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p>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 order Birchbox for BEAUTY samples. Not for paper coasters.1
I was a bit surprised to receive the coasters. I didn't not like them, perhaps if they were in the different design. I gave them to my daughter and she liked them only because they kind of matched her room colors.1
they seem one time use and i would rather just buy ones that can be reused that way i am not wasting1
I thought it was pretty ridiculous to give coasters out, but at least they were just a freebee and not considered one of the main products1
These are like disposable coasters they have in bars. The prints aren't even that interesting. Just not into them at all.1
Not really what I was expecting as a treat... Will only be one use and not enough for a group.1
I liked some of the other coaster designs I saw on the website, but the ones that were in the kit that I got I didn't care for. They weren't me. Also, it seemed like for cardboard coasters the price was really high - how long would those even last?1
I really didn't like getting the cardboard coasters in my Birchbox.1
maybe if they were a little more substantial. Just putting a wet glass on these would ruin them. Not something I would use. And I didn't really find it to be a great addition to the box.1
paper coasters? that just doesn't make sense to me. I like my coasters to be heavy and durable. paper and liquids just don't go together.1