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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'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
These coasters are SO cute. If I didn't already have 2 sets of ceramic coasters, I wouldn't hesitate to pick up a set of these!!4
I think these are cute but I already have clay and glass coasters.4
I am not planning to purchase the coasters. I own a wine boutique and get coasters at almost every tasting I go to. I am swimming in coasters.5
I think these are very cute but not the most practical. I did however find their website and love their letterpress stationary and holiday cards and would purchase some of those.4
These would be great for having a big bash, but for everyday, I prefer coasters that can take the wear-and-tear of spilled drinks and lots of handling.2
They're fun and creative but the material isn't right for a coaster. I would prefer something glass or plastic that wouldn't be ruined by the condensation on a glass.1
Really guys, paper drink coasters? I came here for beauty-related things not random junk.1
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
Very collegey...doesn't go with anything I own and seemed a little cheap. Wasn't feeling this at all.1