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The folks behind our favorite letterpress studio designed these cheery turquoise and green coasters. Even if you aren’t a grammar fiend, the ampersand motif is fun and stylish. Or try the cute moustaches, they’re sure to make you smile. Grab a set to spruce up your coffee table. They’re a hip way to keep your tables safe from stains!
I'd be interested in other products they offer, but paper coasters aren't something I'm interested in.1
i really wish BB would stick more to beauty type things...i just think this was a weird addition.1
they were cheap coasters I get at restaurants or bars, not soemthing I would showcase in my home.1
I'm not big into paper coasters. Also, I feel like if you use these once, the sweat from your drink makes them look kind of gross.2
I like these coasters, I just wish people didn't assume they were trash after the first use-cold drinks leave a ring-on the coaster, not the table.3
I would really prefer to not get like this anymore. I signed up for make up samples, not scraps of paper.1
These are great, I wish I seent these before my outdoor wedding, they would have been perfect! But I'm definitely getting some for the holiday parties ahead.5
In response to "Are you planning on purchasing........?" - my answer would be "maybe, still undecided".
I suggest you add an option for maybe, still undecided for that question.
Also - these coasters are ridiculously priced for what they are..... like completely outrageous. I would think that a recycled like product would be less expensive or at least a normal price. The price definitely influenced my opinion on the product.
Paper Coasters - not something I would buy. It's paper - which would not last in my house with a 5 year old and a clumsy husband.2
I'll put this on my list as a good option for a hostess gift...pick up a set when I see them at the store.3