Me and all my friends are in LOVE with emojis and have made just about everything…After always getting in trouble for leaving wet cups on the table, we came up with the perfect thing…Emoji Coasters!! lol
Here’s how you make them:
Step #1 Gather your supplies
1. Gather your supplies and lay them all out so you don’t have to go looking for stuff in the middle. Next, Google “emojis” and pick a few of your favorite ones or you can also get ideas from Pinterest. There are lots and lots and lots!
Step #2 Paint
Squirt a small amount of each color paint onto a paper plate. Use a foam paint brush to paint your coasters yellow, and let dry (they probably will need more than one coat).
Step #3 Draw
Draw your designs onto your coasters using a paint pen or sharpie. Then trace over your designs using paint and a small tipped paint brush. For example, the heart-eyed emoji I drew the outlines of the hearts using a red paint pen and then filled it in using red paint. Then used a black paint pen for the mouth and filled it in using black paint.
Step #6 Dry
Let your coasters dry for several hours before you use them. These are really fun to make and can be given as cool gifts.
Links to supplies used
Round and/or square plain cork coasters
Small tipped paint brushes
Foam paint brushes
Do you love emojis too? Check out a few of my favorite emoji things.
Uno Emoji Cards – These are super fun for long plane or car rides
Poop Emoji Fidget Spinner
Emoji Birthday Shirt – I am so ordering this for my birthday
Poop Emoji iPhone 7 Case
Emoji Gumball Machine – Just O M G!!
Ayoka Billions saysJuly 11, 2017 at 11:20 am
We are at that point where summer is getting boring. This is the perfect activity for my boys…and they love emojis!
admin saysAugust 18, 2017 at 10:53 am
Hope you’ll enjoy it together.
Katie saysJuly 12, 2017 at 6:15 am
admin saysAugust 18, 2017 at 10:52 am
Dr. K. Lee Banks saysSeptember 23, 2017 at 4:20 pm
How fun! Love this creative idea for kids. I can see expanding it for an adult craft and choosing other types of designs to paint on the coasters. Quilt block designs especially work well on coasters!