Tutorial: coasters with wool beads

Tutorial: coasters with wool beads

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Whether you are a fan of tea, beer or lychee juice, having a set of coasters is a real necessity to preserve your furniture. And if they're cute and homemade, it's even better! Today, we are going to learn how to make pretty coasters with wool beads.


- a coaster 10 cm in diameter or a thin wooden circle of the same diameter - 200 small beads in felted wool - a tube of glue or a glue gun Budget: around 15 € Duration: 1 hour


1. To start, glue the beads one by one to the coaster with a point of glue, starting at the center. Be sure to alternate colors to get a balanced result.
2. Continue to stick the pearls on the entire saucer, positioning the last line 1 mm from the edge.
3. Leave to dry, then repeat for other coasters. Count about 200 small pearls per coaster 10 cm in diameter.


Besides being practical, these coasters are really cute! All you have to do is take out your best glasses! You can also use this same technique to make a trivet!

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