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I often teach my children basic embroidery stitches using simple designs. If you are helping a little one to do stitching, this is a nice way to put the sample pieces to use.
This is a page about making crocheted coasters. If you are looking for a quick, fun crochet project for yourself or to give as a gift, then crochet coasters may be just the thing.
This is a page about making recycled clothing coasters. Strips of braided recycled clothing or left over fabric can be sewn into pretty coasters.
I loved this print and really could not feel right in not making a nice little craft from it so I decided on coasters! The pattern was cut from paper left from a sheet of stickers which was high gloss and somewhat waxy so it will last a good long while.
Decoupage seasonal or other motif paper napkins onto cardstock to make these personalized coasters. They can server double duty as place cards as well.
These felt and cork board donuts may look good enough to eat, but they are actually sweet little coasters. Make some of your own by following the instructions below.
Making a decoupage coaster is a fun, easy project. You can use these personalized coasters at home or give them as gifts. This page shows you how to make personalized picture tile coasters.
Using tumbled tiles and stamped images you can make attractive tile coasters for yourself or to give as gifts. This is a page about making stamped tile coasters.
This is a page about making Victorian coasters. Using vintage art or wallpaper you can create lovely useful coasters for your home or a gift.
This is a page about making Christmas coasters. These Christmas coasters are an adorable and useful decoration.
This page is about making hand painted coasters. Ordinary wooden coasters can be turned into something decorative with some paint and stencils.
This is a page about making quilted coasters. Quilted coasters make great gifts or a nice addition to your home decor. They also are a great scrap fabric project.