Coloring Book Coasters


Coloring Book Coasters

Customize your coasters in a brand new way


Coloring Book Coasters
Coloring Book Coasters

In the Designer's Words: "This project is great for a crafter of any age and ability! It is a great way to match your home decor or make a truly one of a kind gift! You simply take your favorite coloring pages and turn them into coasters! Its a fun way to see your artwork daily as a functional item in your home!"
This craft will add a personal touch to your home by framing your art in coasters. You can take your kids coloring book and make keep-sakes you can use every day. Why not try coloring yourself? With the Leisure's adult coloring book, you can design your own coasters to match your home. A DIY project from start to finish that is easy to do with the kids!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Mod Podge Gloss Lustre or Mod Podge Matte
  • Leisure Art's Adult coloring book page already colored with your favorite markers, pens, pencils, or crayons.
  • Titles from Hardware Store
  • Scissors
  • Optional felt


  1. Trace the outline of your coaster on the back of your coloring page and then cut them out giving a little more space than the line.

  2. Place a layer of MP on your tiles and wait about 1 minute before putting your coloring page on design side up. Then place a smooth layer of MP on the top of your picture. Using your finger smooth the edge so that the little extra folds down.

  3. Wait at least 20 minutes or until it's tacky and then place another coat. Repeat this step 2 more times for a total 4 coats.

  4. Admire your new coasters! It's best to make sure they are completely dry and no longer tacky before using. Also adding a piece of felt to the bottom will protect your wooden furniture from scratches. To add felt. First trace the coaster, then cut slightly inside the line so the felt is slightly smaller. Then add MP to the bottom of your coaster. Wait 1 minute then place the felt under your coaster, let dry and it is read to use!

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What a great way to use kids' or adults' coloring pages. There are so many cute and free coloring pages out there to use. I can see making seasonal coasters to match the holidays and seasons. Let me look for some cute beach-themed coloring pages and get to work!

I'm always looking for what else can be done with colouring pages - thanks for this great idea!

That's a great way to use the pages you color. Would work for kids' artwork too!


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