4" Square Trivet With Round Frame

$6.95 USD
Item# 612735
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Add a personal touch to your dinner table with a charming trivet, and protect your table and hands at the same time! Combine trivets with glass, gems or tiles for quick projects you can display proudly in the kitchen or patio. So easy and fun to create, they make great decorative, practical gifts. Trivet frames are finished in black.

Trivet project below created by Julie Haan using Leaf Tiles#612717 and trivet #612735. Geometric project created by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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  •   Perfect Mosaic Trivets
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Pros : They are so much better than they used to be, with permanent black feet and a piece of wood that fits perfectly and securely inside.
Cons : I really can't think of any right cons. Had many a years ago though.
Other Thoughts : They are perfect to work with now, please keep making them the same way, and I have sold quite a few from my last purchase in August of 2019
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  •   Enhances your glass
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Pros : Nice finish, plain simple. It seems a little shallow. Makes a nice finished product with my glass. Sells well. Good price for the product.
Cons : Rubber feet come off too easily. Why red? They should be black or clear. Some not even, sits on table rocky. You need to try to flatten some of them. What should I do with the cardboard/wood piece? There should be a recommendation sheet about what should be glued etc.
Other Thoughts : Glue the feet on when you receive the product or you will constantly be looking for them. I think they were slightly glued on from manufacturer, but you should remove them and reglue them so you will keep them on the stand.
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