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  • Linda Backus

    Mod Podge Christmas (or any fun paper) Napkins onto Tile Coasters.

  • Candice Gardner

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

  • Emily Bogie

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

  • Stephanie Pinnell Taylor

    Cute Christmas craft for kiddos. Tile coasters made with Mod Podge and napkins...

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These are SO cute and they just happen to be adding on to the church down the street so I'm off to get wood scraps ;)