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Friday, December 10, 2010

Thrifty Gift Giving: Tile Coasters

Here is how I made simple Tiled Coaster to give this Christmas:

 I started out with 20 tiles. These were free. They were leftover from when my parents had new tiles put into their home.
 I then cleaned each tile.
 I cut all my vinyl out and placed it on the tiles. I wanted to make sure all the words and images would fit. I got my vinyl from my sisterinlaw at Hearts to Hearts creations.
 I rubbed on my vinyl and viola I had home-made coasters to give as gifts this Christmas.
 
 I wrapped them with a pretty bow.

 Here are the phrases I choose to use:

I did Live, Laugh, Love plus 3 blank tiles
I did a set of P's
and Yee-Haw, Howdy, and horses.

I made it so each set had 6 coasters.

These were such a simple gift to make. I hot glued felt onto the bottom, so the coaster wouldn't slip on the table.


Have a Blessed Day!

5 comments:

  1. Those are very neat! I like the "P"s especially.

    Thanks for linking it up to Have a Handmade Christmas!

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  2. These are GREAT!!! Love this idea! I am a little partial to the YeeHaw and Howdy ones :)

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  3. Danielle,
    Love the coasters!! thanks for sharing. I love seeing what everyone made.
    happy crafting!
    Linda
    PS the next handmade gift exchange will be this July. I hope you'll sign up again! :)

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  4. How did you keep the vinyl from getting ruined from a wet glass? Did you put some type of sch lac over it?

    Thank you!

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  5. How big are these tiles?

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