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  • Leslie Anderson

    photo coasters: 4x4 tiles and 4x4 pics, glue photo onto tile with glue stick, cover with resin, mount 4 felt circles onto bottom corners. Awesome gift idea!

  • Kim Nebel

    DIY Christmas gift 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.

  • Laura Silverman

    Photo Tile Coasters Great Christmas Gift Idea!

  • Clara Driebe

    photo coasters: 4x4 tiles and 4x4 pics, glue photo onto tile with glue stick, cover with resin, mount 4 felt circles onto bottom corners...great wedding gift idea :)

  • Diane Halaas

    CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!!! photo coasters: 4x4 tiles and 4x4 pics or digital scrapbook pages, glue photo onto tile with glue stick, cover with resin, mount 4 felt circles onto bottom corners - great gift idea.

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