DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters


Hello, friends! Today I’m back with a fun little DIY. Right before the holidays I came across an image of felt ball coasters. You may have noticed that these little felt balls have been popping up all around craftland. I saw lots of them this past holiday season in garlands and ornaments. Wanting to get crafty with these little guys, I decided to make some colorful coasters for my new office space!

I ended up ordering felt balls from this fab Etsy shop. (The shop owner Claire is a delight!) You can buy the felt balls in multicolor packs or pick whatever combination of colors you like best. I did both. I used the 1cm size for this particular project.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

As I’ll describe below, I basically glued the balls to some clearance cork coasters I found at TJ Maxx. After doing a little more research when writing this post, I realized that these felt balls could also be threaded onto string and then sewn together. This would eliminate the need for the cork coaster. This would also make the felt balls a bit closer together. I may try this method with a larger size ball. If I do, I’ll be sure to show you how.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

I’m just super happy with how my coasters turned out. They appeared in this Instagram yesterday, and I was pleased to see that they received such a positive response!

Let me show you how I made them.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters

Here’s what you’ll need:

1 cm wool felt balls (90-100 per coaster depending on the size)
cork coasters
E600 glue

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

Begin by gluing one felt ball to the center of your coaster.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

I used a long wood skewer to place the glue where I wanted it. When I got to the other rings, I just put the glue directly onto the cork.

To keep the felt balls as tight as possible, you’ll want to stop and allow the glue to dry every so often as you work around each coaster. I worked on my coasters off and on throughout the day.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

Continue working all the way around until your coaster is completely covered. For the last row, I had just enough space to glue each ball a little to the coaster and a little to the felt ball next to it. This made the cork coaster virtually disappear.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

After everything is dry, your coasters are ready to use!

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

This is a super simple project, and I think the end product is really spectacular. The coasters are so unique and colorful, clearly a perfect addition to my space.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

I also really love that they are customizable. The felt balls come in oodles of colors you could do varied shades of blue or a more neutral pallet with grays and whites. Either way, you will have a cozy spot for your favorite beverage.

DIY Wool Felt Ball Coasters | Inspired by Charm

How do you like my colorful coasters?

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  • Manish Rajput at

    This article is really good.. Thanks for sharing such types of Information

  • BBQ Chicken at

    Excellent project for Corona 19 lockout. I’ll set my kids on it asap.

  • toppctips.com at

    this is really good I appreciate your work for sharing us such useful information thank you so much.

  • suman at

    This is really good I appreciate your work for sharing us such a useful information thank you so much.

  • Neeraj at

    Please keep posting and inspire the world.

  • Neeraj at

    Thank you for sharing nice stuff.

  • Rahul Songire at

    Such a lovely idea! I love colours and its not only vibrant but beautiful too. Absolutely loved it

  • Bryanna at

    Epic post. This is a must try!
    Thanks for sharing.

  • RK at

    Very Nice

  • Nora at

    Cool stuff. Looks like so much fun.

  • Lorie Anderson at

    Wonderful project for a rainy day. I’ll set my kids on it asap.

  • Amanda at

    Would this work with hot glue?

  • Pre Schools in Faridabad at

    Love this, We also do this activity in my School. Dynasty is one of the leading Pre Schools in Faridabad, which offer programs for elementary kindergarten education, child development, colorful environment for the children.

  • Elisabeth at

    Hi! Love this project! Could you tell me what size the coasters are that you used? Did you end up trying it with larger felt balls?

    Thanks!

  • Ivo at

    Wow, these are great. Need to try some project with wool, soon. Right now, I’m in spring mood so my latest project is DIY Spring centerpiece – , but definitely will try something like yours. I’ve already bought some yarn 🙂

  • Fahmuda Haq Dola at

    Too cool.. Good idea. looks unique..Will definitely try..thanks for sharing

  • Elva at

    If you are just looking for this kind of gift, you are going to love DIY tutorials in this tutorial. Complete the colors and shapes. Felt Ball Costa or Make Anger Decoration Fine Arts I love your review.

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