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Nautical Rope Coasters

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These Nautical Rope Coasters are the perfect addition to your coastal decor. They are a fun and easy craft that only takes a few items to make.

DIY Rope Coasters

During the summer I love nautical elements… so I thought adding some nautical elements to my family room would be perfect.

Rope Coasters for your summer decor

How to Make Rope Coasters

With my favorite crafting tool, my glue gun, I created some rope coasters.

Coastal Rope Coasters

They look perfect on my mapped tables.

Start by using your hot glue to create the center of your coaster. Twist the rope around, adding hot glue every few inches to keep the rope attached as you’re creating the coaster.

You can make them as big or small as you’d like.

How to Make Rope Coasters

Simple, beachy and they took less than 10 minutes to make all 4.

Beachy Rope Coasters

Of course, my son thinks they’re better used as frisbees… gotta love boys!

Rope Coasters on a Map Table

Coaster Tip

My only recommendation is that you use a rope that isn’t scratchy.  This rope is very soft to the touch.  You don’t want something that could scratch up your glass or wood.  If you used a scratchy rope you could cut out some cork and adhere it to the base to protect your surfaces. 

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16 Comments

  1. These are great!! I’m SO loving the nautical look right now, maybe because I’m desperate for spring?! And I just bought nautical rope, so when I ran across your coasters I was so excited! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. I’m SO loving the nautical look right now…maybe because I’m dreaming of spring?! And I just bought some rope…so when I came across your awesome coasters I was so excited! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. These look great. My only question is about the condensation from the glasses. How well do the coasters absorb that or do they?

    1. Great question HM. I’ve only used them for 2 days now… but they’ve been hot days where I loaded my water with ice and they absorbed the moisture perfectly. I think it would depend on the type of rope you pick too.

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