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  • Sarah Coates

    Map Coasters (Martha Stewart's Homemade Gifts for Him)

  • Theobald Tiger

    Martha Stewart - Map Coasters For the adventurer: These DIY coasters are a great reminder of vacation spots and places traveled, all while adding some fun decor to the coffee table. You can even create themed coasters based on destinations like "tropical" for favorite beach getaways.

  • Rebecca Weber

    Maps Cutting mat Round cork coasters Craft knife Foam paintbrush Glue sealant, such as Mod Podge Read more at Map Coasters - Martha Stewart Crafts

  • Jum Hemm

    Map Coaster - Great DIY gift idea from Martha Stewart

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