We know you’ve probably seen these coasters made from tile done before, but we recreated them with an Annapolis take. We really do think they make great wedding favors and they’re incredibly inexpensive and easy to create.
- Scrapbook paper (one sheet per about 4 tiles)
- Modge Modge
- Square ceramic tiles ($.16 each at Home Depot)
- Felt or Scotch adhesive felt pads (available in the framing department at the craft store)
- Paper Cutter
- Hot glue gun
- Waterproof acrylic sealer
- Cut your scrapbook paper to a size that is just slightly smaller than the size of your tile. You want to make sure it doesn’t overlap the edges of the tile when you glue it.
- Cover the top of your tile completely with an even coat Modge Podge and place the cut paper on top. Smooth the paper out so that there are no bubbles between the tile and the paper.
- Let it dry for 15 to 20 minutes and then add another coat of modge podge on top of the paper. Make sure your brush strokes are even and in one direction.
- Once the Modge Podge is dry, brush another coat over the tile.
- Once the Modge Podge is dry, add a layer or two of acrylic sealer.
- When the coaster is dry, use hot glue to add twine around the edge of your tile. I wrapped mine around twice to make sure you couldn’t see any of the edge.
- To keep your tile from scratching the surface it sits on, cut felt to the size of your tile and glue it to the bottom or add adhesive felt pads to the corners of the tile.
Photos by Krista A. Jones