Our Halloween Mosaic Coaster Kit with Cutter and 20mm Tile includes a Wheeled Mosaic Glass Cutter, grout, glue, 2 cherry wood coaster bases, and 1 pound of vitreous glass mosaic tiles in a spooky assortment of orange, black, white, and yellow. That’s over 150 of our 20mm (3/4″) mosaic tiles. These are our tiles with the strongest pigments for the brightest orange and yellow, and the deepest black. Perfect for Halloween crafts!
The kit is for making your own design, which can be as simple or as highly detailed as desired. Draw your own pattern with an ordinary pencil or merely improvise with whole tiles. It can be as easy or as detailed as you want it to be!
If you intend to use the mosaics to hold drinks, be sure to grout the mosaic. If you intend for the mosaics to be used as decorations only then grouting them is optional. In the examples shown the black cat mosaic has a more simple, iconic design which allowed for a grout gap between the tiles. The spooky moon scene example mosaic has its pieces made much smaller and they are closer together to allow for greater detail. The moon scene therefore has no grout gaps and can only be used as display art. We wanted to show both possibilities, and intend to let you choose how you’ll make your project!
There is enough grout, glue, and tile to do more than 2 coasters. Additional coaster bases are available. Additional bags of individual colors
are also available.
This is the perfect gift for the aspiring artist who wants to try mosaic because it allows them to make their own design instead of a mosaic equivalent of paint-by-numbers, and the materials supplied in the kit are professional artist grade and capable of being cut up small for highly-detailed images.
Spooky Halloween Mosaic Coaster Kit with Cutter and 20mm Tile
This Mosaic Coaster Kit includes:
How To Make Mosaic Art
For more advice on designing your mosaic project or mounting, cutting, and grouting tile, please see our page of Mosaic Frequently Asked Questions
or our Mosaic Information Guide
, which lists instructional pages described by topic. We also post new articles about making mosaics at our How to Mosaic Blog