Sharpie Dyed Tile Coasters Using Rubbing Alcohol - It's your life !


Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Sharpie Dyed Tile Coasters Using Rubbing Alcohol

 what you’ll need:

  • Sharpie Fine Tip Markers (in bold colours)
  • 4″x4″ White Ceramic Tiles (I can’t find them on Amazon, but these are the ones I used)
  • Isopropyl Alcohol (91% or 99% from the drug store)
  • Eye Dropper (or small spoon)
  • Polyurethane top coat
  • Peel and Stick Black Felt (it’s way cheaper at the craft store, but that’s a link to what I used)


  1. Wipe the tile clean with a damp cloth.
  2. Colour the tile with the Sharpies with bold and contrasting colours. Don't worry if it's messy, if the colours overlap or if there's white space showing.
  3. Using an eye dropper, carefully drop the rubbing alcohol onto the coloured tile.
  4. Allow the tile to dry for at least 40 minutes.
  5. Using a small paintbrush, gently cover the top of the tile with a polyurethane top coat to seal in the colour. Allow to set for 24 hours.
  6. Cut the felt to the size of the tile, peel off the backing, and stick it to the bottom of the tile.

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