Here's a simple DIY project to break-free and make something memorable out of those old, boring and monotonous coasters lying around in your house.
Make a note of the essentials:
(2) Wooden or ceramic coasters
(3) Modge podge
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Step 1: Step 1:
Measure the length and width of your coaster. Accordingly, cut your photos to match the length of the coasters.
Note: Make use of a light pencil and a clear ruler to make the markings on the back of your photos.
Step 2: Step 2:
Carefully apply the Modge Podge on each photo. Make sure the photo sticks to the coaster.
Note: Make use of old flat candy sticks to apply the Modge Podge on the photos.
Step 3: Step 3:
Apply 4-5 coats of Modge Podge on the photo to seal it. This will also give the photo a sheen and glossy look. Make sure you don’t rush and allow each coat of Mod Podge to dry. This may even take several days.
Step 4: Step 4:
Use these photo tiles to decorate your shelf. One can even stack these cute photo tiles, ribbon them up and craft their customized gift option.