Sunday, December 2, 2012

Christmas Tile Coaster Set

Last year, I made this set of 4 tile coasters for neighborhood gifts, and I love the way they turned out! Here's a little peek at what I did:

First, I bought tons of 4 inch white tiles at Home Depot--I think they are about .16 each. Then I printed out this set of 4 Christmas prints onto white cardstock and cut them out. These prints are available at my Etsy Shop HERE!
 Next, I Mod Podged the back of each print and centered them on the tiles. Then I flipped them over and let them dry for a few minutes. I also covered all the counter tops in my kitchen with wax paper first, just to make clean up easier.
 Then I slathered Mod Podge all over the front of them and let them dry. I had tiles covering every inch of my kitchen!

 When they were dry, I just put 4 peel-and-stick rubber dots to the bottoms of each tile to prevent any surfaces from getting scratched.
 Then I wrapped each set of 4 coasters up in a cute bag tied up with cute Christmas ribbons.

Tah-dah! A very cute and inexpensive little gift. :)


  1. Oh Shannon... these are FABULOUS!!! I am going to have to purchase these for my gift giving this year!! Thank you for sharing how you created them!

    Have a beautiful week ahead!!

    **Lot of BIG Hugs**


    1. Thanks Deborah! You are always so sweet! :)

  2. Where did you find the little dots things for the bottom of the tiles?

    1. Hi there! I got some craft foam sheets at Walmart--the kind with the sticky back on them, and then I just used a regular hole punch to punch out the dots. Hope that helps! :)