Hey everyone, Over the last couple of years I've come up with some accessories to deck out my home theater and since I'm a tight-wad, I try to make everything myself. This first project I'm posting was cheap and easy and makes a great little addition to the home theater (and keeps people from leaving rings on your table!). Supplies needed: Old mouse pad (Cloth-top kind work best) Spray Adhesive Clear Plastic Sheet (I used a sheet of overhead projector transparency) Scissors Color Printer First, I created some artwork using Paint Shop Pro to use as the decorative top of the coasters. If you don't care to make your own, you can use mine. Get them here. It's a 1MB zip file that contains the images in Paint Shop format as well as JPEG format. Use your favorite graphics program to print them out. After printing out the artwork, I carefully cut each circle out. Next, I took an old mouse pad and tore off the cloth top. This left me with a soft black rubber mat that I could glue my artwork to. I cut the mat into pieces roughly the same size as the artwork that I cut out before (make sure the rough cut is LARGER than the artwork). Then, I took each piece of mat and sprayed it with the spray adhesive (This stuff is messy and smells bad so you probably want to do it outside or in a well ventilated area). Then I quickly laid the artwork on top of it and placed a heavy book on top. Once it dried (it dries fast) I carefully trimmed the overhanging mat so that it would be a perfect circle, using the artwork as a guide. Next I cut the transparent plastic into pieces, each slightly larger than the artwork/mat combo created in the previous step. Then I sprayed the top of the artwork with the spray adhesive and placed the transparent sheet on it and smoothed out all air bubbles that may have been trapped. So now the artwork is sandwiched between a clear sheet of plastic and a rubber mat. Once that dried I carefully trimmed the excess transparency. The plastic transparency protects the artwork from the liquid that will get on your coaster. Anyway, hope you enjoyed the project. It was fun and took less than an hour to complete. My personal favorite artwork on the coasters is the E.T. one. I like the way the moon is takes up the whole coaster.