Tile Coasters!!!

Tile Coasters are very simple to make and don’t require many supplies to make.

I love coasters and yet I don’t own very many.  Gabrielle and I sat down together and made these Tile Coasters last week:

Tile Coasters

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Step 1: Take out some tiles and cut squares out of scrapbook paper.  We made our squares a little smaller than the size of the tiles.   Step 2: Apply Mod Podge to the top of the tiles.   Step 3: Place your scrapbook paper square onto the Mod Podged tile.   Step 4: Apply Mod Podge on top of your scrapbook paper square and let it dry.  (I think we are going to apply spray-on sealer on the next batch just to make double sure they are well sealed.)

Tile Coasters

 

Step 5: Cut a square out of non-slip shelf liner.   Step 6: Apply Mod Podge on the back of your tile.
Step 7: Stick your non-slip shelf liner square onto the back of the tile.
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Result:
Tile Coasters Tile Coasters

 

We think they turned out pretty cute and they were SUPER EASY to make!
What do you think?
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69 thoughts on “Tile Coasters!!!

  1. I love love love the colors and patterns that you picked out… I made coasters like these once, but I used a damask print wrapping paper (they were for a themed bridal shower) and the results were terrible. Wrapping paper is just way too thin for the project! I really need to get around to trying another set, this time with a better paper like cardstock or something.

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  2. LOVED this. And it was SO simply described, I ran out and made 4 – using ModPodge I bought 10 years ago for a project I never did.

    They turned out amazing, even for someone as crafty-challenged as I am, and I plan to buy some (new) Mod Podge to make more for friends.

    Thanks!

  3. To help protect your furniture use either those felt circle pads (too expensive & don’t last for my taste)or use any color of felt material you like . Just cut & trim it a little) it to match the tile and glue it on the bottom.

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