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Make your own DIY Coasters from a variety of materials! You can use wood, clay, epoxy, chipboard, tile, pictures and more! Find some of the best coaster craft tutorials so you can make your own cute coasters!
I love making my own coasters – they’re perfect to change up for the seasons and they make great gifts! I’ve tried out several different methods and materials over the years, but there are some I haven’t thought of trying! I gathered up some of my favorite DIY Coasters from some great bloggers and putting them all in one place!
Coasters are made to protect surfaces from moisture that accumulates on drinks, but they’re also an easy way to add some color or fun to your decor!
Make your Own DIY Harry Potter Coasters with Infusible Ink Pens
Use Cricut Infusible Ink Markers to make your own DIY Harry Potter Coasters with new Harry Potter designs in Cricut Design Space! Use Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin, and Hufflepuff house icons to make your own ceramic coasters with this easy tutorial!
Personalized Kids Coasters with Cricut – Crafting in the Rain
Whether you’ve just gotten out for summer vacation like us, or you’ve been enjoying pool time for almost a month now, summer is the perfect time for extra craft projects. I’ve teamed up with some of my fellow Cricut bloggers to bring you a dozen great ideas for something you can work on this summer.…
Boho Crochet Coasters – free pattern + video tutorial – for the frills
“Learn how to crochet a coaster! These Boho Coasters are fun, easy and quick to crochet which makes them the perfect summer DIY! This free crochet coaster pattern is accompanied by a step-by-step video tutorial.”
Easy DIY Agate Stone Coasters – Organized-ish by Lela Burris
“These DIY Agate Coasters are so incredibly easy to make. They’re modern, eclectic, and add the perfect natural element to your bar cart or coffee table. Whether you’re into boho decor or not, you’ll love these pretty pops of color on a table.”
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