Daddy's Little Monster Mug Coaster

Daddy's Little Monster Mug Coaster

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Looking for a fun and functional addition to your mug collection? Or maybe a unique gift for that special someone in your life? Look no further than our Daddy's little monster mug coaster! This cute and cuddly monster is ready to deliver smiles and pounce on those pesky water rings and spills, helping to keep the furniture looking fabulous. And if you like what you see, consider pairing it up with our matching Daddy's Little Monster Angel Mug for the ultimate gift. 

Not only is Daddy's little monster mug coaster practical, but it's also super adorable! With its dinky green horns and toothy grin, this cute monster is sure to melt your heart and make your beverage experience all the sweeter. It isn't just an excellent gift for those tea and coffee lovers, but also for those cheeky little monsters, you know the ones - just be warned, they may never want to use another coaster again!

Made from wood and cork our Daddy's little monster mug coaster has a high gloss finish to prevent it from cracking or peeling. To extend the life of our Daddy's little monster mug coaster, and keep it looking fresh and in tip-top condition always wipe it clean after use, and store it in a safe place.


  • PREMIUM COASTER - Made from 4mm thick medium-density fibreboard, this square mug coaster measures 9.5cm by 9.5cm is finished with a high-shine gloss and has a protective cork underside. Each unique design is printed using a sublimation process that protects and seals the design, helping to extend the coaster's life.

  • ECO CREDENTIALS - The materials used to manufacture this coaster make it recyclable. 

  • LAST BUT NOT LEAST - Designed by Paper Crate and Proudly Made in the UK

Disposal Notes

This item cannot be recycled at home alongside other household waste. How you dispose of this coaster will vary by council and their own recycling segregation processes. Please consult your local council recycling department before disposing of it.

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