Lacy and sophisticated DIY coasters

Lacy and sophisticated DIY coastersWe all have that huge stash of scrap fabrics tucked away in our cupboards right? Bit of lace here, bit of calico there . . . all of it saved because you “might” want it one day.

These DIY coasters are a great project to put some of that fabric to use. Don’t leave it sitting in the drawers anymore! Time to bust it out and make something fantastic.lace coasters_1

You will need:

  • Mod Podge Gloss
  • Coasters
  • Sponge brush
  • Scissors
  • Lacey fabric or other fabric scraps

lace coasters_2Cut a piece from your fabric that’s close to the size of your coaster.

lace coasters_3Apply a generous coat of Mod Podge to the surface.

lace coasters_4Place your fabric on the coaster. Apply more Mod Podge to the top of the lace. Do this by dabbing the sponge brush up and down to avoid dragging the lace from the coaster.

lace coastersWait an hour or so for the Mod Podge to dry slightly. It doesn’t need to be completely dry, just enough for the lace to be secure. Cut the excess lace from around the edge of the coaster.

Lacy and sophisticated DIY coastersI just love the simplicity and sophistication of these pretties. So simple to make but they will make quite a statement on your coffee table.

If you want to seal them further, use Minwax Polycrylic brush on or something clear and similar. Done!

Dom blogs at Crafted and lives in Sydney, Australia. You can find more of her creative adventures on Facebook, Twitter,  Instagram, and Pinterest!

Comments

  1. jami says

    Would love to make these for a gift can you please tell me where to find the cork coasters? Thanks

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