Colorful swirled clay creates the beautiful marble effect on these DIY coasters by Sarah Johnson. Glamorously edged in gold liquid gilding, each coaster features a unique artistic design.
If you've ever bought a case of beer based on its packaging, you'll appreciate this DIY from Jacquie of The Sweeter Side of Mommyhood. A set of coasters featuring the bold designs from beer boxes makes a thoughtful gift for the lager and ale lovers in your life.
You'll want to add a circle cutter to your craft supply wish list after seeing how Livvy of 86 Lemons used hers to make coasters. Self-adhesive shelf liner is her trick to giving nondescript cork coasters a quick facelift.
There's a word for the art of burning designs into wood: pyrography. The Sassy Life's DIY wood-burned coasters can be achieved with a wood-burning tool or soldering iron, some wood rounds, plenty of ventilation, and some good old-fashioned patience.
If your style leans toward modern rustic, try your hand at these DIY woven coasters by Melody of Melmaria. Intersecting lines of colorful yarn pop against burlap's natural texture.
Grouped together, these wood hexagon coasters create a mod honeycomb pattern that's totally on trend. Marlene of Jade and Fern offers a DIY that's slightly labor intensive, but her handcrafted coasters are so chic, you'll be inspired to get your hands on a mini hacksaw STAT.
If cowhides can protect your floors, why couldn't they also protect your tabletops? Mandy of Fabric Paper Glue created this DIY coaster tutorial that requires only white leather or vinyl, permanent markers, scissors, and her mini cowhide template.
Foraged materials lend earthy appeal to any coffee table when turned into eye-catching coasters. For these dried flower coasters, Rachel of The Crafted Life sliced her own wood from a dead tree branch, but precut wood slices are readily available online.
Like miniature works of abstract art for your coffee table, these watercolor coasters are playfully chic. Designed by The Flair Exchange, they're an easy way to introduce a wash of color -- the only hard part will be deciding which hues to use.
Industrial wood pallets inspired this simple DIY from Chi Wei of One Dog Woof. A set of these wooden coasters would make a fun hostess gift during BBQ season.
Animal Place Card Holders
Add charm to your table with these woodland creature place card holders made from plastic animal figurines, gold paint, and a few simple craft supplies.
Wine Cork Trivet
Turn your wine cork collection into a colorful trivet with this step-by-step tutorial.