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Ink Dyed Coasters

Alcohol Inked Tile Coasters - 25 Decorative DIY Coasters You'll Be Proud to Show off . SourceIf you look at the finished product, you would never guess that these are DIY coasters. All you need are some tiles, rubbing alcohol and alcohol ink!

Hmmmmmm... this might make an awesome and not too expensive gift! Housewarming, wedding, anniversary, birthday...

DIY Easy and Inexpensive Stamped Coasters made from affordable Bathroom Tiles. Great gift for house warming, bridal/wedding, Christmas, etc. Do this with my left over bathroom tile! For my own home!

Keep your kids busy this spring break!  Just did this craft with wide age range of kids. All LOVED it!!  Ordered tiny drop bottles off Amazon, they worked great for the alcohol. Notice in the pictures that the marker is really solid in the corners, gives better results with lots of ink.  Dries in about 10 minutes, then I sprayed with gloss sealer (outside).  Do this Project!!! xo laura.   For more fun ideas visit http://mytimefriends.com

Keep your kids busy this spring break

Sharpie and rubbing alcohol art project on canvas with incredible results! Fun project for the kids. or me!

Coasters. Alcohol paint.

DIY ink blot coasters using mod podge water based brush-on sealer and Tim Holtz Adirondack alcohol inks.

check those sales for paint colors--Attic Lace: How To Make Colorful Coasters!

check those sales for paint colors--Attic Lace: How To Make Colorful Coasters! Omg how smart

Fishbowl Lantern Tutorial - could do different color themes for holidays.

Fishbowl Lantern DIY Tutorial ~ This same technique can be used on ceramic planters. Looks like a fun outside craft

Turn Tiles into Coasters by Stamping them with Paint!

Stamped Tile Coasters Tutorial.

Turn Tiles into Coasters by Stamping them with Paint! Have some Christmas stamps? Get some inexpensive tiles. Probably after they are thoroughly dried would be smart to give a couple coats of a clear sealer, so ink lasts.

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