DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable

Lonny contributor Steph Hung shows us how to make these charming monogrammed coasters — no sewing necessary.

Winter nights are perfect for cozy girls' nights in. Whether you're dishing about The Bachelor over cosmos or analyzing your latest book club read over a glass of pinot noir, there's always a way to make your cocktail nights more chic. Enter Lonny contributor and DIY extraordinaire Steph Hung, who showed us how to add some homemade charm to our libations with these colorful monogrammed coasters. They're great for protecting your tabletops and helping guests keep track of their drinks. And the best part? No sewing skills necessary. Read on to find out how you can create these crafty coasters.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

MATERIALS

- wool felt (we used colors for the top and white for the bottom)
- fusible interfacing
- iron
- detail scissors
- fabric scissors
- circle template (a jar lid will work well)
- pencil

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Start with a 4" felt square. Draw a letter onto your top felt.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

2. Carefully cut the letter out with the detail scissors.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

3. Layer the fusible interfacing between your top and bottom pieces and iron them together.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

4. Trace the circle template onto the felt sandwich.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

5. Carefully cut the coaster out.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

6. Have friends over for drinks to show off your DIY felt coaster prowess.

DIY Felt Coasters to Make Your Girls' Night In More Adorable
Steph Hung

I'm the Chief Content Officer of Livingly Media (Livingly, Lonny, StyleBistro, Zimbio, Mabel + Moxie, and It's Rosy). My TV boyfriend is Pacey Witter. You can reach me at jill@livingly.com.
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