and the main panel in the primary color (light blue). Then, I used the eraser on a new pencil to paint dots all over the main panel.


I used tacky glue to attach the feet to the trivet and sealed everything with a heat resistant clear coat. Voila, my hot pot problem is solved. 


I used tacky glue to attach the feet to the trivet and sealed everything with a heat resistant clear coat. Voila, my hot pot problem is solved. 

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