The amazing Martha Stewart does it yet again, this time teaching us all how to create our very own pressed flower coasters! Martha has used pansies, but just think of the different types of beautiful flowers you can use!
These coasters are worthy of any Gatsby-inspired party, or perhaps you just want to add some understated elegance to your space? Follow Modge Podge Rocks Blog’s fun tutorial to create these gold and lace beauties!
Here’s another pretty coaster tutorial from Modge Podge Rocks Blog which allows you to make use of your favorite patterns or material. Perhaps you could use material from a garment or rug that has been handed down to you but has seen better days? This is an excellent way to re-purpose anything like that into lovely coasters.
Can you believe this unique look was achieved with Sharpie pens? My Frugal Adventures has created a beautiful and colourful ‘wash’ effect on her coasters and you can too by following her guide!
Here’s a wonderful idea by My Little Fabric which shows you how she created personalised ceramic coasters for a Christmas dinner party. Guests can then take home their own coaster and keep it as a little memento of the night – Wonderful!
These DIY conversation coasters from My Little Secrets are perfect for the craft beginner who wants to create eye-catching and fun coasters to display on their coffee table! Follow this step-by-step guide and you’ll be whipping some up in no time.
Polaroids are fantastic, but Polaroid coasters? Well, they’re just a cut above! One Good Thing by Jillee shows you how you can make use of your favorite photos by turning them into coasters that the whole family can use and enjoy for years to come.
These DIY coasters from Parties for Pennies were inspired by a design from Kate Spade’s collection. The good news is that you can follow this tutorial’s steps to create your very own budget-friendly version of the glitzy coasters.
Use a current map and a circular coaster design for a modern take on the vintage map coasters featured earlier. Pop Sugar tells you how it’s done over on their tutorial!
Soft, colorful felt and quirky citrus shapes – Aren’t these coaster designs from Purl Bee amazing? Follow the blogger’s steps in order to create your own. The kids will love these!
Another treat of a tutorial from Purl Bee, this time the crafty blogger shows us how to make our very own apple coasters to use around the home. These would also make great party favors next time you host a children’s’ birthday party.
Combine metallic letters and colorful mosaic tiles and you’ve got yourself these wonderful coasters by Running With Sisters. These are super simple to create, so check out the tutorial to find out how!
For a fun and cheap coaster design, Rust and Sunshine has come up with the idea of using those colorful beaded necklaces which are available at dollar stores. We love the white pearl one for a sophisticated take on the crafty idea!
Who knew that you could recycle your old magazines into drink coasters? This is a fantastic up-cycling idea from Saved by Love Creations, so be sure to take a peek at the step-by-step tutorial!
Infuse your home with a little Hampton’s seaside aesthetic through making these easy coasters from Saving More Than Me. Everyone has rope lying around at home and felt is readily available (and affordable) from your nearest craft store!
Something Peach’s gorgeous clay coasters with a watercolor design are so incredibly pretty that we instantly want to make some of our own! The hexagonal shape is both on-trend and striking – Love it!
Here’s another coaster tutorial which utilizes plastic beads, this time creating a whole different look! Style Me Pretty shows you how you too can make these pastel pretties through this simple tutorial.
These cement coasters from The 36th Avenue are cheap, easy and durable! We love the variety of decorative patterns you can incorporate into the design too.
These tiled coasters from The Cottage Mama pack a serious punch with their colorful and patterned designs. To find out how you can create these eye-catching coasters for yourself, check out this tutorial!
Create quirky coasters using old Scrabble letters, just as The Gourmet Gab has done! You’ll have so much fun spelling out 4-letter words to incorporate into your designs.
These ceramic coasters from The Lovely Drawer are seriously pretty! The intricate blue and white design might require a steady hand, but you’re sure to have loads of fun creating this project (which you’ll be extra proud of!)
Perfect for just about any space, these artistic DIY coasters from Sarah Johnson are seriously beautiful. We love the vibrant, swirled effect of the paint, as well as the glam gold borders!
Grab some Washi tape and your favorite paints, because this coaster tutorial from Tuts Plus is so easy you could almost do it in your sleep! This is also a budget-friendly gift or project to create this weekend if you find yourself with half an hour spare!
Crochet-lovers rejoice, because we haven’t forgotten about you either amidst all of these creative coaster ideas! Tuts Plus will show you how you can use this method to make your very own ombre crochet coasters – Stunning!
While mini pallet coasters look cool, there’s just something about the colorful addition of Washi tape to really bring this design to life! Washi Tape Crafts has done just that, so be sure to take a look at her guide.
You’ve seen the square version, opaque versions and now we’re sharing with you this easy-to-make circular coaster idea using plastic beads. Wouldn’t It Be Lovely has got this process down to knack, so take a look at her guide!
There you have it! Did you ever think it was possible to create so many fabulous coasters?
If you’re thinking of trying one (or some) of these tutorials yourself, we’d love to hear which ones in the comments section below!