How to make coasters from ceramic tiles, with a glossy waterproof finish that won't get stained by tea or coffee

How to make coasters from ceramic tiles, with a glossy waterproof finish that won't get stained by tea or coffee

DIY Coasters - buy cheap tiles and scrapbook paper: use sponge brush and apply a light coat of mod podge to tiles, center design on tile (let dry 20 min.), apply another coat and let dry, repeat process 5 or 6 times, apply a sealant like polyurethane spray, glue felt or cork to the bottom of the tiles. (mod podge may take up to a month to fully cure)

DIY Coasters - buy cheap tiles and scrapbook paper: use sponge brush and apply a light coat of mod podge to tiles, center design on tile (let dry 20 min.), apply another coat and let dry, repeat process 5 or 6 times, apply a sealant like polyurethane spray, glue felt or cork to the bottom of the tiles. (mod podge may take up to a month to fully cure)

Coast into Party Mode: Protect your tabletop and show your creativity with personalized coasters. Choose a favorite image and adhere it to the back of a clear coaster or, in this case, a pillar candleholder. These coasters are a creative, simple way to decorate for an upcoming holiday or to add a pop of color to the design of your room. To change the design, simply soak the coasters in water, peel off the paper backing, and start over.

Coast into Party Mode: Protect your tabletop and show your creativity with personalized coasters. Choose a favorite image and adhere it to the back of a clear coaster or, in this case, a pillar candleholder. These coasters are a creative, simple way to decorate for an upcoming holiday or to add a pop of color to the design of your room. To change the design, simply soak the coasters in water, peel off the paper backing, and start over.

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