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DIY Coasters

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Learn how easy it is to make homemade DIY photo coasters on ceramic tiles. This tutorial will show you how to make DIY photo coasters in minutes!

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Hi, everyone!Here I want to show you how to make DIY Macrame Coaster. This is a very simple Macrame Coaster.Materials:- Dowel stick (15 cm long)- Twisted cot...

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Good morning, friends! Last week, I had a friend over and while we drank coffee, nibbled treats and chit-chatted, we made some tile coasters! It was so much fun and so easy! I made several sets at once to save for gifts. So, I'm going to show you my easy as 1-2-3 step process: Gather your materials: 4.5 inch square tiles from Home Depot- $0.16 each! 1 jar of Mod Podge- we used the matte finish- $6.99 1 Can of Krylon Sealer to spray over the finished coasters 1 Bottle 3in1 Glue by Beacon Sponge Brush Pretty Scrapbook Paper Felt (for the bottom of the coaster) First, I decided what paper I wanted to use. Then, I got into my felt stash. I have so much felt that I was able to match my paper to the felt. I cut all my paper in 4.25 inch squares and then used my paper as a guide to cut my felt squares. Then, I glued my felt to the bottom of each tile. Use your 3in1 craft glue for this part. After your felt is glued to the bottom of your tile, you're ready to adhere your pretty paper. Apply a coat of Mod Podge on top and then lay your paper on to adhere it. Smooth it out with your fingers and then add another coat of Mod Podge to the top and edges. Once the first layer of Mod Podge is dry, add another coat and then repeat. You should do at least 3 coats of Mod Podge. When you're finished with your last coat of Mod Podge and it's good and dry, take all your tiles outside and line them up. I put mine on our deck. I placed them very close together and then sprayed the Krylon sealer on them. I went back and forth a few times to make sure that I got them all real good. The spray finisher dries very quickly, about 30 minutes. Once the tiles are dry, you can stack them and package them any way you like. This is how I did mine: Simply tied with beautiful satin ribbon in a coordinating color. This set was done with the owl paper and moss satin ribbon from Paper-Source. This project did take some time, but I also made 7 sets of 4 coasters. So, if you plan to make a bunch as gifts, set aside a full day and do the process with a friend or while you have a bunch of laundry going! ;) Enjoy your day!

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