Handmade coasters made from tiles.

handmade coasters made with Mod Podge

One Mod Podge project I never get sick of is handmade coasters. It seems like everyone puts their own little spin on the project, and each comes out looking great. These are no exception. How clever of Jessie to put cork on the bottom of her tiles so they don’t scratch furniture. Totally a “duh!” moment for me right there. I also like how she used polyurethane to seal everything after Mod Podging her paper on, that way the Mod Podge wouldn’t get sticky. Genius, I tell ya.

Handmade tile coasters at Modern Vintage

PS – I’ve got a roundup of Mod Podge coasters if you are interested in projects just like this one.

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  1. says

    I love these! I made some for each of my siblings, last christmas. Found out their favorite patterns, colors etc & bought the tiles at home depot. They all turned out nice but I really loved my youngest sisters because she likes safari/jungle style for her livingroom & her’s looked amazing. The Zebra, Tiger, Leopard etc prints were so fun on coasters! So many looks you can do on these & really not that expensive! :)

  2. says

    i made this with a photo of my daughter. a year later, it still looks great and the photo isn’t worn at all! yay for mod podge! it rocks!