Washi Tape Coasters

Washi Tape Coasters: Do you want to craft some custom coasters for your space? Or perhaps you want to freshen up some old coasters you already have. Whatever the case may be, take a look below at these easy DIY washi tape coasters you can try. | Optimistic MommyDo you want to craft some custom coasters for your space? Or perhaps you want to freshen up some old coasters you already have. Whatever the case may be, take a look below at these easy DIY washi tape coasters you can try. These washi tape coasters are a cinch to craft, and everything we used here we found at our local Dollar Tree store. Here is how you can get started crafting your own!

Washi Tape Coasters: Do you want to craft some custom coasters for your space? Or perhaps you want to freshen up some old coasters you already have. Whatever the case may be, take a look below at these easy DIY washi tape coasters you can try. | Optimistic MommySupplies Needed:

  • Wide Washi Tape
  • Coasters
  • Scissors

We found both the washi tape we used here and the coasters (sold two to a pack) at Dollar Tree. They are perfect for this craft!

Directions:

  1. Begin by cleaning the tops of your coasters with a soft cloth. Wiping away on dust will help the tape adhere nicely.Washi Tape Coasters: Do you want to craft some custom coasters for your space? Or perhaps you want to freshen up some old coasters you already have. Whatever the case may be, take a look below at these easy DIY washi tape coasters you can try. | Optimistic Mommy
  2. Cut a length of washi tape and prepare to apply it to the coaster. Take your time, don’t rush. Cover one side, smoothing out air bubbles as you do. Fold the tape over the edges of the coaster.
  3. Prepare to apply the second strip to cover the second half of the coaster. Line the tape up so the patterns match and the entire coaster top looks uniform. Press the tape down and smooth out bubbles as you do. Fold the ends of the tape over the edges of the coaster.

Washi Tape Coasters: Do you want to craft some custom coasters for your space? Or perhaps you want to freshen up some old coasters you already have. Whatever the case may be, take a look below at these easy DIY washi tape coasters you can try. | Optimistic MommyYour washi tape coasters are now ready to be used. How easy was that? They are perfect for protecting tabletops while looking great at the same time. Gather your supplies and give them a try!

Comments

  1. I love your washi tape, so colorful. cute idea, I wonder if they could be mod podged to make them water proof.

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  2. Wow, they look amazing! I’ve never used washi tape, I think I’ll have to try it!

  3. i LOVE this idea, great idea for a kid to make. Please bring this by the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop and let me know your link # so I can feature YOU and help you shine. http://www.amothersshadow.com Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  4. Great kid craft! Thank you for linking up at #PureBlogLove link Party. The party goes live every Thursday night at 8 p.m. EST. and runs through the weekend. I’m hosting over at http://www.homemadefoodjunkie.com. I hope you come link up another great post!

  5. This looks incredible! I love them. Pinned and tweeted. We are so thrilled to have you at our party. Please stop by on Monday at 7, so we can see your amazing projects. Lou Lou Girls

  6. Cool idea! Simple, yet looks beautiful! Going to have to try this!

  7. Great idea! Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party! Pinned & shared. Hope to see you again this week!

  8. I can see myself making these coasters for friends and family. I love the bold colors and the easy instructions.

  9. Holly Thomas says:

    This is a really good and easy idea!

  10. Tiffanie Hope says:

    Cool coasters are pretty much my favorite thing, lol. This is a cheap way to be creative!

  11. Sue M. says:

    I love the look of these, and they sound very easy to make, thanks for posting!

  12. Cindy S. says:

    These are so pretty! I think my Girl Scout troop would have fun making these. Thanks for the great idea!

  13. Edna Williams says:

    Wow! I love this! Thanks for sharing!

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