How To Make Strawberry Coasters Easy

Make a set of these cute Strawberry Coasters that are an easy no sew project and so cute and whimiscal! Not only are they fun, they are practical and help protect surfaces.

Today I am sharing a fun summer craft- How to make easy NO SEW Strawberry coasters. That’s right, no sewing we are using glue instead! These would make a really cute homemade gift idea for a foodie! I am using glue here today- check out this previous post How to glue Felt for tips. If you prefer to sew, check out this easy Felt Coasters DIY

These No-Sew Strawberry Coasters would be fun to use for your next summer party. Or you know, make them and use them on your desk. These are so cute and simple to make and hopefully will make you smile

no sew strawberry felt coasters


Protect your surfaces in style with a handmade strawberry coaster. This tutorial breaks down the process into five simple steps.

You can use paper, fabric or felt for on top of burlap to make these strawberry coasters.

Step 1: Cut Out Shapes Using a sharp pair of cut out a basic strawberry shape from a scrap piece of red felt. Carefully cut out the top of the strawberry and then use that piece as a guide to cut out the strawberry leaf top. This way, we will be sure that the green felt will fit correctly.

Felt strawberry diy

Step 2: Apply Glue Apply a generous amount of glue onto the back of each felt shape. You want the glue to soak into the felt a bit and have more sitting on top.

Set aside the glue-covered felt pieces for a few minutes. This allows the wet glue to get tacky to the touch and helps adhere the felt better.

ALSO READ: Tombow Adhesives: What Glue to Use When?

Glue felt DIY

Step 3: Adhere Onto The Coaster Base I am using burlap paper for the back of the coasters, this paper has burlap on one side and paper on the back of it. If you don’t have this you should be able to easily use cardboard or chipboard in its place.
Adhere the felt shapes onto the back of the burlap paper. Slowly place the green felt leaves into place and make sure that the red and green felt pieces join snuggly.

No sew crafts

Step 4: Cut Out The Coaster Carefully cut around the coaster shape using a sharp pair of non stick scissors. The non stick makes it MUCH easier to cut the sticky layers.

Fiskars scissors pink

Step 5: Add Details: Finally, add the strawberry seeds with a black permanent marker. It is really used to draw these in even though it is felt! Let the glue dry a bit before you go to draw the seeds though.

DIY summer crafts

I used mainly stuff from my craft stash for these DIY felt coasters– some felt scraps, scissors, glue, burlap paper, and a black marker.

And that’s it! No sewing is involved in the making of these DIY Strawberry coasters and that is what makes it a quick craft! I love how these turned out!


felt strawberry coasters

Thank you for being here today and spending some creative time with my friends! I’m so thankful for your kind words and support.

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  1. These are seriously cute AND I have both green and red felt in my stash! Thanks for a great project idea. Pinning. -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  2. Seriously so cute! These would be adorable to use on a patio or for a 4th or July BBQ. I like how you used your destash items, I’d have not thought to back them with the burlap, that’s a great idea. Pinning 🙂

  3. Very cute! I have quite a collection of scrapbook paper & I’ve never seen the burlap paper before. I’m thinking I might make some watermelon ones!

  4. These are so very cute and I seriously have a million uses for that burlap paper….thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Hey Smitha! I love love love that you dressed up for this crafty project by getting a strawberry manicure! The other day I realized that my nails were painted the same color as my current knitting project…what fun! I love the strawberry but an orange or a kiwi would be fun, too. Pinning this tutorial for later 😉

  6. This is darling! Reminds me of when our summer home had a watermelon theme in the kitchen, that would be another fun fruit to make coasters of!

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