How to Make Pallet Easter Drink Coasters

Today I'm making easy DIY drink coasters with egg designs for the Easter holiday. 
How to Make Pallet Easter Drink Coasters


I began these coasters like the stenciled coasters I made a while back, with small pieces of wood. The wood originally came from a children's building set. I set 4 pieces down and 2 across the back then used a nail gun to attach them together.
How to Make Pallet Drink Coasters

I made 4 of them.

How to Make DIY Pallet Drink Coasters
The next step was to stencil the small pallets I created. I used an Easter stencil from a pack of cardboard stencils I bought on Amazon. The eggs were the perfect size for these coasters. I chose 4 Spring colors and stenciled the eggs to the pallet coasters. 
How to Make Easter Stenciled DIY Pallet Drink Coasters

Easter Stenciled DIY Pallet Drink Coasters
When the pastel colors dried I stenciled crate designs using black craft paint and the shipping crate stencil from Old Sign Stencils.
Easter Stenciled DIY Pallet Drink Coasters with Old Sign Stencils
This adorable stencil came in handy on several of my projects this year like this buffalo checked cubbie shelf with crate stencils
DIY Pallet Drink Coasters with Old Sign Stencils
When the black paint was dry I made a mixture of water and a gel stain in a spray bottle. I sprayed the coasters to give them a slightly darker look. 
Drink Coasters with Old Sign Stencils

That was all I needed to do to create these adorable Easter pallet drink coasters.
DIY Drink Coasters with Old Sign Stencils
I use the last set I made all the time in my living room to protect my painted coffee table from drink rings. 
Easter Coasters with Old Sign Stencils

Coasters with Easter Eggs Old Sign Stencils


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DIY Coasters with Easter Eggs and Old Sign Stencils
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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .