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    DIY: Homemade Polaroid Coasters

    Ever since seeing the Polaroid coasters made by {just noey}, I haven't been able to get them out of my head. The current coasters in our household are dreadfully un-creative, and something about this potential crafty project struck a chord with me. We need new coasters + I like making stuff + I have...

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