|First set of coasters for some Kansas peeps (KS map)|
|JCRV ladies made these|
First brush on a coat of Mod Podge and place your pic on the top of the tile. Smooth out bubbles with fingers. Let it dry for about 10-15 minutes. Then brush another coat of MP over that. Give it another 10-15 minutes. Brush the sealer over it and let dry for about 30 minutes.
|cork on bottom|
Place adhesive cork to the bottom.
I will give a set of 4 as gifts and tie with a pretty bow.
3-26-12: We had our LAST craft day today at JCRV. Rather the last one for this year while I'm here. This has really been fun this year. Crafts every Monday for nearly 3 mths! It's kinda like church camp or a crafting retreat!
Last week I told the ladies about making tile coasters to see if they'd like to try that this week. After a few minutes of telling them about it, Becky my Indiana peep, said "what are 'tal' coasters?" Cracked me up! Languager barriers aside, we had a wonderful day today in PERFECT weather, making "tal coasters"! I had also found some porcelain tiles of various shapes and sizes the other day at a resale shop's garage sale. All I could put in a box for $1. Fun! So we played with those today, too.
|Crafters making "tal" coasters|
|made by Becky from Indiana|
|Kathy's coasters with hill country wildflower pix|
|jcrv library pic for Sarah|
|jcrv pix for Sarah|