Make Your Own Beermat

Have you ever wanted your very own beermat just like the ones you see in pubs? Just follow the easy steps below and you’ll have your own beermat in no time!

What You’ll Need

  • Cardboard
  • A sharp knife
  • Glue

Making The Beermat

Beermat

1. Using a sharp knife, carefully cut out the beermat image above from the screen.

2. Use the beermat image as a template and cut around it carefully on the cardboard.

3. Glue the image to the cardboard you have cut out then wait for the glue to set.

And that’s all there is to it!

If you want to make any more beermats simply refresh this page.

Author: Mark

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11 Comments

  1. LMAO I’m laughing so hard right now – the refresh part totally takes the cake 🙂

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  2. It is not fair to trick us drunks like that, you know.

    Now I have bloodied hands, and furthermore I still do not have a beermat.

    Bah!

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  3. As soon as I cut the image out of the screen it seems to disappear and I’m just left with a square of grey plastic material. What am I doing wrong Mark?

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  4. Great stuff! I’m gonna have to try it out. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Grazor, without wishing to alarm you it does sound as if your house has been infiltrated by members of the brewery profession who are known to use distraction and sleight of hand to swap out any homemade beermats with worthless grey replacements. Beermat-production is a lucrative business and they have even been known to kneecap amateur coaster entrepreneurs in order to maintain their hold on the industry.

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  6. "As soon as I cut the image out of the screen it seems to disappear and I’m just left with a square of grey plastic material."

    I totally lol’d.

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  7. Next can you teach us how to make beer? But dump the refreshing the page part. : )

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  8. Thankyou Qelqoth, but that won’t get my monitor working now will it? ;o)

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  9. Can you simplify the instructions, or create a you tube video for those of us that are still struggling to understand this?

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