If you love winter or woodland themed crafts, these painted coasters are for you. They only take minutes to make and are perfect for gifts!
I love anything woodland themed. I think it’s because I really enjoy the outdoors – I do have a Forestry degree! I love these theme so much that I have a Gnome and Woodland Pinterest board where I keep all of my crafty outdoorsy inspiration.
I finally took some of that woodland energy and made these DIY painted coasters. What happened was that I found the wood slices first at Michaels, and realized that with some easy stenciling I could turn them into winter woodland coasters in minutes.
So that’s what I did. Here’s how I made them (it’s so easy that any beginner can do it!).
Winter Woodland Stenciled Coasters
Gather These Supplies
- Wood slices – I got mine at Michaels
- Martha Stewart Crafts Holiday Icons Laser-Cut Stencils
- FolkArt Multi-Surface acrylic paint – your choice of colors
- Foam pouncers – I used these
- Stencil tape or washi tape
- Waterproof sealer – optional
Because I used the FolkArt Multi-Surface paint, I didn’t need to seal, but you can put a sealer on them if you want to.
Here are the painted coasters finished and I love them. These DIY coasters would be an awesome gift idea – especially because they only take a few minutes to make. And who doesn’t want wood slices on their table?
If you enjoy painting coasters, these painted DIY coasters will float your boat. They are a Goodwill revamp!