9 DIY Easter Coasters Of Various Materials

9 diy easter coasters of various materials cover

Easter is coming, and it’s high time to craft something for the holiday. Decorations, favors and even recipes are a hot topic right now, and we decided to help you choose, too. Today we are sharing some cute DIY coasters for Easter. You may use them for serving or give them as favors to everyone who comes, and there are looks and ideas for any techniques. Let’s have a look and get inspired!

The first craft for today is for those who love sewing: these are burlap coasters with stenciled bunnies and fluffy pompom tails. Making them won’t take much time, and all the supplies are at hand, I bet. Make these cool rustic coasters for your Easter brunch and give some as favors to your guests, too.

DIY burlap and pompom bunny coasters (via karaspartyideas.com)

DIY burlap and pompom bunny coasters (via karaspartyideas.com)

Here’s another craft with various kinds of fabric, these are quilted coasters. You can make them with a pieced side or two circular sides. The pieced sides come together using 4 squares, and you just need to sew them together to create a quilted coaster.

DIY quilted wonderland Easter coasters  (via seekatesew.com)

DIY quilted wonderland Easter coasters (via seekatesew.com)

These cool coasters are a perfect mixture of rustic and spring elements! The great thing about these coasters is that they look like they take a lot of time to create, but really they are super easy. Buy some wood slices and get some acrylic paints, and then create these cute coasters painting what you like or following the images and looks form the tutorial.

DIY wood slice Easter egg coasters (via www.makeit-loveit.com)

DIY wood slice Easter egg coasters (via www.makeit-loveit.com)

Pompoms are ideal for any season and holiday, they always add a cheerful touch to any space. Make these whimsy colorful pompom wool felt coasters, you can use ready pompoms or make some yourself. all you need to do is to glue the pompoms to cork coasters, and voila! feel free to make placemats and trivets in the same way.

DIY wool felt pompom coasters (via inspiredbycharm.com)

DIY wool felt pompom coasters (via inspiredbycharm.com)

These coasters just scream Easter! They are made using clear resin and little plastic eggs – just put these eggs inside the resin and pour it into molds. Read more exact instructions in the source and watch the video to make them perfect. This is a very creative, colorful and modern idea to rock, I bet everyone will like it!

DIY resin mini Easter egg coasters (via craftklatchwithmona.blogspot.ru)

DIY resin mini Easter egg coasters (via craftklatchwithmona.blogspot.ru)

Make cute bunny coasters using ceramic tiles and alcohol ink in bright colors. Find out how to create such designs, and if your children aren’t too small, invite them to make these bold and cool pieces. The tutorial isn’t difficult though your kids may need your help while crafting. The coasters are very durable as they are made of tiles.

DIY alcohol ink bunny coasters (via ocmomblog.com)

DIY alcohol ink bunny coasters (via ocmomblog.com)

Enjoy crocheting? Make these cool and cute Easter coasters crocheting them. The idea is very simple, just crochet the eggs and add colorful flowers to them. Glue them or stitch them to the eggs, and voila! Read the full tutorial for crocheting and make as many as you like, to give them as gifts or use in the kitchen.

DIY crocheted candy Easter egg coasters (via www.crochetmemories.com)

DIY crocheted candy Easter egg coasters (via www.crochetmemories.com)

Moss is traditionally used for spring and Easter decor, and making coasters of it is a brilliant idea to give your space a natural feel. You need to take cork coasters and moss and glue moss to them according to their shape and that’s it. Bring a fresh spring touch to your space with them!

DIY moss cork coasters for a fresh touch (via babybakerlove.blogspot.ru)

DIY moss cork coasters for a fresh touch (via babybakerlove.blogspot.ru)

These coasters are also made of moss, this is preserved reindeer moss in two colors for a contrasting look. Attach the moss to the cork or cardboard coasters to create a wild look and enjoy! Make as many as you like, it will take just a couple of minutes and voila!

DIY reserved reindeer moss coasters (via zestitup.com)

DIY reserved reindeer moss coasters (via zestitup.com)