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I made a set of four and absolutely love them! I put a few layers of acrylic spray and they don't stick.
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I can monogram them with my cricut!!
Randomly, I have a whole box of these left over from a day care project YEARS ago...NOW I know what to do with them! =)
Works well with photos too and the grandparents eat them up :D
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these will be fabulous teacher gifts! i love them!!!
great teacher gift idea!
we put pictures our engagement pictures on these and used them as favors for our wedding reception. On the back we put self adhesive cork from JoAnnes and we also put a sticker thanking people for being there and to "have a drink on us"
I made these using Modge Podge Glossy - Very Cute
what a great gift idea to make with my students!
Ooh, I have been looking for something like this!
such a great idea!
Tried this last night.. turned out great! Would be great (and easy) to change up for holidays.
I am going to modge podge fabric...nice idea/
Oh that is too cute! I think I will try that with charm squares from the quilt shop.
Great Idea- I am going to try this i have all of the materials already.
Nice colours This is a can do project!
This is a great idea! An awesome gift idea as well! Oh and you could totally do seasonal and holiday ones. :)
Have done this but with photos! Awesome gift.
What a great idea!
@Melinda M we have to do this for our Crafty Saturday!
I'm thinking Christmas gifts, not too early to get started. :)
One of my friends and I were just talking about making your own coasters. Great idea!!
My daughter and I got tiles at the Habitat re-sale store for less than $1.00 a tile and felt at a craft store for .50 per sheet!
I've made these, but used decorative napkins instead (just be sure to peel the backing off of the napkin first) and used cork instead of felt. They came out great.
I've made these before...instead of felt, I also used cork from O'Reilly Auto Parts...turned out absolutely adorable and makes great gifts!!!
I made some to use as favors for my wedding. If you use enough acrylic they won't stick and if you want to add a bit of texture than each layer of mod podge should be applied in opposite strokes. I found that using felt was really messy and annoying so I went with cork instead - I chipped away at the edges of the cork to give it a more rustic feel!
I wonder if you could use photos instead of the scrapbook paper? That would really make cute, personalized gifts...I'm thinking pics of the grandkids to give to Grandma and Grandpa!
They turn out awesome with photos; I did them as gifts last year. I used ModPodge Satin and super cheap tiles from Home Depot. I used the little felt circles on the bottom that are for preventing furniture scratching the floor.
I forgot to add...if you use the travertine tiles and napkins, they look great because the texture of the travertine comes through while still being able to see the print on the tissue.
Just made these and they turned out great! One question, some of them had little bubbles in them. How do you modge podge them without any of the scrapbook paper bubbling up?
I plan on making these for Christmas presents for my co-workers.
With photos, you can make them look like polaroids!
I think this would be an awesome craft fair project!
Great idea. Mod podge never cures. Try using Liquetix Gloss Gel. Great stuff. A little more costly but cheaper in The long run.
What a great idea for gifts and for yourself :}
i like this!
I'm not crafty but would love to give this a try - if using photo's, won't the spray paint ruin the pics?
made these, but when putting a hot beverage on it , the cup sticks. Got another topcoat, trying it again.
Does anyone know if you can use these as like a dry erase coaster? Thinking of using pictures of sudoku puzzles for a dry erase sudoku puzzle coaster...
Does it also work as a dry erase board kind of?
Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom
I did this and they came out so cute! And it cost me about $5 to make 6, and I could match them to my living room! So easy!
Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom.
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Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles (15 cents Home Depot) 4x4 scrapbook paper adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry attach felt pads to the bottom
1.5" washer + fabric/paper + mod podge = necklace Must try this one too.
Make your own coasters- 4×4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4×4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads
mod podge ugly or useless buttons with leftover scrapbook paper!
mod podge lace onto container then spray paint.
DIY Wall Art
wooden letters and mod podge scrapbook paper.