WOYWW: Make Your Own Coasters

Top of Altered Coaster Box

It’s always amazing what you make – forget about – then find again when you finally get around to cleaning up your workspace.

Altered Coaster Box - Interior

This week, I came across a project I completed awhile back. It’s an altered box filled with a set of coordinating holiday-themed coasters.

Be Merry Coaster

As you might imagine, the cats – not me – immediately took over the space. Tsunami sprawled out and took a nap (he’s headlining at Wordless Wednesday) and Legend got naughty with a roll of paper towels!

Altered Coaster - Friends

What’s on your workspace this week? Leave a comment – then, stop by Julia’s to see what the other WOYWWers are up to!

Altered Coaster - Together

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Altered Coaster - Fun

Have a fabulous week, dear friends!

24 Responses to “WOYWW: Make Your Own Coasters”

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  1. Okienurse says:

    great looking coasters! I really like the colors and the style of the papers! Thanks for sharing! Have a great week and Happy Holidays! Vickie #35

  2. Really cute Coasters… I love all the layers.

    Hugs
    Shirley Pumpkin#63

  3. DanielleP says:

    Love the coasters. I haven’t done anything for Christmas yet!
    DanielleP

  4. doone says:

    the coasters are lovely

  5. those coasters are really lovely…. the family one is my favourite…. xx

  6. Lou P says:

    Oh Wonderful Coasters, hmmn, I’m going shopping on friday I’ll have to see what I can find , thanks for the inspiration, xx
    Bit late getting on this week due to various disasters, but belated happy WOYWW
    Lou #102

  7. I adore all the coasters! Thanks for sharing.

    By the way, I am having a Little Rue giveaway on my blog. I hope you will join.

    http://www.momfashionworld.com/2011/12/doing-little-good-with-nicole-kidman.html

  8. Shar says:

    Great idea and fab designs!

  9. DM says:

    I love these coasters. What a fun idea for a gift.

  10. Pam says:

    Awesome job! And exciting news ahead? YAY 2012~!!!

  11. Great coasters! And indeed, it is lots of fun to dig through the rubble on your desk and find lost treasures.

  12. Deborah says:

    Very pretty and homey coasters! Stopping in for the Alexa hop.

  13. Love the coasters! They came out so festive! That is a truely great idea thanks for sharing! -Amanda 29

  14. Monica says:

    Hi there,
    Love your coasters! Would you link up to my homemade gifts linky here:

    Would love to see your coasters in the collection!
    Thanks!

  15. Heidi says:

    I think they are too pretty to risk destroying with drinks! Thanks for sharing with us over at NOBH!

  16. Elizabeth says:

    I like your very festive looking coasters – great papers and embellishments. Have a great weekend. Elizabeth x #66

  17. Shirley-Anne says:

    Lovely boxed gift of pretty coasters . Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday .
    Shirley-Anne

  18. These coasters make great giveaways for Christmas! Visiting from Mom Blog Monday bloghop!

  19. Vanessa says:

    What a fun idea! I love the colors and the words used on the coasters. Thanks for sharing.

    I am a new follower from the Terrific Tuesday Hop. I hope you have a chance to stop by and follow me back at

    I also host a *weekend long* hop that stats on Fridays. I would love for you to add your link 🙂

    Have a great week

    Vanessa

  20. So pretty! I’d hate to cover them up and ruin them using as coasters tho! Dropped in from make it monday!

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