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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!
Two coasters fit a small end table in our living room, they are a welcome addition.4
I mean, I guess it's nice to get coasters, but you really only use them (especially paper ones) when you have people over right? and how often do you only have one person over?2
Cute, but pointless. I can probably easily make my own for way cheaper1
These are great - I can totally see using them at the office. They are inexpensive enough that if they get lost or ruined I wouldn't care, but they still look good.5
It's been said, but I'll say it again - why would you give us these when we could pick up something as valuable at the local Red Robin?1
What cool coasters! They make a nice hostess gift, and they are reasonably priced. I like that they are quirky and colorful, not dull and boring. They make a nice stocking stuffer! :)5
These are so cool! I love them and they look great on our dining room table. I like it when you guys switch it up and send non-beauty products as extras!5
I don't understand this. Flimsy coasters that will be ruined after one use. It really was a waste for me I threw them away1
This sample felt a bit cheap and flimsy. If I were going to use coasters, I'd use either wooden or ceramic ones, not thin cardboard. I really like the idea of the Birchbox "extra," but this choice just seemed below par.1
They are just coasters made of paper. I didn't see anything really special about them except for the fact that they are pretty. I can get a set of paper coasters at a dollar store for a lot cheaper.3