We hope your week is off to a
good start, and in case you need a little pick me up we want to share with you
one of our newest projects. Check out these adorable spring coasters. Holli
Nutter, a talented freelance designer, created these coasters. Coasters are an
easy project to make, especially when you used Mod Podge. These coasters are a
beginner level project perfect for tweens and teens. They can make these
coasters and give as a gift for Mother’s Day. To complete this project you will
need the supplies listed below, along with their instructions.
Mod Podge Podgeable Papers 24874 Summer Crush
Mod Podge Gloss Formula CS11201
Mod Podge Tool Kit 12900
4 ¼” X 4 ¼” White Ceramic Tiles (6)
Light Grit Sandpaper
Offray® ¼” Satin Ribbon in coordinating color
Rustoleum® Ultra Cover Gloss Sealer
Adhesive felt circles (4 for each tile)
Lightly sand tops of tiles enough to scuff the surface.
Measure and cut the papers in 4 ¼” x 4 ¼” squares.
Brush a thin coat of Mod Podge over the tops of the tiles
and let dry.
Brush a thin coat of Mod Podge on the back of the paper,
quickly brush a coat of Mod Podge on the tile, and carefully lay the paper on
the tile with the right side up.
Use the squeegee to lightly wipe across the paper to smooth
and remove any air bubbles. Let dry
completely, about 10 to 15 minutes.
Apply two additional coats of Mod Podge on, allowing to dry
completely between coats.
Apply three coats of spray sealer to the tiles. When dry, apply the adhesive felt circles to
the bottom of the tile in the four corners.
If giving as a gift, stack and tie with a satin ribbon.