I’ve been obsessing with Barn Quilts lately – making one for our house is on my short list! Meanwhile, I’ve been coming up with some fun Bar Quilt Crafts (like yesterday’s barn quilt coloring page) and I am pretty smitten with these fun DIY Tile Coasters, Barn Quilt Inspired.
This craft is so easy that kiddos can do it – in fact, I did use it as a kids craft. I made a couple as samples, and then my girls made the others in a how-to video. So fun!
DIY Tile Coasters, Barn Quilt Inspired
–basic tile (I think they were like 11 cents each, super cheap!)
–mod podge and sponge brush
–fun paper and scissors and barn quilt grid printable
–felt pads for the backs of the tile
Your lucky day – cause it’s Thursday which means a VIDEO TUTORIAL!! this time my kiddos are guest starring 😉
A basic rundown of the DIY:
–cut paper into squares and triangles
–paint a generous amount of mod podge onto the tile
–place paper design on tile
–mod podge directly over paper to seal it
–hot glue felt pads of the bottoms of the coasters
LOVING this! I am quilter and I love barn quilts. How fun to be able to bring that inside the house too. Thanks for the tutorial!
These are so cute and they look both fun and easy to create!!
These are adorable! What a great idea for tile coasters.
Kelsie Galis says
Mandy, this DIY is genius! I’m scheduling a girl’s craft day right now so we can all get together and do this!! So easy, and I love the end result- the perfect DIY! Thanks for sharing!!
Aw, these are so adorable! Crafts like this are so much fun and relatively easy to take on from home with minimal supplies. Tile art is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing your cute designs and ideas!
These are very cute but are they waterproof once the Mod Podge dries ?Will a sweating glass make them sticky?
Mandy Beyeler says
I haven’t had that happen yet, but good point, and I think sealing them with a quick clear sealer or spray is a great idea!