Cute Coupon Holder DIY

Hello Everyone,
I don't know about you but it seems like every other day were getting fast food coupons from everybody under the sun. So instead of having the coupon flyers in a drawer (where I can't see them) or laying out on the kitchen table, I thought it would be fun to make a food coupon holder.

The coupon holder I made only holds four coupons (cut out) but thats enough for me. Most of the time we only use maybe two or three coupons out of the whole flyer anyway. But if you wanted to, you could make this project larger to hold more coupons.

Ok, lets get crafty!

Wooden Plaque
Scrapbooking Paper or Food Image
E6000 Glue
Mod Podge
Mini Clothespins 
Scissors (not pictured)
Pencil (not pictured)
Picture Hook (not pictured)

Step 1: Paint your wooden plaque.

Step 2: With your pencil, draw a circle around a portion of your scrapbooking page. You can trace around your wooden plaque or use something a little smaller like a bowl to trace around. Once your tracing is done, cut out your circle.

Step 3: Now apply some Mod Podge to the back of your scrapbooking page and glue it down to your wooden plaque.

Step 4: Once your wooden plaque is dry, you can now glue down your mini clothespins. Just apply a little bit of E6000 to the back of your clothespins and place them down towards the bottom of your wooden plaque.

When your mini clothespins are dry, just use a little bit more E6000 and glue a picture hook to the back.

Then your done!

What do you think? Do you need a cute coupon holder?

xo Katie


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