Easy DIY Coaster Ornaments

This is a really simple project.  How many times have you been in the store and found some cute coasters, but you don’t know what to do with them since you have so many coasters already?

Well, I found a project for you!  You can easily turn the cardboard coasters into Christmas ornaments.

It’s really simple.  It’s actually a pretty cheap way to get a whole bunch of ornaments.

Here are the steps:
1. Find a cardboard coaster you like.
2. Drill a hole in the top.
3. Use a ribbon of your choice (I used baker’s twine) and tie it through the hole.
4. Hang on tree.

Total project cost: the coasters were $4, I think there are 8 in the set. I already had the bakers twine. So… $0.50 for a cute ornament! Where can you find that in the store??

These ornament coasters were found at Tuesday Morning, they are by “Michel Design Works”.

I kinda like the green baker’s twine as it blends in with tree, as you can see below!

Here are some other cute coasters that I think would make cute ornaments:

Letterpress Christmas Deer Coasters - Set of 12 - Red and Green Holiday Coasters, Hostess gift, Ready to Ship
etsy, Dinglewood Design $8
Fluid Ink Letterpress, Etsy, $12.50
Antique Ornament multicolored letterpress coasters, set of 8
pink orchid lettpress, etsy, $12

Alright, that should do it! Now go turn your coasters into some ornaments!

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1 Comment

  1. December 10, 2014 / 4:53 am

    Cute idea! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!