How to Make Football Coasters

Football Coasters


Everyone in America knows that football season is upon us. Why not make watching the game a little more enjoyable with these fun DIY football coasters? With a little bit of felt, corkboard, and glue you can create these awesome coasters that are perfect for protecting your tables and properly holding your beer as you watch the game.

What’s even more awesome about these coasters is the fact that they take less than 10 minutes to make. No… seriously. All you do is cut, glue, and use!

We used these coasters for our tailgating party this weekend to go along with the football field table runner I made. Both paired perfectly together and made our game-time meal more enjoyable. These would also be perfect to pack up and take to the game for a proper tailgating party.

Here’s how:

DIY Football Coasters

What you need:


Football Coasters suplies

What you do:

1. Get out the cork board and felt. Print off the football coasters template to use.

Football Coasters felt and cork board

2. Cut out the football shape in the felt.

Football Coasters felt football cutouts

3. Use the felt template to cut out the cork board.

Football Coasters cork board football cut out

4. Using the white felt, cut out laces for the football.

Football Coasters felt laces

6. Glue all of the pieces together with the tacky glue. Repeat to make more coasters.

Football Coasters

Do you watch football? Who’s your favorite team?

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  1. These are really fun! So creative!


  1. […] So grab your glue, get some felt, and lets make a table runner! Then grab the scraps and make the football coasters to go along with […]

  2. […] got even more festive with our meal and created a football field table runner and football coasters to match. They made eating our meal even more […]

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