Coasters are a necessity in virtually every home, even if you think they’ll never be used! Although they are constantly needed, unique coasters are often hard to come by. Turn your old coasters into something fun and as unique as your decor is!
Yes, yes. This is another mason jar project, but, there is a reason they’re all the rage! Use a mason jar lid and some cork to create a cool coaster. This mason jar coaster tutorial from Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss is perfect to make with your kiddos!
For all the hand sewing gurus out there, try these Pink Lemonade coasters from Purl Soho. They’re simple to create, and they would make an adorable accent to any table.
Cork and diagonal stripes make for a gorgeous and easy coaster idea. These would look stunning poolside!
Recycle old erasers, buttons, and other crafting supplies. Tutorial from Ashley Hacksham.
Pallets are the rage when it comes to crafting. Turn your love of pallets, and make it miniature with these DIY Pallet Coasters. Customize them further with Washi Tape!
Turn a classic set of clay coasters into something gorgeous with this beautiful stenciled tutorial from The Lovely Drawer.
Slice and stain pieces of a fallen tree branch. Use this tutorial from Tidbits to get the stencil for the pattern.
Cut squares of an old cork piece, and then glue some scrabbles over top. Make sure that they are fully dried before you use them.
Crochet your way to a perfect picnic accessory. Pattern can be found at Make and Takes.
Donuts aren’t just a delicious breakfast food (or dinner, it’s whatever..) anymore! They make totally adorable coasters as well! Tutorial here.
Marbled coasters add really unique bohemian vibes to spaces, but unfortunately, they can come at a bit of a price. Don’t spend a fortune at the home decor store, use this tutorial from Sarah Johnson instead!
Use the saucers from your terracotta pots and paint them in fun shades. Use different shades of the same color for an ombre effect.
If you love your wine, put those corks to good use. Heart Made Blog has the super easy tutorial!
Use some lace as a stencil when you spray paint your coasters. Remove the lace, and then you are left with a stunning pattern!
Glue felt balls onto an existing set of coasters to create a cozy coffee table accessory.
Make any space a nautical lovers dream with this coaster tutorial from Nautical Cottage Blog.