15 Beautiful Homemade Coaster Projects

Coasters are a great way to protect your surface from stains and scratches while also adding style to your dining table! No, I didn’t say this to encourage you to buy the most costly and fancy-looking coaster you could find. In fact, you could create something equally lovely on your own! With that in mind, here are 15 beautiful homemade coaster projects you can easily make!

15. Easy DIY Coasters for Christmas

These DIY coasters are incredibly easy to make–so easy that even kids can do this project!  Have the kids make these Christmas coasters as gifts for teachers, neighbors, or parents.

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14. DIY Tile Coasters: Easy Gifts with Scrapbook Paper or Fabric

How to make DIY tile coasters quick and easy with mod podge, and fabric or scrapbook paper. These coasters make great gifts.

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13. How to Make Photo Coasters from CDs

How to make photo coasters from CDs. This easy project is a great way to upcycle old compact disks.

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12. How to Make the Best DIY Coasters with Gold Leaf

How to Make the Best DIY Coasters with Gold Leaf. Create a unique gift with decoupaged wood coasters and gold leaf trim for the best DIY coasters to gift (or keep)

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11. How to Make an EPP Hexagon Coaster

Drinking warm beverages is a wonderful way to slow down and rejuvenate, and it’s even better when paired with a hand sewing project! No sewing machine required, you’ll want to make this EPP hexagon coaster tutorial to rest your mug or teacup on.

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10. Easy Coaster Sewing Pattern 

As you can tell from all my posts about using up fabric scraps and upcycle sewing projects, reducing waste is always at the back of my mind. For better or worse, adding a second kid into our mix this year has loosened some of my standards. I’m hoping this upcycled, easy coaster sewing pattern will help us reduce our dish washing!

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9. DIY Wood Coasters with Dyed Veneer Stripes

These DIY wood coasters are super easy to make, and feature a fun pop of color with vibrant wood veneer stripes!

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8. Farmhouse Buffalo Plaid Coasters

Does anyone else wonder how buffalo check got its name since clearly they aren’t plaid? 

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7. Buffalo Check DIY Tile Coasters

If you’re looking for a fun DIY project that doubles as a handmade gift, you will love these DIY buffalo check tile coasters. They make great gifts and are fun and easy to make.

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6. Easy Cork Coaster Gift

Made with HAPPY Girl’s class was recently asked to put together a basket for the school fundraiser  Our class decided on a wine themed gift. While, I know you all know I enjoy wine, I thought it might be fun to include a little handmade gift to add to the basket. I thought about these fun cork coasters that are super easy to make.

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5. Easy Woven Yarn Mug Rugs {100 Days to Christmas}

It’s almost that time folks. The gift giving holiday season is right around the corner. I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for quick, easy, and inexpensive handmade gift ideas and these easy woven yarn mug rugs certainly fits the bill. You can make several of these in one evening and they’re simple enough for older children to make too.

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4. Cricut Infusible Ink Coasters with Infusible Ink Pens

As a fun activity, my daughter and I made these Cricut Infusible Ink Coasters. We chose holiday images in Cricut Design Space and had the Cricut draw them using Cricut Infusible Ink Pens. Then, we colored in the drawing with infusible ink pens making the entire design infusible onto coaster and Cricut blanks.

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3. Infusible Ink: Cricut Project Using Kid’s Drawings!

Are you looking for a fun and unique gift idea? Use your kid’s drawings, Infusible Ink Cricut markers, and an EasyPress 2 to create creative coasters!

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2. Popsicle Stick Crafts – Drink Coasters

Popsicle stick crafts make us yearn for the simple days of camp crafting projects and rainy day activities as a kid. No matter how much we’ve grown up, though, we still enjoy the fun of making things out of wooden popsicle sticks!

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1. Coasters With Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets and Pens

I had the great idea to use my Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets to make coasters. Cricut makes this pretty blue cloud looking transfer sheet, this is the one here.

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