Introduction: Jubilee Home Decor-Marble Coasters
What an honor to bring to you a new project today using Stacey Caron’s Renaissance Jubilee line of dies. Her style is classy and sophisticated and although we generally see cards created from these thin dies, I thought I would show you how easily they translate into a home décor project. Making a set of coasters is fun, fairly inexpensive and would make a great gift. So, let’s get started!
Platinum, Platinum 6 or Prizm Machine
Alcohol Ink-3 colors of your choice
Alcohol Blending Solution
Blending Tool or a sponge
White Tile-Hardware Store
Xyron Metallic Sheets-Found here
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Drop several colors of alcohol ink onto glossy white tile and blend and pounce colors across tile with blending tool. Add additional color if needed.
Drop several drops of alcohol blending solution onto tile and pounce around until you have the achieved a look you like.
Apply xyron adhesive to the back of two colors of metallic sheets. Die-cut several shapes from the metallic sheets.
Peel back paper and adhere metal to embellished tile. Add two images of die-cut shape to each tile. Press down die-cut firmly onto tile.
*For additional adherence, apply a thin coat of glossy accents to completed tile and allow to dry.
Well that was it! Pretty cool, huh? What colors did you use? I love adding some gold alcohol ink into the color mix because it looks so veiny and marble like. What else could you create from this beautiful die? Please show us what you have been up to by hashtagging us☺ at #teamspellbinders.
Thanks for visiting! Debi