A Fun DIY Project that Makes the Perfect Gift! 

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Stylish DIY coasters for your trendy hostess using the Geo Circles Dot & Blox decals

It’s that time of year again, where holiday get-together’s and dinner parties and happy hours and last minute plans fill up the calendar and leave you wondering, what should I bring? Saying thank you to your hostess is not only important, but tends to be a difficult task when you want to stand out from crowd of wine bottles and candles and bring something that’s unique and different and shows that you actually gave your gift some thought.

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Creative coaster ideas via Pinterest

Whether your hostess is on trend or tends to make his/her own trends, creating a personalized set of DIY coasters is not only a CREATIVE gift idea but let’s your hostess know that you truly appreciate their time, effort and hospitality. After surfing the web for some additional design inspiration, we set out on our own journey to create the ideal hostess gift this year using yes, WallPops!

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DIY coasters before and after

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Mix and match prints for a more artistic coaster set

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Cheers to the perfect hostess gift!

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