- Bathroom or kitchen tiles (found these at $3.95 for 9 tiles, but there are definitely cheaper ones out there)
- Mod Podge
- Clear Acrylic Sealer (I used Krylon's Crystal Clear in the gloss finish)
- Paper and a color printer (or you can use scrapbook paper)
- Sponge brush
- Felt rounds
Step 1: Measure your tiles and determine how large you would like the paper to be. My tiles measured 4" X 4" so I made each of the monogrammed papers approximately 3.5" X 3.5". I found fabric online and simply saved the image - ta-da! Then I just put my monogram on top of the picture. I chose 3 prints and printed off 3 copies of each. Cut the paper to the appropriate size and set aside.
Step 2: With the sponge brush, brush on one coat of Mod Podge. Place the monogrammed paper on top and gently smooth your fingers over it with a very small amount of pressure. Let it dry completely for at least 30 minutes.
Step 3: Brush on 3 coats of Mod Podge over the monogrammed paper, allowing it to dry completely between each application.
Step 4: After the Mod Podge has dried, apply one to two coats of the clear acrylic sealer. After the sealer has dried, apply the felt rounds to each corner.
Step 5: Voila! You're done! Let them dry over night and tomorrow you can enjoy your new coasters!
This has got to be one of the easiest DIY's I've done and it was inexpensive to boot! This would be perfect as a house warming gift, Christmas gift or even a birthday present. Hope y'all enjoy it! It was a fun, simple and the end product was lovely!