Drinking wine and crafting are two of my favorite pastimes, and today I'm combining them into one fun, super simple DIY project. I'm sharing an easy no-sew felt wine coaster project that functions as both a coaster and a wine marker so you don't drink someone else's wine by mistake. Win win! Keep reading to check out the full tutorial... it's surprisingly easy!
Terrazzo has recently come back in style and I'm here for it! Because it's a very old flooring material, the newer versions of terrazzo appear more colorful and versatile. To recreate the speckled look of terrazzo for my home, I made a set of simple clay terrazzo-inspired coasters with a variety of colors that fit with the decor of my home. They're easy to make, and you can customize them with your favorite colors!
We've reached the weekend of BBQs and graduation parties! It's kind of like the official kick-off to summer. Celebrate with some simple and custom wood coasters!
I love ombre. And leather. And when those two things are combined, it's just magic. Protect your tabletops in a stylish way with these ombre leather coasters!
Spring. Color. Coasters. In that order. These fabulous floral coasters are easy to make and are perfect for your next brunch party! Can you tell what they're made of?
Branches, twigs, and logs -- oh my! Turn this readily available material into stylish decor accessories. Stumped? Here are 15 awesome projects to get the creative juices flowing.
I can't quite put my finger on it, but for some reason I'm a total sucker for coasters. Maybe because they're small, cute, and functional?? Who knows... But I do know that these DIY color-blocked coasters are just too fantastic not to share!
Totally DIYable and customizable, these coasters made out of old Scrabble tiles couldn't be easier to replicate. Glued onto 'project cork' (I'm guessing that's the thick stuff) and sprayed with sealant.
Yes, I've been on a fall leaf kick lately, with a leaf runner and coordinating napkin rings already adorning my dining space. Now I feel like I'm gravitating to all things fall leaves, but how can I not when I find simple, striking projects like this to add to my "to do" list?
Sure, we've shown you how to make actual tree stump coasters, but isn't everything better in cozy cutesy felt form?? At the very least, this won't require a saw or have any potential for serious bodily injuries (unless accidentally poking your finger with a fat embroidery needle counts). So, ready to get the faux tree stump party started? Read on!
Nothing says 'summer' more than a giant glass of ice-cold lemonade! Capture that feeling now (and all year) with these citrus-inspired felt coasters!
Someone make these QUICK! A little cork, a bit of lettering and
Instead of discarding those beat-up maps of your favorite places, how about turning them into coasters? Lovely, cost-effective and green, three things the vast majority of souvenirs are not.
It's my belief that you can never have too many coasters. Never ever. A coaster for every drink and every surface; coasters for everybody! Aside from being the most functional little squares in existence, they also make pretty great gifts. If you're in need of a DIY gift idea (or just have a coaster habit like me), consider making a set of these mod cork and felt coasters.
Only if you live in a house full of laminated tabletops do you not need coasters. I've been known to pull a hamstring while darting over to slide a coaster under a guest's drink. It's not that I'm a big old fuss budget with my house, I just can't stand to see those white circles left by watery drink glasses.
A simple, bold design for fans of typography, cocktail, and cleanliness!
Its incredible to check out the different features of typefaces once you blow them up - especially in symbols and punctuation. And as you can see above, these differences and subtle curves look mighty fine under a cold drink.
We find high glossed coffee tables made out of tree slices to be organic, modern and very appealing. DIY-ing a coffee table would be a hefty task. However, slicing up a tree limb,
How pretty are these coasters?? They're made of left-over curling ribbon. That's right...curling ribbon! To make some yourself you'll need: