Diy Tile Coasters Mod Podge

DIY Tile Coasters with Mod Podge: Two Ways! Mod Podge Rocks


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Cut square pieces of paper to fit the tiles using scissors. Add a layer of Mod Podge to the top of a tile; place the paper down and smooth. Let dry 15 …

Reviews: 3
Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins
Servings: 4
Total Time: 1 hr 30 mins

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DIY Tile Coasters with Maps and Mod Podge Mod …


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One of the most fun and easy Mod Podge craft ideas is DIY tile coasters. These ceramic coasters are great for home decor, wedding favors, or a unique gift! Skills Required: Beginner. This is a perfect craft to try to learn how to Mod Podge. You’ll be applying paper to tiles using Mod Podge and a paintbrush.

Rating: 4.5/5(2)
Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins
Servings: 6
Total Time: 1 hr

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DIY Mod Podge Tile Coaster Tutorial Midwestern Moms


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Hi Amanda, my wife put 6 coasters together with modern comic book page pics, 5 layers of mod podge, wet sanded with 1200 grit, and coated them with a polyurethane. The first coat of poly looked great, but the moment the second coat was applied 4 days later the finish looked like it was hit with stripper instead of a clear coat.

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DIY Mod Podge Tile Coasters Today's Creative Ideas


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DIY Mod Podge Tile Coasters. 3 Comments Supplies: Tiles Scrapbook Paper Hard Coat Mod Podge Cork board / Felt (optional but recommended) Glue (optional but needed if using cork/felt backing) Directions: I already had a couple US Army tile coasters on hand. Love the Army but the coasters don’t really suit my design taste.

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DIY Tile Coasters: Easy Gifts with Scrapbook Paper or


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How to make DIY tile coasters quick and easy with mod podge, and fabric or scrapbook paper. These coasters make great gifts. This post contains affiliate links which may earn me commissions should you click through them and take certain actions. As an affiliate for Cricut, Amazon and other sites, I earn from qualifying purchases. Please DIY

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EASY DIY Coasters You Can Make in Minutes! Mod …


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Add a medium layer of Mod Podge to the coaster and then lay the paper down and smooth. Keep smoothing until all of the bubbles are removed. Let dry for 15 - 20 minutes. …

Rating: 4.8/5(100)
Total Time: 30 mins
1. Trace the coasters with the pencil directly onto the paper and cut just inside the line.
2. Add a medium layer of Mod Podge to the coaster and then lay the paper down and smooth. Keep smoothing until all of the bubbles are removed. Let dry for 15 - 20 minutes.
3. Once the coasters are dry, trim any excess paper around the edges with the craft knife or scissors.
4. Paint a coat of Mod Podge over the top of the paper. Let dry and give another coat. Let dry.

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DIY Tile Coasters with Mod Podge: Two Ways! Diy …


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Personalized Photo Coasters. All you need are the 5 items pictured above. Cut the photos to fit the square pieces of wood (which btw are under a dollar at Michaels) Apply enough Mod Podge to the wood so that the photo sticks, allow to dry for at least 10 minutes. Lastly, apply a coat of Mod Podge over the photo and allow to dry. Voila !

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How to Make Coasters from Ceramic Tiles Easy DIY …


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Cut felt into 4″x4″ squares. Apply Mod Podge to the ceramic tile using a small paintbrush or sponge brush. Place scrapbook paper on the center of the tile and smooth in place using your fingers. (Allow time for the Mod Podge to dry before applying the sealant.) Apply sealant according to package instructions.

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Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins

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How to Make Tile Coasters DIY Projects With Pete


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Apply Mod Podge to top and sides. Use a foam brush to apply three thin coats of Mod Podge to the top and sides of the coasters. Brush in alternating directions for each coat. Let the Mod Podge dry to the touch (about 10 – 20 minutes) between coats. The Mod Podge will dry clear. Apply Spray Sealer

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

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Mod Podge Coasters Etsy


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How to Make Mod Podge Photo Coasters Using Square Tiles


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How to Make DIY Mod Podge Photo Coasters Using Square Tiles 1. Gather supplies. At the ReStore, small white square tiles are plentiful and cheap. They make the perfect base for the coaster. You’ll need: Square white tiles Photos (or old maps, bible pages, hymnal music, etc) Mod Podge (I used matte) Clear Acrylic Sealer Glue Felt

Reviews: 8
Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins

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DIY Tile Coasters: A Great Way To Use Homemade Mod Podge


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Now that I have a freshly made batch of my Homemade Mod Podge, I was all set to make a project that’s been on my want-to-do list for quite awhile. I’ve seen these DIY tile coasters around on Pinterest and some of my friends and family have …

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DIY Tutorial: Mod Podge Tile Coasters // Hostess with the


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Jaime Curtis – one of the talented women behind the ultra-inspiring Prudent Baby – was kind enough to share this fabulous Mod Podge Tile Coasters tutorial with us!. The best thing about this type of project is that you can literally tailor it to any style & color palette you want… there are so many great gift wrap & scrapbook papers out there, so the sky’s the limit!

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DIY Tile Coasters: A Great Way To Use Homemade Mod Podge


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To make these coasters, you get some 4-1/4″ square ceramic tiles from a home improvement store (like Home Depot) and decoupage scrapbook paper to them using a product called Mod Podge. The ceramic tiles are super duper affordable (usually sold for about 10 cents apiece), and if you have lots of odds and ends of scrapbook paper you might have

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How To Make DIY Tile Coasters and Tile Planters Picture


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Mod Podge; Matt acrylic varnish spray; Superglue gel – This is all you need to turn the tile coasters into tile planters; Scissors; Printable decoupage paper or plain white paper napkins. The Art Nouveau Patterns. I used the following art nouveau animal patterns to make my tile coasters and planters. There are 12 designs to choose from, four

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Two It Yourself: DIY Coasters with Mod Podge and Napkins


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DIY Coasters with Mod Podge and Napkins {And a Giveaway} Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Once the napkin designs are smooth on the tile, paint another layer of mod podge over top the entire tile - even the areas where there is no napkin.

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Make Scrabble Tile Coasters in Minutes Mod Podge Rocks


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If you enjoyed these DIY Scrabble coasters, I’d love for you to check out these other related posts: DIY Tile Coasters with Maps and Mod Podge; Personalized Mod Podge

Rating: 4.5/5(8)
Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins
Servings: 4
Total Time: 40 mins
1. You'll need to lay out the cork tile...
2. Start gluing the scrabble tiles to the cork,...
3. Let dry completely then trim around the edges...
4. Repeat with three additional coasters.

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DIY Tile Coasters It All Started With Paint


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Apply generous layer of Mod Podge to tile. Step 3: Affix paper square on tile. Add Mod Podge to corners and sides as needed. Smooth out any bubbles with fingers. Step 4: Apply five coats of Mod Podge on top of paper. Let dry between coats. Step 5: Glue some felt and/or glue to the bottom corners so your new, fancy diy tile coasters don’t

Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

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DIY Tutorial: Mod podge tile coasters – Tip Junkie


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Here's an easy, cheap, and fun homemade gift idea and DIY tutorial ~ mod podge tile coasters.The best thing about this type of project is that you can literally tailor it to any style & color palette you want there are so many great gift wrap & scrapbook papers out there, so the sky s the limit! Added bonus: they cost less than $5/set & made for a great gift idea …

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Personalized Mod Podge Coasters with Photos Mod Podge Rocks


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Instructions. Choose the photos that you would like to use for your coasters and print them out to fit the tiles. Use a laserjet printer. Cut out photos using scissors. Paint a thin …

Rating: 4.8/5(24)
Total Time: 1 hr 15 mins
1. Choose the photos that you would like to use for your coasters and print them out to fit the tiles. Use a laserjet printer. Cut out photos using scissors.
2. Paint a thin coat of Mod Podge onto a tile. Lay the photo onto the tile, centering it and smoothing out all of the air bubbles. Wipe away any Mod Podge that comes out the edges.
3. Repeat with the other tiles and photos. Let dry at least 15 - 20 minutes.
4. Spray the tops of the tiles with Engine Enamel or seal with Minwax Polycrylic; let dry.

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DIY: Homemade Polaroid Coasters — Darkroom and Dearly


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7. When the Mod Podge is completely dry, spray the tile with a coat of your Clear Acrylic spray. This should remove the "tackiness" of the Mod Podge and make the coaster even more water resistant. *Another tip: I got a little frustrated by how much the Mod Podge streaks showed up even after it was dry.

Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins

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How to Make Coasters Warning! Read this before you make


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How to Make Photo Coasters! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com - this DIY Coaster craft using Mod Podge is SO simple and they make the cutest little gifts! #modpodge #crafts #thefrugalgirls Personello Fotogeschenke - DIY / Basteln 2.0

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How To Make Tile Coasters With Mod Podge Live Life DIY


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Live Life DIY is about being self-reliant, self sufficient, and independent. You creating a fun, happy, lifestyle of freedom. Live Life DIY is the life you h

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How to Easly Make Tile Coasters Crochet It Creations


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Step 3: Apply Mod Podge over the Top. Cover the top of the tile with a layer of Mod Podge. I added 3 coats to each of my coasters, allowing 20-30 min to dry between each coat. Try to smooth out any air bubbles with each coat that you apply. Step 4: Cut & Apply the Felt. Cut the Felt in to 4″ squares.

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DIY Tile Coasters Makely


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Next, I used the foam brush to spread a thin layer of Mod Podge onto the tiles and then centered a square of paper on the top. I smoothed any bubbles out with my fingertips. Once the paper was applied, the tiles looked like this: I let the Mod Podge dry for about 20 minutes, and then I broke out my brown paint.

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How to Make Coasters {Mod Podged Coasters} Hometalk


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Ever wondered how to make coasters? Today, I’m sharing easy mod podge coasters with tissue paper circles! You only need a few supplies and a couple of minutes to make these coasters which are perfect for gifts! Sometimes, it’s the simplest crafts that are the best. These easy confetti coasters use Mod Podge, tissue paper, and stone tiles to create a …

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DIY Tile Coasters with Scrapbooking Paper Easy DIY Projects


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2. Apply Mod Podge. With a 2″ foam brush, apply a small amount of Mod Podge on the tile. Apply just enough amount to cover the entire top surface of the tile. Too much glue will wet and wrinkle your paper. A little bit goes a long way. Work quickly before the glue becomes tacky. 3. Seal the Paper with Mod Podge.

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Find Best Ideas For Diy Coasters Mod Podge


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Filed Under: Coasters, Crafts, DIY, Tutorials Tagged With: christmas, coaster, Craft, DIY, gift, mod podge, scrap book paper, stocking stuffer, tile, tutorial Heather is a Designer and the owner of the Interior Design and Lifestyle website SettingforFour.com Heather offers online EDesign services Instagram and family friendly, elegant interiors.

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DIY Map Coasters The Crafty Baking Nurse


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Put some Mod Podge on the back of you map paper and let it dry completely before applying it to your tile. This helps keep the paper flat. But there it is, a simple guide to making your own custom DIY map coasters.

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Making mod podge coasters with Angela Walters YouTube


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Monday, October 15 - Angela Walters shows us step-by-step instructions to make mod podge coasters.

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35 Diys ideas in 2022 diy coasters, photo tile coasters


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Jan 5, 2022 - Explore Alley Pryor's board "Diys" on Pinterest. See more ideas about diy coasters, photo tile coasters, mod podge crafts.

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Question: How To Use Mod Podge On Ceramic Tile


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We used Mod Podge with a Gloss finish to seal and coat the vinyl on these DIY ceramic coasters. In this case the Mod Podge’s main job is to seal the vinyl to the tile so it doesn’t easily peel off with wear and tear. You might want to do 2-3 layers of Mod Podge for the best result. Is Mod Podge waterproof for coasters? If you didn’t know

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DIY Tile Coasters Tutorial Living Well Mom


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Even though Mod Podge dries clear, you can still see the texture of it if you have it globbed on your tile unevenly. Now you can either let it sit over night and let it dry, or pull out your hair dryer to speed up the drying time. You will need three full coats of Mod Podge on your tile to be sure it is waterproof.

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DIY Decoupage Tile Coasters MomsWhoSave.com


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Instructions: Trace the tile onto the back of the scrapbook paper, and cut out the squares. Do the same with the felt pieces. Brush Mod Podge onto the tile, and glue the scrapbook paper to the top of each tile. Next, brush Mod Podge onto the top of the scrapbook paper. Allow to dry. (Make sure to smooth out any air bubbles underneath the paper.)

Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

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How to Make Coasters With Tiles Scrapbook Paper Mod Podge


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Making some quick tile coasters for Christmas gifts and to sell at the craft show. These are fun the be creative. I just might give this set to my sister for

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DIY Tile Photo Coasters POPSUGAR Smart Living


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Cut out the pictures, rounding the edges, which gives the finished photo coasters a nice look. Coat the front of the tile with a thin layer of …

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DIY Map Coasters The Country Chic Cottage


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After that dries, apply about 3 layers of Mod Podge to the top of your coasters allowing them to fully dry between each coat. The Outdoor Mod Podge is best for this as it will hold up better. I then allowed my coasters to cure for 48-72 hours before using.

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DIY Tile Coasters Dream Design DIY


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Here is what you need to make these DIY Tile Coasters. Supplies. Tiles. Mod Podge. Sponge brush. Scissors or paper cutter. Decorative paper. Cork . Sealer. I got my tiles from Home Depot. A set of 9 cost under $4. While I was at Home Depot I opened up the plastic packaging and picked through the tiles to find the ones that weren’t broken.

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Find Best Ideas For Diy Mod Podge Coasters


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DIY Mod Podge Tile Coaster Tutorial - Midwestern Moms trend midwesternmoms.com. Hi Amanda, my wife put 6 coasters together with modern comic book page pics, 5 layers of mod podge, wet sanded with 1200 grit, and coated them with a polyurethane.

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Buffalo Check DIY Tile Coasters Crayons & Cravings


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How to make tile coasters. PREPARE PAPER: Trace the tile onto the back of your chosen scrapbook paper and cut it out. APPLY MOD PODGE: Brush some mod podge

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Total Time: 15 mins
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1. Trace the tile onto the back of your choice of scrapbook paper and cut it out.
2. Apple mod podge onto the backside of the scrapbook paper and glue to the top of the tile.
3. Brush 1-3 more coats of mod podge onto the top of the scrapbook paper and allow it to dry.
4. Trace the tile onto some felt and cut... Trace the tile onto some felt and cut it out.

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DIY Photo Coasters The Make Your Own Zone


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Here are the steps to make these DIY tile coasters using photos. As you’ll see, none of these steps is hard or complicated, but you need the patience to let things dry in …

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Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins
1. Trim your photos as needed to fit the size of your tiles.
2. If your ceramic tiles have tan sides or an obvious barcode printed on one of the sides, you may wish to paint the sides with white paint.
3. Using the foam brush, brush a light coat of mod podge onto the tile and then lay your photo on top, pressing down a bit so the photo sticks to the tile.
4. Let dry for several hours, or preferably overnight.

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20 Cool DIY Tile Coasters Guide Patterns


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20 Cool DIY Tile Coasters. The blank, shiny surface of ceramic tiles works as the perfect canvas for any work of art. You want small designer backgrounds to frame your drawings and crafts, colorful tiles are the answer; you want to make table coasters to go with your interiors, white tiles let you achieve any pattern or designs you may wish to.

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DIY Tile Coasters With Napkin Decoupage, Easy DIY Home


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Apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the tile with the small brush. My tiles were simple white 4"x4", purchased for 17 cents each at Lowes. I used this awesome tip from plaidonline.com (the makers of Mod Podge) of using plastic wrap to apply and smooth out napkins when decoupaging.

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DIY Repurposed Ceramic Tile Coasters YouTube


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How to make coasters out of ceramic tiles using Mod Podge.Get the full details and materials list: https://www.diyinspired.com/diy-repurposed-ceramic-tile-co

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How many coats of Mod Podge do you need for coasters?


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Okay Mod Podgers, it's time to pull out your Hard Coat Mod Podge! This Mod Podge is water resistant and not tacky, just right for coasters. Paint a thin coat of Mod Podge onto your tile. I used a soft bristle brush, but you could use a foam brush, too.

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DIY Night: Tile Coasters with Scrapbook Paper Design


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How to Make DIY Tile Coasters with Scrapbook Paper. Trace around the ceramic tile on your paper and cut out. Brush a coat of Mod Podge to the tile and then place the …

Rating: 4.4/5(15)
Total Time: 1 hr
Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
1. Trace around the tile onto a piece of scrapbook paper. Cut out.
2. Add a thin layer of Mod Podge to the top of the tile with a foam brush. Position the paper on top of the tile.
3. Add a layer of Mod Podge on top of the paper. Let dry for 15 minutes and then add another layer. Repeat one more time.
4. Once the Mod Podge is dry seal with a clear acrylic sealant spray.

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What is an alternative for mod Podge?

Elmer's glue isn't the same as Mod Podge, it's just glue, and while Mod Podge is a type of glue, it's also a sealant and this has important consequences for durability. Many people have tried using Elmer's as a substitute for Mod Podge and the results vary considerably, depending on the material's texture and the desired outcome.

Can you use mod Podge for pictures?

Apply a thick coat of your chosen Mod Podge to the front of the picture. You can use a wide, flat paintbrush or foam brush to do this. Make sure that you are applying the Mod Podge to the front of the picture, not the back. Also, make sure that you are applying a thick, generous coat of Mod Podge.

Can you use mod Podge on watercolor?

Attach the acrylic shape on top of the piece of paper. Press them together fully so that there aren’t any holes or bubbles. At first your watercolor area will look a little white because of the Mod Podge, but that will go away as it dries. You can also add a coat of Mod Podge to the back of the paper to seal it in.

Can you use modge Podge on photos?

Mod Podging Inkjet Photos Print the photo onto regular paper. Do not use photo paper as it is too thick; the coating may also interfere with the Mod Podge. Allow the ink to dry completely. This will take at least 10 minutes. Trim the photo down as desired. Do this with a paper slicer or a metal ruler and a craft blade.