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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 honestly thought it was really silly that 2 coasters came and they had birchbox promotion stamped on them. When I heard there were 2 I thought "well, can't use them on the coffee table" so then I thought they would be great for my office desk (since there are only 2) but to have the birchbox sample promotion language all over them, no that wasn't going to work.
The designs are really cute. If I wanted them I would go to the site and check out the designs. I might buy them for the right design, sure.
I ended up using them as part of my thanksgiving decor for candle holders where the candle was falling through. They held the candle up properly and you could see enough of the design (colored part) to add some color to my display. Not really their intended use but so far I have gotten some use out of them.
They are really cute, but super thin..... but they will work okay for a while.3
I think they're cute coasters, and would make a great gift for someone, as maybe a hostess gift. However, I just don't really see buying paper coasters for my house unless I was planning on having a huge party.3
I'm not sure if the value is good enough for paper coasters. The designs are awesome, but if they were on something a little more durable, I'd me more likely to pay $15 for 10.3
they are a little pricey for my taste....but really cute3
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'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
I put these our for my friend and I to use before we went out one night. She asked where my regular coasters were and I told her I was trying something new, that I got from Birchbox. We both agreed the style was fun, but since she's a spiller, the product was a little flimsy, unlike my metal coasters that easily wipe up and dont leak.3
They are cute. However, since they are paper I'm afraid they won't last more than a year.3
They are paper so once they get wet, which they do cause they are coasters, they start to warp and peel. Not really worth the money in the long run3