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Unique Mod Podge Coaster Craft Ideas You’ll Love!

Looking for a quick Mod Podge gift or home decor project? These decoupage coaster craft ideas are perfect if you are short on time or budget.

8 Mod Podge Coaster Craft Ideas You'll Love!

Hmmm, you are thinking . . . what should I be decoupaging this weekend? I’m excited to share these coaster craft ideas – because if you are a beginner or just want a quickie (so to speak), Mod Podge coasters are a great option.

Coaster Ideas

Visit each of these friendly bloggers for their steps and tutorials – I promise you’ll get instant gratification, as only crafting with Mod Podge and eating chocolate can provide.

I think you’re going to love making Mod Podge coasters, and you’ll find that everyone will be getting a set for gifts this year!

PS – I highly recommend using an outdoor, clear, brush-on sealer like Minwax Polycrylic on finished coasters to make them truly waterproof, and to reduce tackiness.

After you complete your final layer of decoupage, you’ll let dry, then paint a layer of sealer on the top.

Tile map coasters

Tile map coasters at Lansdowne Life

DIY photo tile coasters

DIY photo tile coasters at A Diamond in the Stuff

DIY tile coasters

DIY tile coasters at Makely Home

If you are looking for unique crafts for men, these DIY comic book coasters are perfect. Use materials right from the hardware store!

Comic book coasters


Fingerpainted coasters at Merriment Design

napkin coasters

Napkin coasters at Generally Creative

typography coasters

Typography coasters at It’s So Very Cheri

groovy coasters

Groovy coasters at The Crow Road

Do you want more Mod Podge coaster craft ideas? Go here!

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Exhausted Mommy

Saturday 23rd of February 2013

Thank you for sharing this list of Modge Podge Coasters, I am definitely making some of these for gifts this year!

Linda Lucero

Saturday 15th of December 2012

Oh my goodness...g-kids did some finger painting..gonna try to use them on the tiles ..great idea! thanks

Its So Very Cheri

Sunday 12th of August 2012

Thanks So Much Amy!!



Saturday 3rd of December 2011

I did this on shiny tiles we had left over and I did it once with lace and the other time with vintage superhero coaster and people loved them!


Friday 1st of July 2011

PS Love all the projects here.

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