Waterproof Photo Tiles I used some basic white ceramic tiles (20¢ each) and painted a coat of Mod Podge right onto the glossy part of the tile and laid my photo flat. I let them dry for about an hour, then did another layer of Mod Podge right on top of the photo (it dries clear), followed by three layers of clear lacquer. This project does take a few days since lacquer needs about three hours to dry in-between. They are waterproof, they can be used as coasters.
Mother daughter night craft?? I started out with a trip to Home Depot. These 4x4 tiles were only 19 cents each! It doesn't get much cheaper than that! And I bought a package of 72 felt mounting circles for about Not too shabby!
Missing ingredient in most DIY Mod Podge coasters instructions: "Envirotex" to waterproof them!! This blog explains (wonderfully) exactly how to use it!!! :) Glad I read this before I tried to make mine!