Cold glasses and watermarks aren’t your friends. While you can go out and purchase a few coasters, they’ll either be very ordinary or extremely pricey. Luckily, there are a ton of gorgeous DIY coasters you can make that’ll fit any decor. In addition, these make great gifts!
So get your crafting goggles on and see below for 12 easy chic DIY coasters that’ll leave your guests wowed.
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Galaxy Color-Blocked Marble Coasters
Courtesy A Kailo Chic Life
These coasters look like they belong on a famous painting! Their vibrant colors will make any tabletop pop and the specks of gold add a cohesiveness to the coasters.
Gem Embossed Coasters
Courtesy Consumer Crafts
These chic coasters remind me of Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie, but they’re 100% more wallet-friendly.
Courtesy Confessions of a Secret Crafter
These boho leather coasters can take on any colors and designs imaginable. Though I’m definitely head over heels with the triangles and honeycombs!
Geometric Color Blocked Wooden Coasters
Courtesy The Crafty Gentlemen
These coasters require a bit of woodworking but the final pieces look amazing. I especially like how the hexagonal pieces fit together to produce a beautiful tabletop decor.
Kate Spade Inspired Glitter Coasters
Courtesy Parties for Pennies
Heidi over at Parties for Pennies came up with these fabulous coasters inspired by one of Kate Spade’s designs. I like how she chose to liven it up with gold tinted ribbon. Not something you see every day!
Courtesy Almost Makes Perfect
This super simple DIY is one you’ve gotta try. Modge podge and ceramic tiles are always a winning coaster combination.
Botanical Wood Coasters
Courtesy Ella Claire Inspired
This eco-friendly coaster tutorial is so pretty and quite effortless. If you have some spare logs around the house, cut them up and transfer some wax prints for a one-of-a-kind coaster creation.
Felt Ball Coasters
Courtesy Inspired By Charm
Add a cozy touch to your home with these cute felt ball coasters. Michael from Inspired By Charm explains you can make warmer or cooler coasters by separating out the felt ball, but I think it looks awesome the way it is. What do you think?
Cork Conversation Starters
Courtesy My Little Secrets
For a fun DIY, try making these conversational pieces. A cork roll, some paint, and a sharpie marker are all you’ll need for these adorable coasters.
Anthropologie Knock-Off Agate Coasters
Courtesy Totally the Bomb
If you’re in love with Anthropologie’s agate coasters but don’t want to spend a fortune, make your own in as little as 20 minutes!
Courtesy Dark Room and Dearly
Here’s another easy modge podge coaster you can make in no time at all. By the way, these would make awesome gifts!
Comic Book Coasters
Courtesy Modge Podge Rocks Blog
Pick up a comic book for a couple of cents at your local bookstore and DIY these lovely coasters! Amy used electrical outlets as her coaster so that he has more weight, but feel free to use ceramic or cork ones.
I hope these coasters inspire you to make your own! The possibilities are truly endless when it comes to coasters and they definitely don’t have to cost a fortune.
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