30+ Crafty Drink Coasters To Make

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Here’s a packed bunch of gift-worthy coasters to make. You’ll find a nice mix of techniques and materials with some using ceramic tiles, decorative paper, cork, felt, some painted, sewn and/or quilted, fabric covered CDs, beads and more. A little bit of everything in this collection, enjoy!

blueprintcrafts.com

blueprintcrafts.com

Tile: Made with tiles, scrapbooking or decorative paper, mod podge, clear acrylic spray and felt pads (for the bottom).

Monogrammed Stone: Supplies needed are a tumbled tile, rubber or felt bumper pads, staz-on permanent ink pad, patterned and initial stamps, post-it note.

thedomesticnotebook.blogspot.com

thedomesticnotebook.blogspot.com

sometimescrafter.blogspot.com

sometimescrafter.blogspot.com

Quick & Easy Fabric: Made with fabric and padded with batting.

Cork Photo: Supplies include photos of your choice, sheets of cork and varnish.

photojojo.com

photojojo.com

mojoandco.blogspot.com

mojoandco.blogspot.com

Fabric Covered CDs: Made with sturdy fabric (like denim) and fabric scraps for binding.

Floral Cocktail: Using remnants from printed linen and backed with hemp fabric, both pieces are stitched together with a zigzag stitch. Free pdf template.

chroniclebooks.com

chroniclebooks.com

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

Easy Felt Coasters: These coasters were inspired by snowflakes.

Mix-It-Up Cocktail: Makes six coasters. Finished size: 4 inches by 4 inches.

sewmamasew.com

sewmamasew.com

curbly.com

curbly.com

Seed Bead: Made with seed bead strings, a button (for the center) and cork roll.

Photo: Supplies needed are tiles, fingernail polish remover, colored copies of photos and clear acetate sheets.

dubuhdudesigns.typepad.com

dubuhdudesigns.typepad.com

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

Pressed Pansy: Colorful flowers floating between squares of glass make beautiful and useful coasters. Press the flowers yourself, or use prepressed blooms.

Fabric Criss-Cross: You can whip up a set in no time, especially if you use a rotary cutter, because there is no hand finishing.

allsorts.typepad.com

allsorts.typepad.com

foofanagle.wordpress.com

foofanagle.wordpress.com

Reversible: Made with fabric scraps and a square of low-loft batting.

Vinyl & Fabric: Wipes clean easily! Made with 16 gauge clear vinyl and squares of fabric.

allysonhill.typepad.com

allysonhill.typepad.com

makeitfromscratch.blogspot.com

makeitfromscratch.blogspot.com

Scrap Fabric: Lined with batting or fleece. Easy project for beginner quilters.

CD Coasters Tutorial: Easy project using felt and fabric to cover CDs.

scrapdash.blogspot.com

scrapdash.blogspot.com

craftstylish.com

craftstylish.com

Woven Button: Made with four-hole buttons and embroidery floss.

Chalkboard: Made with chalkboard spray paint, ceramic tiles, cork board and a glue gun.

thoughtfuldesigns.blogspot.com

thoughtfuldesigns.blogspot.com

patspattering.blogspot.com

patspattering.blogspot.com

Criss-Cross: Made with triangles, it takes 6 charms to make one coaster.

Little Petal: Simple crochet pattern, made with machine washable cotton & linen yarn.

pardonmychaos-amanda.blogspot.com

pardonmychaos-amanda.blogspot.com

ladycrochet.blogspot.com

ladycrochet.blogspot.com

Mediterranean: Simple design crocheted in the round finished off with a contrasting color around the outside edge.

Stamped Tile: Plain white tiles are transformed with squares of paper first cut with decorative edged scissors, stamped and then applied to the tiles with a coat of Mod Podge then glaze, felt backed.

thinkcrafts.com

thinkcrafts.com

mousechirpy-polkadotpineapple.blogspot.com

mousechirpy-polkadotpineapple.blogspot.com

Recycled Denim: The thick hems and seams are cut from old jeans then rolled tightly and glued together.

Scrabble: This is a neat gift idea for Scrabble fans, a coaster is made with Scrabble tiles, glue and thin cork.

craftingagreenworld.com

craftingagreenworld.com

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

Citrus: Make colorful citrus “slices” with felt and embroidery thread. Free template download (pdf).

Glass Flip Flops: Cute crochet pattern! These little guys feature a “thong” that wraps around the glass base.

thecrochetdudepatterns.blogspot.com

thecrochetdudepatterns.blogspot.com

thelongthread.com

thelongthread.com

Quilted Fabric: Made with 1/2 yard of fabric and 1/4 yard batting (makes 6 coasters). Free pdf pattern download.

Calla: This project combines knitting, crocheting, and quilting.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

curbly.com

curbly.com

Paper Napkins & Tiles: With the help of some 4″ square ceramic tiles, turning decorative paper napkins into a set of very polished-looking coasters is easy.

Paint Chip Samples: Cover a square of cork or felt with a paint sample, Mod Podge and clear acrylic spray.

craftycpa.blogspot.com

craftycpa.blogspot.com

mcinva-roomontheleft.blogspot.com

mcinva-roomontheleft.blogspot.com

Crocheted Watermelon Slices: Set your mugs and glasses on these sweet slices of watermelon, simple crochet design using three different colors of yarn.

Snowflake or Christmas Cookie (felted) Depending on the colors you use, this charmer looks like a cookie or an ice crystal.

number19.wordpress.com

number19.wordpress.com

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

Machine Embroidered: Easy-peasy project using 5″ squares of felt, basic stitching done on a sewing machine (zig-zag and straight).

Quilted Pinwheels: Includes a free pdf template to download, two coordinating fabrics are pieced together then quilted.

thelongthread.com

thelongthread.com

salihan.com

salihan.com

Knitted I-cords: A scrap amount of yarn is knit into an I-cord which is then shaped as desired (four templates provided) and stitched together.

Spiral: (crochet) Finished size measures 3.3″ when using cotton yarn & a 2.5mm crochet hook. Can be made larger for potholders.

made-in-k-town.blogspot.ca

made-in-k-town.blogspot.ca

mandycrandell.blogspot.ca

mandycrandell.blogspot.ca

Records: Inexpensive cork coasters are painted then sealed with a few layers of Mod Podge Outdoor.

Cement: Cardboard soup containers are used as molds but you can use yogurt, sour cream or other suitable containers.

adailysomething.com

adailysomething.com

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Published: February 15, 2011
Updated: September 12, 2012

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  1. kealyn says:

    this is amazing! love the paint chip coaster!


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