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DIY Corian + Walnut Trivets

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Amanda Lynn Hendrix

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Amanda Lynn Hendrix

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These cute corian and walnut trivets are easy to make and are sure to make you smile the next time you’re serving up a big dinner!

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Material Description Price
Carbide Tip Straight 2 Flute - 1/8 in Cutting x 1/8 in Shank

Carbide Tip Straight 2 Flute - 1/8 in Cutting x 1/8 in Shank

Quantity: 1, Shank Diameter: 1/8 in, Cutting Diameter: 1/8 in

$5.99

Carbide Tip V-Bit 90 Degree - 1/4 in Cutting x 1/8 in Shank

Carbide Tip V-Bit 90 Degree - 1/4 in Cutting x 1/8 in Shank

Cutting Diameter: 1/4 in, Tip Angle: 90 Degree, Shank diameter: 1/8 in

$21.40

Walnut

Walnut (×2)

6" × 12" × 1/2" Walnut

$21.72

White Corian®

White Corian®

Thickness: 1/2 in, Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in, Cut Tolerance: +/- 1/8 in

$29.26

$78.37
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1

Carved Wood Trivet

- Use 90-degree V-Bit to cut pattern in wood
- Use 1/8" straight-end bit to cut circle
- Lightly sand, and add mineral oil

2

Corian + Walnut Stripes

- Cut 1" pieces of corian and walnut (I used a miter saw)
- Glue into stripes using silicone adhesive
- Once dry, use 1/8" straight-end bit to cut out circle.
- NOTE: You could adjust the shape to any shape you like, or carve into this one as well!
- Sand and add mineral oil

3

Carved Corian + Walnut

- Carve geometric pattern into corian
- Cut out corian strip using miter saw (if carving into a larger piece of corian)
- Glue between two equally-sized pieces of walnut using silicone adhesive
- Once dry, sand and add mineral oil.
- NOTE: You could also cut this one into a circle, if preferred