I decided to try to craze. And let me tell you, making these easy paint pour coasters is a crazy-fun summer craft!
Paint Pour Coasters
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love trying new crafts and doing something fun. One thing I don’t do super well is ride trends in the crafting-world. But this time, I felt inspired to just make something really organic and fun. Acrylic paint pouring has been kind of at the edge of my interest for a while – so I decided to just give it a try!
Paint is just a fun medium and I don’t do enough painting, so pouring it sounded like a good time. Starting with an easy paint pour project, I made these fun acrylic pour coasters that are super fun for summer. If you’re ready to make a summer craft that you’ll really enjoy making, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Acrylic Pour Coasters
- You’ll want to start with a flat, clean surface like these 4-inch tiles here. Do not feel restricted to rectangles, though. They have hexagons that would make AWESOME coasters, too. You could even use wood, so you could make your coasters any shape you wanted. But I decided to start basic and work my way up.
- You’ll also need a paint pouring medium like this. I didn’t want to start with a huge amount so I picked up this smaller (and less expensive) bottle and it went really far, so you don’t have to buy a lot to do this project.
- Remember that this project isn’t “set in stone” so to speak. If you don’t love a tile while you’re pouring, you can wash the paint off and try again. Or, if you decide that, after the paint has dried, you don’t like it, you can simply paint over it with some white acrylic paint, then do your pour again. Paint pouring is an art, not a science, so just have fun!
How Do I Make this Paint Pour Coasters?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More Summer Crafts You Might Like
- Sunflower Gnome Pattern – Super fun to make, this sunflower gnome is just stunning on it’s own or a great addition to farmhouse decor!
- Farmhouse Bee Pillow – Want to add an easy craft to your options this summer? Try this quick and fun sublimation idea.
- Patriotic Gnome Pattern – No-sew or sewn, this gnome pattern makes a great 4th of July gnome that is so simple, it’s crazy!
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