Ceramic Tile Coaster Craft

by Tara Saltzburg

Hey There,

The WB moms got together last month for a wine and kids' craft night and we made this easy kids' craft project. We were under tornado watch, but we persevered. Check out the steps for these easy coasters kids can make then moms can use for wine. Or vodka. On the rocks.


Easy Coaster Craft For Kids

Here's What You Need:
  • Tile Coasters (we also found some slate coasters so we picked those up, too)
  • Variety of sponges and/or foam brushes
  • Markers
  • Adhesive Sheets (you can get them at Michael's or any other craft store)
  • Kids' paint
  • Variety of cookie cutters
  • Mod Podge 
  • Acrylic Craft Coating/Sealer (we used Krylon Crystal Clear)
Craft Supplies for Tile Coaster Craft
Here's What You Do:
1. Have kids pick out a cookie cutter (make sure it's small enough to fit on the coaster!). Trace the shape onto double-sided adhesive.


Kid Tracing Cookie Cutter Onto Vinyl for craft
2. Peel off adhesive and place shape onto coaster. 
DIY Tile coaster with plane shape crafted by the kids
3. Paint away! Even the tiniest artists can get involved!
Child painting coaster with butterfly
Baby painting Ceramic Tile coaster
4. Let paint dry 1-2 hours. 
5. Remove adhesive.
6. Using a brush, apply a thin coat of Mod Podge.
7. Allow to dry for 15 minutes. 
8. Spray with sealer and allow to dry. Voila!
Finished Products - Ceramic Coasters with painted shapes

 Have fun!

XO, Tara

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Tara Saltzburg

About The Author

Tara Saltzburg founded Westyn Baby when her son was an infant battling severe eczema. She was always on the lookout for products that would minimize the irritation and ease his discomfort, but safe, non-irritating pajamas proved difficult to find. Tara started Westyn Baby in 2016 with a mission to create better, safer sleepwear for kids - sleepwear that's exceptionally soft, flame-retardant free, sensitivity-friendly, and durable. Read more about WB sleepwear.

Tara was born and raised at the NJ shore and attended Penn State University, where she played soccer and discovered her love of mountain life. She is a mom of one boy and hopes to eventually have enough kids to form some sort of athletic team. She and her family currently reside in Central Pennsylvania and spend the summers in Stone Harbor, NJ.