Halloween Coasters!!!

Last week I made Halloween Coasters with my Mom and my sister Emily.

 


Step 1:  We mixed a few drops of sealer into our base coat of paint and applied two coats unto our tiles.  Step 2:  With the help of carbon paper, we traced the design we wanted onto the tiles.  Step 3:  We painted the base color of our designs onto the tiles.  Step 4:  Time to do some shading and add some details.  Once it was all dry we applied a top coat of sealer.

 

 Check out my previous Tile Coasters to see what how we applied shelf-liner on the back of the coasters.

 

And voilà the end result:


What do you think our our Halloween Coasters?
We are planning on making some for Christmas too!  Can’t wait to get started it!!

I hope you are having a FABULOUS day!!

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18 thoughts on “Halloween Coasters!!!

  1. Congrats on the official move, everything looks great! Your Halloween coasters are too cute. I guess I never realized you could paint on ceramic tile. For some reason, I assumed it would rub right off. Good to know! Thanks for sharing another great project.
    Trinity

  2. Christine,
    Oh my goodness those are the cutest coasters ever! I can trace too :) Just not free hand. Can’t wait to make some at home. Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful week.
    Michelle

  3. Hi Christine, I’m Anne from Life on the Funny Farm, and I’m visiting from the Pinteresting Party.

    Oh my gosh, these are fantastic! I never would have thought of attempting something like this, but your instructions are very clear, so these look do-able. Well done!

    Anyway, thanks for posting this. I hope you can pop by my blog sometime to say hi…

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