25 Eclectic and Easy DIY Coasters That You Can Make Quickly

Coasters are very important items that not only protect your furniture but also adds greatly to the décor. As a bonus, they also make for wonderful gift items. We have curated some of the best and most creative ideas for easy DIY coasters. Dive straight ahead if you are looking to make some cool coaster crafts which will be a good use of your time when you are feeling bored at home.

Fun and Quirky Ideas for Easy DIY Coasters

Cardboard Coasters:

Cardboard coasters are a great way to upcycle old packaging boxes from stores and accumulated waste paper. To try out DIY coasters from cardboard, you need recycled cardboard recycled paper, paints, varnish, glue, and other tools like scissors, etc. and a dose of creativity. You can make it a fun activity with your children as these are the easiest to do.

Photo Coasters:

For DIY photo coasters, resin, tiles, photographs or other memorabilia like your child’s drawing, foam brush, craft felt, glue stick and some disposable cups and spoon are the materials that you will need. These personalized coasters are popular as gift items for family and friends.

Fabric Coasters:

If you are good at sewing and have bits and scraps of cloth lying around, use them to make DIY fabric coasters. You can choose your fabric depending on the decor of your taste.  It can be boho chic, or checks and stripes, bright colorful or soft pastels.

Tile Coasters:

Small square inexpensive ceramic tiles can be bought and hand-painted to make classy DIY coasters. You can have scrabble tiles coasters or fine floral painted ones. Ink these tiles in a splendor of colors of your choice. You can paint them with sharpie and alcohol or ask your children to paint them with your colored nail polishes.

Explore the gallery for more inspiring ideas on easy DIY coasters.

Christmas Coasters With The Cricut Maker – Get Tutorial at Thesoccermomblog

Christmas Coasters with the Cricut Maker

Coasters From Curling Ribbon – Get Tutorial at Chicaandjo

Coasters from Curling Ribbon

Colorblocked Coasters – Get Tutorial at Almostmakesperfect

Colorblocked Coasters

Colorful Marbled Copper Coasters – Get Tutorial at Doodlecraftblog

Colorful Marbled Copper Coasters

Cork Coasters – Get Tutorial at Makeandtakes

Cork Coasters

Cute Custom Coasters – Get Tutorial at Fellowfellow

Cute Custom Coasters

DIY Coasters Made From Jeans – Get Tutorial at Scratchandstitch

DIY Coasters Made From Jeans

Easy Coasters – Get Tutorial at 86lemons

Easy Coasters

Fabric Coasters – Get Tutorial at Icansewthis

Fabric Coasters

Farmhouse Music Sheet Coasters – Get Tutorial at Raggedybits

Farmhouse Music Sheet Coasters

Galaxy Coasters – Get Tutorial at Artsyfartsymama

Galaxy Coasters

Glam Marble & Gold DIY Coasters – Get Tutorial at Swoonworthy

Glam Marble & Gold DIY Coasters

Leather Triangle Coasters – Get Tutorial at Bywilma

Leather Triangle Coasters

Map Coasters – Get Tutorial at Thecountrychiccottage

Map Coasters

Marble DIY Coasters With Nail Polish – Get Tutorial at Countryhillcottage

Marble DIY Coasters with Nail Polish

Mermaid Tile Coasters – Get Tutorial at Thediydreamer

Mermaid Tile Coasters

Mini Pallet Coasters – Get Tutorial at Sixcleversisters

Mini Pallet Coasters

Natural Branch Coasters – Get Tutorial at Gardentherapy

Natural Branch Coasters

Perler Bead Coasters – Get Tutorial at Ohjoy

Perler Bead Coasters

Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Coasters – Get Tutorial at Sugarandcharm

Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Coasters

Sunset Rainbow Poured Resin Coasters – Get Tutorial at Doodlecraftblog

Sunset Rainbow Poured Resin Coasters

Swirly Twirly No-Sew Yarn Coasters – Get Tutorial at Thestudio

Swirly Twirly No-Sew Yarn Coasters

Watercolor Coasters – Get Tutorial at Prettylifegirls

Watercolor Coasters

Wooden Coasters – Get Tutorial at Thecraftygentleman

Wooden coasters

Wool Felt Ball Coasters – Get Tutorial at Inspiredbycharm

Wool Felt Ball Coasters

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