QC APPROVED

Controlling the quality of life. That's what she said.

A childhood game brought to the table

This past summer I decided to open my own Etsy shop. I wanted to create products that were made of recycled items – yes, I jumped on the upcycling bandwagon. My first idea for a product came from browsing through many (n’ I mean many) craft blogs. I began to sense a certain trend – a love for coasters. Although I never was an avid user of coasters, I always appreciated them as forms of art. I decided make my own art! I bought a pack of cork boards, and I dug out my secret weapon – hot glue gun. With some old scrabble tiles, this came to fruition –

Themed, cork-bottom Scrabble coasters / QC APPROVED.

Each coaster has a theme, such as drinks or summer. So far they seem to be holding up quite well. After all, they are QC…APPROVED.

“QC APPROVED” stamped on coasters’ cork bottoms / QC APPROVED.

Cheers!

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