Kid’s Craft Project Painted Ceramic Tile Beverage Coasters

Kids Craft - Beverage CoasterA few months ago we started a bi-monthly series here on the Two Classy Chics blog were we feature a kid’s craft project with all of you. Today’s project is very easy to make and you can make one for less than $1.00.

Kid’s Craft Project: Painted Tile Beverage Coaster

(1) Ceramic Bath Tile 4″ or 5″ square
4 – 10 Permanent Markers in Desired Colors
(1) Sheet of Craft Felt
Scissors
Craft Glue
Foam Paint Brush
Modge Podge – Glossy Clear Finish

Craft Supplies for Beverage Coasters

It’s important to let kids come up with their own designs, let them be creative without any direction from you. Once they are done using the markers to draw and color in their design…let it dry for a few hours.

Dip a foam paint brush into some Modge Podge and let them coat the front of the coaster with the product. Let dry for 2 hours and repeat with a second coat. This will seal their design.

Cut a square shape from craft felt that is a little bit smaller in size than the ceramic tile. Use craft glue to glue the felt on the back and let dry overnight. The felt will protect your furniture from scratches.

Super easy craft project to do with the kids! You can use left-over ceramic bath tiles or pick them up at a home store (clearance aisle) for less than a buck each!

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Comments

  1. Cute idea for a craft project. Thanks for sharing

  2. Carol Nine says:

    Such a nice craft for kids and one that a mother could cherish and use forever!

  3. Cathy Jarolin says:

    What an awesome idea. Very meaningful to who every receives this adorable Beverage Coaster. I would Love to receive one from one of my Grandchildren or Great Grandchildren! It would mean so much to me.. Thankyou for sharing this wonderful Craft!! :0)~~

  4. Another fun craft to do with the grandkids. The timing is perfect to help them get started on making gifts for the holidays. Thanks!

  5. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I am glad that you gave more directions on this project. I saw it on your other blog and it is very cute for kids to do, and a great gift for a parent.

  6. Tamra Phelps says:

    That’s a great idea! I can see trying this with my 6 year old nephew. He’s here most days & I try to find a way to get his head out of the computer games once in a while!

  7. Joanne Gregory says:

    Very cute. And even my littlest grandson could do this!

  8. This is a cool craft, I remember making these in elementary school. This is a great craft to do with your child. Thank you for sharing this post.

  9. How sweet is that, and a thing to treasure too!

  10. These are very cute and a neat idea for kids.