DIY Tropical plant art
Here's how it works: first spray one side of a piece of lace with spray adhesive (such as Super 77), then smooth it onto the surface of a ceramic tile. The glue will hold it firmly in place. Then spray quickly, (just enough to get an even color) with any spray paint or spray enamel—I like Montana colors and Krylon best. You don't even need to wait for the paint to dry, just carefully pull off the lace (even though the spray adhesive is "permanent,"it will come off easily.)
Travertine Tile Coasters made with better quality paper napkins. If you make these, be sure to peel the white backing off of the napkin before placing the pattern on the tile. I liked how using Travertine tiles make the coasters look the image is part of the tile. Use Modge Podge to adhere the napkin, tear away the edges after it dries, lightly sand the edges (I used a white nail file to accomplish this) to a smooth finish, then apply numerous coats of varnish to protect and let dry for a f...
RUBBER STAMPED TILE COASTERS - I've made these as office gifts as well as for my home in suiting motifs. Alternatively, mine were made with water-based ink for the stamp and colored with chalks. After I decorated them, I sprayed a sealer (like Krylon Workable Fixative) on the tiles to lock the color into the porous tile.