These mason jar lid coasters are so easy to make and super economical too! You should be able to find most, if not all, of the supplies needed at your local dollar store. They are adorable decor to have around your home not only for Christmas, but all winter long.
These make great gifts too. You could give them as is or pair them with mugs, coffee, tea, or hot cocoa.
Mason Jar Lid Coasters
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You may be able to find most, if not all, of these supplies at your local dollar store. Ours only carries mason jars and the lids during the spring and summer, so I tend to stock up on them at that time. Of course, you can also find all of these items online as well.
2 winter hats (We got ours from Dollar Tree, but you could check any local dollar or discount store or even pick some up at your local thrift shop)
Start by cutting into the winter hats. There are a few layers so take your time cutting. I cut sections of the hat into a square and then shaped down to a circle from there. I found this the easiest way to get the best results.
Put the outer part of the mason jar lid on top of the square of fabric and trim around to make the correct sized circle shape.
Repeat this to make 2 of each color you are using.
Add a thin line of hot glue to each inside of the mason jar lid and then add the center metal piece.
Next add some hot glue to the metal inner piece and place the cut out circle on top pressing firmly and pushing the material to fit on the inside so you don’t have any gaps!