DIY Making Tile Coaster using Cricut {Under .25 cents Each}

Coaster Sets

How many times have you felt stuck when it comes to giving gifts? When you just can’t figure out what would be special enough? It is probably for times like these, when you are low on inspiration, that you can count on us! 

If you have a Cricut machine and are feeling crafty, your gifting problems are solved. There’s a ton of stuff that you can do, including making custom coasters to jazz up the kitchen, bar, and home space. And if you know what exactly your theme is going to be, there is no stopping you. The designs are quite easy to get. There are loads of options- on Etsy, Google, or you can even check with me. Just drop me an email and I will get back to you.

The good thing about this project is that you get the pre-cut tiles and even the backing. I sat and cut out each piece of the backing before discovering that you could source pre-cut backing too. (*Sigh!) But I’m glad I can help you with that. All the links are given below, for your convenience. So, it is a straightforward case of design-print-stick design-stick backing- ready! My coasters are quite popular and sell well too. You could give it a shot if you are looking for a crafty item to make and market. I package mine minimalistically, so folks can see what they are buying. 

Supplies that you’ll need:

Coaster Svg Bundle:…

MATERIALS LIST (contains my affiliate links):

*Blisstime 100 Pcs Self-Adhesive Cork Sheets 4″x 4″​

*Permanent Adhesive 651​

*Light Pad Drawing A4 Tracing Light Table –​

*Con-Tact Brand Shelf Liner and Privacy Film, Clear Cover Self-Adhesive Semi-Transparent Liner,​

​ * Weeding tool-​

*Cricut Maker-​

*Cricut Standard Grip Mat, 12″x12″, 2 Mats:​

*Cricut Tools, XL Scraper:​

Watch the video for step by step details and tips. 

Happy Crafting!

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