As far as supplies, I needed:
- Scrapbook paper
- Ceramic tiles (4x4 inch)
- A pencil
- A paper cutter, scissors, or a straight edge and a knife
- Mod Podge
- A sponge applicator
- Felt for underneath
- Glue gun
- Letter stickers for “monogramming”
The process was pretty simple. I traced the tiles on the back of the paper and used my cutter to trim it to fit the tiles. Then I applied a thin layer of podge to the tile and set my paper in place and let the tiles sit for a couple of minutes. Once that had a chance to dry, I podged over top of the paper.
After letting them dry, I thought they still needed a little something. I decided to add a “G” sticker to each coaster in order to sort of monogram them. These are going to my mom so I used colours to match her family room, and the G for her last name.
Another layer of podge went over top of the stickers. And one more after that. I cut small circles out of felt to glue to the bottom of the coasters.
Finally, I wrapped them up and packed them for travel.