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DIY Tile Coasters
11 steps
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What you’ll need
Scrapbooking Paper
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Mod Podge
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Scissors
16
3/4” Or 1” Circle Felt Pads
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4
4” X 4” Ceramic Tile
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Foam Brush
Choose paper or pictures that complement each other or belong to the same theme (family, city, etc.)
1. Choose paper or pictures that complement each other or belong to the same theme (family, city, etc.)
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If using a picture, decide which sections you’d like to feature, trace your tile
2. If using a picture, decide which sections you’d like to feature, trace your tile
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Cut out four squares
3. Cut out four squares
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Decide if you want your canvas flush or framed - trim down if needed
4. Decide if you want your canvas flush or framed - trim down if needed
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Optional: paint the edges to match your canvas or the white of the tile, if framing
5. Optional: paint the edges to match your canvas or the white of the tile, if framing
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Attach 3/4” felt pads to the bottom 4 corners, press down (you can also use hot glue for durability)
6. Attach 3/4” felt pads to the bottom 4 corners, press down (you can also use hot glue for durability)
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Brush mod podge on tile; in the same direction, brush on back of canvas, center on tile & press down
7. Brush mod podge on tile; in the same direction, brush on back of canvas, center on tile & press down
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Use another tile (or a credit card) to flatten out any air or glue pockets
8. Use another tile (or a credit card) to flatten out any air or glue pockets
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Brush mod podge on top of canvas, in the same direction as before
9. Brush mod podge on top of canvas, in the same direction as before
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Go around the edges and brush against the canvas to catch any lifting, smooth out
10. Go around the edges and brush against the canvas to catch any lifting, smooth out
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Repeat with all coasters, and let dry for 2-3 hours before using
11. Repeat with all coasters, and let dry for 2-3 hours before using
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Thanks!