DIY: Lace and Fabric Coasters

Lace and Fabric Coaster DIY

Cork coasters, lace, Mod Podge, fabric (I used a vintage bedsheet), paintbrush, scissors
Steps 1-4
[1.] Cut a piece of fabric slightly larger than your coaster. [2.] Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge. [3.] Smooth out any bubbles. Let it dry for a few minutes. [4.] Carefully trim the excess fabric.
Steps 5-8
[5.] Cut a piece of lace slightly larger than your coaster. [6.] Apply a thicker layer of Mod Podge. Let it dry for a bit, then apply another coat. [7.] You can do some of your coasters with just fabric, or just lace. I used two layers of lace for these ones. Make sure your Mod Podge seeps through all the little holes in the lace. [8.] Apply some Mod Podge to the edge of your coasters, then set them on something plastic to dry.
Coaster DIY
There you have it! There's so many combinations for these quick little coasters, the possibilities are endless! I'd love to see how yours turn out, so leave me a link if you give it a shot!!!
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  1. They turned out really cute!! I love that floral with yellow and blue :)

    I've planned to make some coasters soon, I haven't even gotten to it yet...

  2. What an adorable idea! Thanks Susannah!

  3. Wow they are so cute! :) and so easy. Great tutorial!


  4. oh my gosh what a super adorable tutorial! i love love love it!!
    lyndsey of hellolyndsey

  5. Such an easy and adorable idea. I'd love to give this a try and share it on my blog as well.

  6. oh how lovely! i have a craft day every week with my mum for some mother-daughter bonding time, this is definitely on the list for next week!

  7. Awe, what a great idea! ;)

    Hope you're having a colorful week!


  8. Thanks for sharing! These are great. :)

    - Anika


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