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DIY: Wooden Bead Trivet from A Merry Mishap

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DIY: Wooden Bead Trivet from A Merry Mishap

Izabella Simmons July 27, 2011

Here's a simple idea for making a set of wooden bead trivets, via Jennifer Hagler of A Merry Mishap (for detailed instructions on how to make the trivets, go to A Merry Mishap).

Above: To source the 1-inch Unfinished Round Wood Beads, go to Crafts Parts; for a spool of Tandy Leather Cord ($7.26), go to Amazon.

Above: Hagler coated the medium-sized ring of beads with olive oil to create a contrasting finish.

Above: The beads can be grouped into a single trivet or used individually.

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