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  • Emily Bogie

    Mod Podge Christmas Napkins onto Tile Coasters.. nice! Some people should expect this for a Christmas gift this year!

  • Christine

    Christmas craft - handmade tile coasters using Christmas napkins and Mod Podge

  • Megan Roncinske

    Mod Podge Christmas Napkins onto Tile Coasters. Love this. Great gift idea too.

  • Picklesnit Bearpants

    Tile coasters made with Mod Podge and Christmas paper napkins---this is great! Great gift idea! Be careful thin paper napkins can tear. Go slow and easy. Let dry completely between each layer of mod podge.

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