DIY Home Projects

DIY Ceramic Coasters

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I’m really excited to share my new DIY coaster project with you guys! This is the easiest and cheapest DIY that I’ve done, and possibly the funniest. Each ceramic coaster ends up costing under $.85 cents, what a deal?


Step 1) Start with tracing the tile on the adhesive felt.



















Step 2) Cut out the traced felt pattern.












Step 3) Room adhesive cover and carefully place on the backside of the tile.



























And you’re finished! Enjoy your new ceramic coasters.

If you would like to add something special or personalize your coasters. I put together a few of my favorite ideas.

No 1. Print your favorite designs with a paint pen! Click image or here to see the full tutorial.

No 2. Really love this idea, polaroid coasters. You can find square ceramic tiles for the same price everywhere hexagon tiles are sold. Click image or here for the full tutorial.

No 3. DIY Geometric Copper Coasters. Click image or here for the full tutorial.

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  1. Lily B

    December 28, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    Ooooooh, would have never thought of home-depot tiles as coasters! So creative and inexpensive!! Thanks for the idea!

  2. Sage Sheppard

    December 30, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    Cute. I could see myself doing this as gifts the kids could make. After following this they could then take sharpie markers and decorate the coasters. I think sharpies would work. I’m always on the lookout for cheap craft ideas because my kiddos need to keep busy, or else!

  3. chloe | boxwood avenue

    January 27, 2017 at 2:30 am

    I love the blank canvas of a ceramic tile – some cute ideas!! Thanks for including my idea – have a fabulous weekend!! xoxoxoxoxox

  4. Kimberly Dsouza

    February 5, 2017 at 10:10 am

    These look absolutely beautiful and easy to make too. I really the polaroid ones and have bookmarked it to try out sometime. 🙂

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