It has been a while since we’ve designed some DIY coasters! These pressed leaf clay coasters are an easy project, perfect for all skill levels. They also can be made to fit whatever season you’re in — depending on the flowers and leaves you choose to use.

Since it’s fall time here, Meagan decided to use leaves for these clay coasters. We are lucky to live in the pacific northwest where  there is plenty of greenery to choose from in our own backyards. But you can use whatever is around you, even if that means taking a leaf or flower from a store-bought plant!

pressed leaf clay coasters

Keep calm and clay on

There is something so calming about working with clay — or on any craft project really! To make your own pressed leaf clay coasters, just gather the tools and materials listed here. Then download our step-by-step photo tutorial at the end of the post. There is also a template to help you cut the shape of your coasters.

We would love to see how you get creative with this DIY idea, so be sure to share pictures with us by tagging #MadeWithLia. 

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How to Make Pressed Leaf Clay Coasters

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download and cut out the template below.
  2. Roll out clay into a tube that is 1 inch thick and about 16 inches long.
  3. Cut off the ends of the tube using a detail knife, save the most uniform 12 inches of tube.
  4. Attach the two end of the tube to make a circle, use your fingers and a damp sponge to attach and smooth out the clay. Allow clay to dry completely.

Full tutorial available for members to download below.

photo tutorial air-dry clay pressed leaf coasters by Lia Griffith

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pressed leaf clay coasters

Explore More

Want more projects like this one? Explore the rest of our October Craft Collection. Or see some more of our clay projects here.

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