Whenever I go to the craft store I find myself spending a good few minutes in the aisle filled with bags of colorful stones. I had a fish once (until I accidentally cooked him in the sun. R.I.P. Melvin) and I had always planned to fill the bottom of his bowl with the prettiest stones (he didn’；t make it that long). Since I clearly can’；t even keep a fish alive， I decided to put the stones to a different use and turn them into this pretty trivet to go with my favorite Christmas present ever. What do you think？ Pick out a bag of colorful pebbles and let’；s get started.
Check out the full DIY Stone and Cork Trivet tutorial after the jump…；custom christmas gifts
DIY Stone and Cork Trivet
Materials：Cork TrivetsBlack River PebblesE6000？ Craft Adhesive
Glue the pebbles to the trivet starting from the middle and working your way to the edge. It’；s best to stick with pebbles that are pretty flat on both sides.
Set your trivet to dry for a few hours and then it’；s ready to use.
Yesanniversary gifts for couples， it’；s seriously that easy!
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