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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!
These are cute, but if I wanted paper goods I'd sign up for TOTA Press.4
I like the print and colors used, just I don't use coasters and wouldn't be willing to shell the money out for what they are.2
I really liked these coasters. they're fun to use and i think its great to put them on ur desk at work5
I was a little disappointed with these coaster. I feel like they will break down after it first comes into contact with water and will not serve their designed purpose.2
Being a letterpress printer myself, I wasn't that impressed. The inking was rather spotty. And the impression especially with the small font on the back put cracks in the paper. But I'm old school, you should kiss the paper not punch through it. But kids these days like that dodgy imperfect feel I guess.2
These are just lovely. A little pricey for my taste, but it's a nice addition to a dinner party. A really great way to add color to a table.4
I am always in need of good coasters and these ones are super cute so that makes it even better. I gave one to my sister because she always uses coasters as well. It definitely keeps the water marks from my water glasses off my desk.5
I was not happy to see this in my birchbox. The coasters are cheap looking; something you would find in your local bar. I hope I don't receive anymore coasters in my birchbox as I don't think they fall into the "beauty" catagory. What a disappointment.1
They are cute. However, since they are paper I'm afraid they won't last more than a year.3
Cute idea for a gift - but not for me. I like to give handmade cards (which I make) when giving a gift.2