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

    DIY Coasters: Step-by-step Photo Tutorial: great handmade gifts or craft for kids to help with

    Mod Podge Tile Coasters -we did these on leftover light pink tiles. They look great. We bought the backing from the dollar store and placed a 4x4 square of it on the bottom. Looks great. We got all the paper from the clearance sale at Michaels

    How to Make Photo Coasters

    DIY ceramic coasters -- instructions show you how to waterproof them (most instructions online just have you use Mod Podge, which isn't waterproof!)

    Tons of ways to use paper rolls, great project tutorials! Not just kids' crafts. Some really great ideas.

    tin cans, spray paint, and lace.

    DIY - Glass Fabric or Scrapbook Paper Magnets Step-by-Step Tutorial using Glass Floral Gems + Mod Podge. These would make a pretty gift.

    Coasters from the places you have traveled. (Buy tiles, rip map pieces, mod podge, glue cork on back. )

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    coasters!

    photo coasters

    OMG - I love this project! I did doors on a cabinet - beyond awesome! On this photo from lemontreecreation...: she stained wooden boards with a dark stain - placed doormat on top - then sprayed over all with 4 light coats of creamy colored paint - letting dry between coats. Make sure you get the paint into all the openings. Do not move mat until it is completely dry or it will smear. When you remove it the stained wood that was covered by the mat leaves a beautiful design. You can use any color - on all kinds of surfaces I did some cabinet doors but the possibilities are many. The original project was used for wall art over a sofa.

    cute ideas for scraps

    mod podge coasters

    20 Mod Podge Craft Ideas for Beginners

    mod podge photo collage

    They didn't provide instructions to achieve the end result, so I'll fill in the blanks: *paint entire canvas (the color you want the leaves to be) * place leaves over the canvas and spray paint the desired background color (lighter than 1st color, ideally - they used gold or white, etc) * Use a line brush to hand paint stems in desired color. (my best guess)

    Glittered Jars- love this

    Love these wood coasters

    so easy, so fun, the results are nearly immediate. alcohol ink dries very quickly on non-porous surfaces. start with a thin layer of the alcohol blending solution, spreading it evenly with a toothbrush. (this diffuses the color, brings out the saturation and extends the drying time.) then squeeze big drops of one color on the tile and watch it do the weirdest stuff ever. Sounds like a lot of fun to do with my "artsy" kids outside on the picnic table.