Copper Foil Coasters

Copper Foil Coasters

Did you know that making your own coasters is actually really easy? The Copper Foil Coasters are the perfect way to add some extra charm to your home. These DIY Drink Coasters are especially great because copper goes with every color. Therefore, you can put them into any room in your house to match your home decor. If you drink a lot of coffee or tea, you should add these to your craft to-do list. Not only will you learn how to make drink coasters, but you will also save money because this craft doesn't cost as much as buying coasters at the store.

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Difficulty LevelEasy

Materials List

  • Unfinished Wood Coaster Set
  • Lighter
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush
  • Felt Pads
  • EasyCast Clear Casting Epoxy
  • Darice Foil Tape (I used copper metallic)
  • Americana Chalky Finish Paint (I used Everlasting White)

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What a neat idea. It's inexpensive, easy and cute. Those three words make me happy as a clam. I will have to have some in most of my rooms including the bedrooms since people have a habit of setting glasses of wTer or coffee on the night stands. Just a tip, if you go to Lowes or Home Depot they have 4" square floor tile samples that you can get for free. I covered an old side table top with them.

Did you use the glazed tiles to make your coasters? Does the foil stay on it? They are using unfinished wood to make theirs and I would not think the wood would repel the water.I would love to make these especially for Christmas with the foils but wondered if the foil will stay on. I never knew Home Depot gave free tile saamples. Is it all or just certain ones.Can not wait to make them.


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