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Copper Foil Coasters

Did you know that making your own coasters is actually really easy? You can make these copper foil coasters for your home or change up the colors to match your home decor.
Course diy
Keyword coasters
Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 2 hours
Drying time 5 hours
Total Time 7 hours 5 minutes
Author Angie Holden

What You Will Need

  • Unfinished Wood Coaster Set
  • Americana Chalky Finish Paint I used Everlasting White
  • Darice Foil Tape I used copper metallic
  • EasyCast Clear Casting Epoxy
  • Felt Pads
  • Paintbrush
  • Scissors
  • Lighter


  • Paint the coasters with a few coats of paint. I painted the top, bottom, and sides for a finished look. Allow to dry and cure completely before continuing. Add strips of tape to the coasters in whichever directions you choose.
  • Protect your work surface, then break out the two-part epoxy. Mix a 1:1 ratio and follow the mixing instruction exactly.
  • Raise the coasters by setting them on something to ensure they do not stick to the surface they are on. Pour the epoxy onto the coasters.
  • After you have spread your epoxy, pop any bubbles by running a lighter over the surface but DO NOT touch the surface with the flame.
  • Allow the epoxy to cure for 24 hours before touching the project.
  • Add felt pads to the bottom of each coaster to protect your table if desired.
  • Your coasters are ready to use!


A few notes on epoxy:
  • You need an exact 1-to-1 ratio so measure each part first in your disposable¬†measuring cups.
  • Protect your work surface and wear gloves to protect your hands. Have plenty of rags on hand as well.
  • Pour the two parts together and mix with¬†craft sticks. Again these are disposable.
  • Follow the mixing instructions exactly. So if it says mix for 2 full minutes do so.
  • When pouring, spread out as much as possible and be sure to get all areas even the corners.