DIY Geometric Painted Cork Coasters

If you want to have come really cute and unique coasters or if you want to make a thoughtful gift, you can always go for some diy things. These geometric painted cork coasters will make a great addition to your table or a really great gift. I love how these turned out despite the small imperfection details. We have used them at home a lot and I have even used them as props when photographing cups or beverages!

DIY Geometric Painted Cork Coasters Tutorial

DIY Geometric Painted Cork Coasters

It’s super easy and fun to make. I really let my hand do the work. I didn’t plan the shapes I just went with the flow and even though now I would have done a few things differently, I loved the shapes that came out!

This craft was inspired by my sweet friend Lauren from the thinking closet. She always inspired me to make cute and fun things. This is another one of them.


I used my favorite colors {ahem, my new favorite colors LOL}. I got obsessed with turquoise but I still have a deep love for my pink. I added the silver color and a bit of purple to make it pop. I LOVE the result and who knew I even end up using the colors on my Theme design ha ha.

Want to try making these cute geometric painted cork coasters?

Let’s do it!


  • Plain cork coasters
  • Acrylic paint {and metallic paint if you want}
  • Masking tape
  • Brush

First make sure to clean your coasters. Free them of dust.

With the asking tape, make random shapes. Cut the masking tape in different widths so it’s all uneven. I made them like this:


Then start painting. I didn’t have turquoise color, so I made it. The picture makes it look more bluish, but believe me it’s turquoise LOL.


I painted different spots with different sizes with each color getting this:


Let it dry for a few minutes {these paints dry really fast}.

When dry peal off the masking tape to reveal the result!


Tadaaaaa!!!! LOVE it. I might do new ones but with thinner lines of masking tape so there are more painted areas. But I still love the result.


I made the same with the other coasters making different shapes!


That’s it! I made all 4 of these in less than an hour and I couldn’t be happier. I’m planning on making some more and try different shapes! We can always use different materials too, like wood, plastic. Anything can be useful with a little imagination!


How about you?… Inspired to make some geometric painted cork coasters? Hope you are!

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Till Next time!

My name is Camila Rojas but everyone call me Cami. I'm a mommy, blogger, baker, do it yourselfer, crafter and graphic designer. Owner and founder of The Crafting Nook {formerly TitiCrafty} and TCN Design Studio: web design for bloggers. Join me on my crazy adventures!

26 Comments on " DIY Geometric Painted Cork Coasters "

  1. Camila

    My kids (5 and 9) and i made these today. I let them place the tape and pick the colors and paint them as gift for aunts and uncles. They could hardly wait to take the tape off and see how they looked. Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. Camila

      Aaaawe Thank you so much for sharing your experience with me. It made my day, seriously! I’m super happy that you liked my coasters idea and that you made some with your kids. It’s a great project to make with them! If you took any pictures of yours would you send them to me?, I would love to see!!!

      Hugs and happy crafting!

  2. Camila

    This is an amazing idea! Thanks for sharing. Visiting Pin Junkie Pin Party.

  3. Camila

    These turned out so cute! I made some similar to this with gold and black and they have lasted for ever.

    1. Camila

      Oooh I need to check yours out!!!! Gold and black go so well!!! Thank you for stopping by!!!

  4. Camila

    Super creative and gorgeous, Cami ♡. Love your crafts..

    1. Camila

      Thank you so so much Naznin. So glad you like these!
      Thank you so much for your sweet and lovely visit!
      Hugs and XOXO

  5. Camila

    What a fun idea and they turned out so cute!

    1. Camila

      Thank you a lot Kallee!!!

    1. Camila

      Awwww that’s so awsome to know!!! I’m sure you will make some gorgeous ones Victoria, sometimes we are craftier than we think. If you make some of these I would love to see!!!

  6. Camila

    This is such an adorable and easy-to-recreate DIY! I can’t wait to give this a try during our Wine & Crafts Girlfriends night next week!

    1. Camila

      Awesomeeee!!!! I would love to see how they turn out! I’m sure they will rock!!!

    1. Camila

      They are super easy indeed. with the masking tape you just don’t need to worry about edges or going to the other color with the brush! …And possibilities are endless!!!
      Thanks for visiting!

  7. Camila

    What a sweet and simple craft! I have some of these in my stash, I may have to let my daughter loose on this one…

    1. Camila

      Thank you so much Jamie! Always happy to inspire!!!!

  8. Camila

    These are darling! I need to give my coasters a makeover. Something bright and cheerful! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Camila

      Thank you!!! Yayy glad that you like these! I love how easy and full of option these are!

  9. Camila

    Love the look of your coasters and what an easy project to do. Such a great project to do with your kids or grandkids.
    Your coffee cup really caught my eye. It’s adorable……….absolutely LuV It!

    1. Camila

      THANK you so much!!! It’s is fun to make with kiddos! Fun and easy project. haha that cup is my favorite!!! I got one broken and I went to buy another one exactly the same. Hope they don’t stop making it!!!!

  10. Camila

    What a fun idea! I can see doing this type of design on so many things.

    1. Camila

      Thank you so much Dru!!! Actually me too… I can see a lovely T-shirt haha!

  11. Camila

    Lol! I have the same dull brown coasters and always wondered how I can spruce them up. My friend’s daughter doodles on them to make them more fun, but, I like your idea much better!

    1. Camila

      Agree those coasters are so boring when plain! hope you make yours soon. I would love to see them!!!

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