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DIY: tile coasters made with scrapbook paper. Great gift idea!
scrapbook paper coasters. Great Christmas gift idea!
(And??? I already have a few sheet of my own scrapbooking paper...) Homemade coasters Buy tiles from local home improvement store. Coat tiles in glue (strong adhesive) & lay square pieces of scrapbook paper over top. Smooth over (rolling pin works best) & allow to dry. Use sponge brush to paint over with mod podge; once dry spray with clear sealant such as Kyrlon. Once dry, glue square piece of foam to back to cushion the coaster.
Mod Podge, Sealer, Scrapbook Paper, and Tiles - Great gift idea!!!
DIY coasters: great gift idea
Mod Podge tile coasters - ladies event craft idea
...photo coasters: 4x4 tiles and 4x4 pics. Glue photo onto tile with glue stick. Cover with resin. Mount 4 felt circles onto bottom corners...
Coasters and scrapbook supplies to make a one-of-a-kind wall hanging!!
Cheap and Easy Stamped Coasters made from affordable Bathroom Tiles. This blog shows step-by-step how to make these. Great gift to give for house warming, bridal/wedding, Christmas, etc. So cute and useful!
Coasters made from scrapbook paper and ceramic tile
coasters made from scrapbook paper and ceramic tile
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Its time to start thinking about Christmas! it will be here before you know it! Order your personalized coasters now. Quantities will be limited during Christmas season!
DIY Map Coasters -- it would be so fun to make these with a map of my city!
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!
DIY Painted Ceramic Tile Tutorial. Use Martha Stewart paints and stencils to create this possible coaster stocking stuffer!
Great idea. With Heritage Makers you can make 9 coasters from one 12x12 scrapbook page and you will have the perfect size 4x4 photo without the hassle of cropping your own photo.