Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Modge Podge Coasters

This is a super fun and inexpensive gift for the Mom in your life. I had so much fun making these I couldn't stop. There are so many different things you can do to decorate them.
Modge Podge Coasters
From: Kells
Print How To

4x4 White Tiles
Paper, stickers, die cuts or drawings. (Anything except for things that are printed off the computer. The ink tends to smear when applying the modge podge.)
Sponge Paint Brush
Modge Podge
Felt, Cut into 4x4 inch squares
First you will want to get the paper cut out to match the measurements of the tile. Then apply a semi thick layer of modge podge on the tile.
Then carefully place the paper on the tile. Press the paper tight to the tile. Make sure you aren't leaving any bubbles. Let that dry for 15 minutes. Then you can apply your first layer of modge podge. This doesn't need to be too thick.
Let this dry 5-7 minutes. Do another layer of modge podge. If you are adding any stickers or dye cuts this is where you add those. Let dry. After adding those (or not) repeat layering and drying of modge podge 5-6 more times. When the tiles are completely dry. Flip over and glue the felt to the bottom. I used a hot glue gun. But, I'm sure you can use other kinds of glue.

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