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30+ Crafty Drink Coasters To Make

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

Monogrammed Stone [2]: 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 [3]: Made with fabric and padded with batting.

Cork Photo [4]: Supplies include photos of your choice, sheets of cork and varnish.

photojojo.com

photojojo.com

mojoandco.blogspot.com

mojoandco.blogspot.com

Fabric Covered CDs [5]: Made with sturdy fabric (like denim) and fabric scraps for binding.

Floral Cocktail [6]: 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 [7]: These coasters were inspired by snowflakes.

Mix-It-Up Cocktail [8]: Makes six coasters. Finished size: 4 inches by 4 inches.

sewmamasew.com

sewmamasew.com

curbly.com

curbly.com

Seed Bead [9]: Made with seed bead strings, a button (for the center) and cork roll.

Photo [10]: 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 [11]: Colorful flowers floating between squares of glass make beautiful and useful coasters. Press the flowers yourself, or use prepressed blooms.

Fabric Criss-Cross [12]: 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 [13]: Made with fabric scraps and a square of low-loft batting.

Vinyl & Fabric [14]: 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 [15]: Lined with batting or fleece. Easy project for beginner quilters.

CD Coasters Tutorial [16]: Easy project using felt and fabric to cover CDs.

scrapdash.blogspot.com

scrapdash.blogspot.com

craftstylish.com

craftstylish.com

Woven Button [17]: Made with four-hole buttons and embroidery floss.

Chalkboard [18]: 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 [19]: Made with triangles, it takes 6 charms to make one coaster.

Little Petal [20]: 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 [21]: Simple design crocheted in the round finished off with a contrasting color around the outside edge.

Stamped Tile [22]: 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 [23]: The thick hems and seams are cut from old jeans then rolled tightly and glued together.

Scrabble [24]: 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 [25]: Make colorful citrus “slices” with felt and embroidery thread. Free template download (pdf).

Glass Flip Flops [26]: 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 [27]: Made with 1/2 yard of fabric and 1/4 yard batting (makes 6 coasters). Free pdf pattern download.

Calla [28]: This project combines knitting, crocheting, and quilting.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

curbly.com

curbly.com

Paper Napkins & Tiles [29]: 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 [30]: 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 [31]: Set your mugs and glasses on these sweet slices of watermelon, simple crochet design using three different colors of yarn.

Snowflake or Christmas Cookie [32] (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 [33]: Easy-peasy project using 5″ squares of felt, basic stitching done on a sewing machine (zig-zag and straight).

Quilted Pinwheels [34]: 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 [35]: A scrap amount of yarn is knit into an I-cord which is then shaped as desired (four templates provided) and stitched together.

Spiral [36]: (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 [37]: Inexpensive cork coasters are painted then sealed with a few layers of Mod Podge Outdoor.

Cement [38]: Cardboard soup containers are used as molds but you can use yogurt, sour cream or other suitable containers.

adailysomething.com

adailysomething.com