Mod Podge Tile CoastersI am excited to introduce you to my new little project that I've been working on for the past few days. FABRIC COASTER SETS OF 4! I used a tutorial that I found on pinterest.com. Here is the site, http://www.hostessblog.com/2010/07/diy-tutorial-mod-podge-tile-coasters/
I have the tutorial posted in my Tutorial board. If you are looking to join pinterest.com, you must be invited to join. I have 5 free invites if you are interested, let me know and I can send you one :) This tutorial introduced me to my new favorite crafty material. Mod Podge! It's an awesome adhesive that dries clear.
paint brush or sponge
1 inch hole puncher
Polyurethane Clear Gloss Spry
All I did was with a sponge, place a coat of mod podge on the tile.
Place fabric onto the wet tile
Using a 1 inch hole puncher, cut 4 circles out of black felt
Glue each circle on the bottom side of the tile with E-600
Spray each tile with 2 coats of Polyurethane Clear Gloss Spray
Here are pics of my new lil beauties.......
***You must wait 6 months before you can put anything HOT on your coasters for the Mod Podge to fully cure***
Still working on a few more sets but heres what I've completed so far.
Since I have the whole summer off, I've tried to spend as much time as I can on my crafty tutorials I've been wanting to try.
Here are the yoyo magnets that I've been working on as well....
Sorry the pictures are a little dark. I just added two stronger wattage bulbs in my room but still seems to be a tad dark :/
Well there you have it, my new lil creations! I'm hoping to start on a few fabric summer wreaths and a queen size quilt with the fabric that I listed prior. I'm also working on baby wash cloths, blankets, and bibs. Stay tuned....