Spring is very close and we are all striving for bright colors and sunshine. Bring a bright touch to your space with colorful accessories, for example, coasters. Watercolor is a trendy idea to add color to the space, and it looks very chic, so watercolor coasters may be a cool choice. Let’s take a look at some!
These watercolor coasters are created with Q-tips. There were actually a couple of craft fails along the way in this project, but hopefully these mistakes will help you! Grab some plain white tiles and bold paints and go! These watercolor coasters are extremely fun to make. The alcohol ink is addicting to watch!
When winter bows out and spring starts to wrap her warm arms around us, we are craving for a bit of color! Creating your own set of DIY coasters is the perfect way to bring a bit of the outside color in! Even better, coaster making is easy as pie and only require a few inexpensive supplies. The best part about creating these DIY coasters with watercolors is the fact that you may have most of the supplies in your cupboards at home already! DIY watercolor coasters are not only easy, but they are the perfect homemade gift for friends!
Here are some easy and colorful watercolor wood-slice coasters, yes, no tiles, only wood slices! They are fun, really easy to make and a fun conversation starter for the next time you have drinks with friends! They will take some effort to make but they are totally worth it. These would make a lovely Christmas gift with a bottle of wine for a friend, or for your own party guests to enjoy!
These coasters are made with plain white ceramic tiles and bright nail polishes. They look a bit messy but very colorful and fun, read the tutorial and grab some bold colors to make these whimsy accessories. Spruce up your spaces with them or give them as cute gifts to anyone – they will work perfectly!
These watercolor coasters are made of porous bisque, which makes crafting a bit different and unusual. Applying alcohol ink to glossy yupo paper and smooth surfaces like china is really easy because the alcohol inks glide around the surface and, if the design didn’t work out, can quickly be wiped off china with a little alcohol before the ink dries. Applying alcohol ink to an absorbent surface like these bisque coasters is a little trickier but still possible and the results are more ethereal and have even more depth. The bisque created a more muted, almost more ethereal look. Love them? Head over to the source to make some!
In efforts to prepare for parties you can make these super cute watercolor coasters to hand out as hostess gifts. These ones aren’t tiles, these are birch squares with paper attached, so you’ll need to paint watercolors in the desired shades only on paper, which isn’t difficult. What I love about these coasters is that brushstroke pattern that they feature – very modern!
These are colorful and bright watercolor coasters made of hexagon plain tiles. They are colorful and bright and have the perfect metallic element, just a splash of gold! I love these super bright colors all over! Add cork backing to the tiles to make them less sound and comfier in using.
Need a quick gift or a pop of color to liven up your living room? These colorful coasters are so easy to pull off and only cost around $1 each. Head to the dollar store for permanent markers and floor-saver pads for finished tiles that look like they came from an art museum’s gift shop. Get inspired and make some!