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Buy a rough surfaced tile from Lowe's (less than a dollar) and mod podge pretty scrapbook paper on it. Then mod podge picture over that. Let dry and wrap with a pretty bow. Easy and cheap! You can also include a small stand to set the tile on. - Cute!

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Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover. This is freaking ingenious!!!

Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover. This is awesome and seems easy!! Great gift idea!!

I bought a bunch of different ceramic tiles from Home Depot yesterday for 38 cents each - this will be an inexpensive yet PRICELESS project!!! Cannot wait for WalGreens to get my photos printed so I can get started!!!!!!

I can't believe how simple this sounds, Heck of a lot cheaper than getting them made:) DIY canvas photos... super easy!

Great idea for an easy gift. Just wrap a small stack of candy bars with a cute piece of patterned paper then with $1, $5, $10, ... (any amount!). Tie a ribbon, add a tag and you're good to go!

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DIY Coasters for Christmas! -

Making coasters from inexpensive tile and scrapbook paper; great homemade holiday gifts!

I got a set of coasters from shutterfly for christmas with pictures on them, but they cost about 40 dollars to get made and took a long time. these are a lot cheaper and quicker!!

Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 adhere picture/paper to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom.

Father's Day gift!!...take the pictures with the letters | ohh me gusta mucho esta, sacarle a O fotos con las letras, hacer un collage n una foto y canvas. aunque seguro prefiere un par de zapas

Mother’s Day Gift Idea – Picture Flower Pot- For this project you will need: ■Snapshot pictures ■mod podge ■brush ■repurposed ( or new) flower pot Simply put a layer of the mod podge on the back of your pictures and stick them to the pot. After you have them all on, then put a top coat of mod podge. For a nice touch, you can hot glue a color coordinating ribbon to the top.

paper (or fabric), mod podge, tile and sealant... sounds easy! It says you can't use ink jet printed items... but I think I'm going to try to print some, seal them and THEN apply! We'll see!