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.
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.
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 handmade 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. Another option that people use is VHT Enamel, which is perfect for putting hot cups on.
After you complete your final layer of decoupage, you’ll let dry, then paint a layer of sealer on the top.
If you're tired of seeing rings on your coffee and end tables, here is your solution! These cute little terra cotta coasters are super quick and easy to make, and the best part is you don't need many materials to make them.