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DIY Coaster Tiles

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diy coasters

MATERIALS:

√ Scrapbook paper (any paper or picture you want) *photos, newspaper, tickets, wrappers, receipts, etc…*–

 √ tiles

mod podge

felt pads

clear acrylic sealer

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TIP! Get the tiles from a design center. They usually have remnants for pennies because they are leftover from other job sites and they’re usually hard to get rid of. A lot of businesses may even give them to you for free if you ask nicely.

 

Step 1:

√ Cut the paper to the size you need.

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Step: 2-9

√ Paint a thin layer of mod podge on the tile

√ Lay the paper on the tile

√ Cover with a thin layer of mod podge

√ Allow it to dry

√ Apply another thin layer of mod podge

√ Allow to dry

√ You may need 1 more layer of mod podge

√ Allow to dry

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Step 10:

√ Apply felt pads to the corners of the tile

(this will prevent scratches)

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Step 11-12:

√ Spray clear acrylic latex over the tiles

√ Allow to dry

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You’re all done!

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How fast and easy was that
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My mom loves Harley Davidson, so I made this for her by printing the Harley Davidson logo out onto Kodak photo paper.

Then, I cut the logo out and mod podged it to the tiles. I used black tiles for these.

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HARLYE

They’re still wet in this picture. You will want to do 2-3 coats of mod podge.

Once the glue has dried, spray with the acrylic sealer.

It’s the same process for photos, logos, scrapbook paper, newspaper, etc…So just follow the steps listed above.

I made these for my family and friends

COASTERS

I basically just wrapped them in about 4 sheets of tissue paper, tied them off with some suede lace, inserted a piece of scrapbook paper (with their names) through it and tied it off.

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