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DIY Halloween Coasters

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During each October, my home always fills with orange and black color decoration. This year, besides the Bat Flying Wall Decor, I have made a set of Halloween coasters to add to my collections; a set of pumpkin, spider, and bat felt coasters.

Get templates & tutorial to DIY Halloween coasters. Serving EYEBALLS COCKTAIL on pumpkin, spider & bat coasters to surprise your guest.

These felt coasters are easy to make and can be done within an evening. Templates are included for free download and ready to print. So, if you need an urgent coaster for the upcoming Halloween, try this out. .

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In order to top up the excitement of the spooky Halloween, there is also an easy recipe to make the Eyeballs Cocktail shown in the picture. With these Halloween coasters, eye-balls cocktail, Jack-O-Lantern cheesecake, and some store-bought treats, now you can call for a last-minute small Halloween party … oh, don’t forget to make a Bats Swarming Wall Decor to surprise your guests.

halloween felt coasters

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DIY Halloween Coasters - How To

DIY Halloween Coasters - How To

Yield: 2 sets of Halloween Felt Coasters
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Avid Beginner
Estimated Cost: $5 - $10

These felt coasters are easy to make and can be done within an evening. Templates are included for free download and ready to print. So, if you need an urgent coaster for the upcoming Halloween, try this out.

Enjoy making them!

Materials

Felt Coasters

  • Synthetic Felt, 2mm thickness, Orange & Black, 12″ x 12″ each
  • Black embroidery floss
  • Metallic silver acrylic paint

EyeBalls Cocktail

  • 1 can of whole-lychee in syrup (king size)
  • Black grapes
  • Cranberry juice (chilled)

Tools

Felt Coasters

Instructions

  1. a. Download and print the spider on web, pumpkin & bat templates. After download, open it in Adobe Reader and print on white cardstock. The circle should measure 4″ in diameter.
    **Don’t print from browser, the size might not in correct scale.
    b. Cut templates with X-ACTO Knife and scissors.Halloween coasters


  2. Get ready all the materials and tools as listed above (didn’t show all in the picture).Halloween coasters


  3. a. Trace templates on felt. Use a pen on orange felt and light color pencil on black felt.
    b. Trace only the bat template on the black felt, the spider and pumpkin are not necessary.Halloween coasters


  4. Cut traced templates from felt.
    Cut them slightly inside the tracing lines so that you won’t have traces of black lines showing on the felt.Halloween coasters


  5. a. Glue pumpkin and spider on the black felt will quick dry all-purpose adhesive. Make sure all edges are glued properly.
    b. Place the felt under a stake of books for about 15 minutes or until they give a good adhesion.Halloween coasters


  6. Cut the black felt following the shape of the orange felt.Halloween coasters


  7. Use light color pencil or water erasable fabric marker to draw pattern lines on the pumpkin and the spider coasters.Halloween coasters


  8. Sew back-stitches on pumpkin and wings of the bat.Halloween coasters


  9. This is how it looks like after the backstitching.make halloween felt coasters


  10. Draw the spider webs with metallic silver acrylic paint by using a fine tip brush.make spider felt coasters

Eye Balls Cocktail

  1. a. Open the can and drain the syrup of the lychee.
    b. Wash the same amount of black grapes.Halloween coasters


  2. a. Insert the black grapes into the lychees. Cut the grapes to shorten the length if it is too long to fit in.
    b. Place them in the cocktail glass, parfait cup, ice cream glass or dessert bowl.Halloween coasters


  3. Fill up with chilled cranberry juice.
    Serve chilled.Halloween coasters

Halloween coasters

Notes

Get the full article at https://www.craftpassion.com/halloween-theme-felt-coasters/

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Tomoko

Friday 14th of October 2016

Hi Joanne,

Thank you so much for sharing the patterns for those cute Halloween coasters. I really enjoyed making them! I can't wait to use them on Halloween Movie Night with my friends :)

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