I’m a little sad to admit this, but I totally forgot to share one of the printables from my Easter dessert table. The saddest part is they were one of my favorite elements that Lisa and I worked on together! I guess that’s what I get for trying to cram two weeks into a one week schedule all of the time?
Either way, the DIY printable dessert coasters turned out even better than I had hoped! Lisa totally brought my vision for them to life, and I think they’re a really fun idea for holidays (i.e. Easter, dun dun dun…), birthdays, or even weddings! You can use the heavy card stock coasters to glue them onto to use as disposable dessert plates for cupcakes, cookies, light bites, you name it. Lisa designed three different versions with cake, macarons, and pie on them and the color scheme is subtle enough to fit just about any soiree.
- Download and print the printable coasters here
- Printer and regular 8×11 paper
- 3.5 inch heavy white coasters
- Glue stick or rubber cement
Cut out each one once you’ve saved and printed the coaster designs. Use rubber cement to or a glue stick to glue the printable onto the white coasters and let them dry.
They’re meant to be disposable so you don’t need to use any type of fancy paper, but if you want them to last, use a thick card stock and glossy spray finish to keep them longer.
I hope everyone had a lovely candy filled Easter! In case you follow along on Instagram, I’m still housing the cutest little kittens. Can I blame their cuteness for my lack of work ethic this week until I find them a home? Okay, great!
styling and DIY’s by Sugar & Cloth // photography by Kimberly Chau // desserts by Buttercup // illustrations by Lisa Chow // mint green and white cake stands and bunting c/o Minted // gold flatware and serving utensils West Elm