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Raj custom coasters

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Raj round coasters

Round Coasters

3.9" circle  •  size info >

12 coasters per set

choose from 8 colors

item: CORJ22

Raj square coasters

Square Coasters

3.9" square  •  size info >

12 coasters per set

choose from 8 colors

item: CORJ21

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Raj Style — Coasters

Christmas wishes from the subcontinent. This holiday design is elegant, festive, and richly colored in holiday combinations and other colors. A huge block letter monogram is in the background; and behind it, a lacy network of flourishes plus the leafy border, works very well for many occasions, but especially for winter events when bright, bold colors are needed to offset the drabness of the season. Celebrate the season, or your special event, with Raj style. Customize Raj coasters today!

About Custom Coasters — Raj

Raj coasters are available in 3.9" round or 3.9" square with rounded corners or decorative cut edges. They are printed on extra-thick (58-point) paper board. To provide an idea of how thick they are, a stack of a twelve coasters is around 3/4" tall. The 58-point pulpboard readily absorbs moisture to help protect all your tabletop surfaces. The coaster surface is finished with a smooth matte coating to provide beautiful, crisp printing. Coasters are die-cut, so their top edge is soft and rounded. They are designed to be disposable, but they are durable and re-usable. If unused, they can be set-aside as keepsakes and will last forever. These are working coasters - they are designed to be used for your event, be it a formal indoor affair, a casual country or farm setting, or an intimate gathering at your home. Select the green "Personalize" button to start customizing your Raj coasters today.

Special Note: Evermine wedding coasters are printed on the front side only and come beautifully packaged in sets of a dozen. On the blank back, a small Evermine logo is tastefully debossed.