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Ceramic Coasters

By: Amanda Marks of Who Are You Calling Crafty?

Make some ceramic coasters with Amanda Marks using stamps and your creativity. DIY crafts are great to do when you have leftovers. Don't throw out old tiles, craft with them.

Ceramic Coasters


  • PLAID Enamel Paints (any color your heart desires)
  • 4 Ceramic Tiles
  • Felt (any color)
  • Hot Glue Gun or Tacky Glue
  • Brushes
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Stamps
  • Dry Erase Marker


  1. First you need an image or and idea – I will be showing two different coaster sets at the same time to demonstrate the different techniques.

  2. This tile I took a ruler and found center by drawing an X across the tile.

  3. These tiles I laid next to each other and started stamping.

  4. I drew the design in this case a mustache with a dry eraser marker.

  5. Stamping the tiles

  6. Finished Mustache Tiles

  7. Finished Stamped tiles. I did go over the stamps with a brush to make it darker. Once the paint set for an hour I them baked it in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. I let them cool and add felt with hot glue gun or Tacky Glue. Tie with a pretty bow and now you have a pretty set of ceramic coasters it makes the perfect Christmas Gift (trust me I am making several sets!)
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The moment I saw this the gears in my brain started turning. I have a bunch of left over tiles from a bathroom renovation. I was thinking trivet but now a wall hanging came to mind. Maybe a big one with my initials in the middle and flowers and leaves on the border.

How is this?! Now I can buy those inexpensive bathroom tiles at the thrift stores and make a great handmade gift! Thanks for sharing.

i like this idea,i was wondering what tempture and how long to bake.i have a bunch i have old tile from when my husband did some remodeling on a bathroom.can i use old tile or does it need to be new.


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