Painted Ceramic Christmas Coasters


Painted Ceramic Christmas Coasters

If guests are going to have delicious holiday drinks, they may as well have holiday coasters to place them on. It's only logical! This year, give these Painted Ceramic Christmas Coasters from Plaid Enterprises a try. After zipping to and from the craft store with snowflakes falling past your windows, you'll be hopped up on Christmas spirit, ready to create this homemade Christmas craft. Make them for your own party or create a few sets and package them up as a great homemade Christmas gift. Friends won't be able to resist setting them out at parties of their own, and you'll smile when you're handed one to place your cocktail on. There couldn't be an easier way to spread holiday cheer.


  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Green Olive
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Tartan Red
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Multi-Surface Finish - Durable Matte, 8oz
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Rolled Papers - Metallic Crosshatch
  • Four ceramic tile coasters 4”
  • Flat brush ½”
  • Scissors
  • Squeegee
  • Foam plates
  • Paper towels
  • Water basin


  1. Clean the surface of you Martha Stewart Crafts® Holiday Paper Cut Outs with soap and water.
  2. Base coat two of the coasters with Tartan Red and Green Olive. Leave the remaining two tile color.
  3.  Cut pieces of Crosshatch paper slightly larger than tile. Cut one each of the silver and gold paper and two of the natural.
  4.  Brush the Multi-Surface Durable Matte Finish over surface of tile and the back of the paper cutouts. Place paper over tile and squeegee any excess medium while smoothing the paper. Trim excesspaper. Repeat with all four tiles.
  5.  Carefully punch out images from die cut sheet. Brush Multi-Surface Durable Matte Finish onto backs and center of tiles as shown. Lightly squeegee to smooth and let dry.
  6.  Referring to the Multi-Surface Durable Matte Finish bottle, apply several coats of medium over surface of tile to seal.

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