- Mod podge/decoupage glue (we used the glossy version of mod podge)
- Sponge applicator for decoupage
- Basic tiles in the colour and size of your choice (the ones we used are from B&Q)
- Felt in a colour of your choice
Start by cutting your pictures to size, you can make them cover the whole surface but it is best if you have a little bit of the tile showing so that the picture can be properly glued on to the tile with the decoupage glue. Apply a thin layer of glue to the back of the picture with the sponge applicator. Place the picture on your tile how you want it to be positioned. Let it dry for a couple of minutes and carefully apply the glue on top of the picture, make sure to glue the edge to the tile before it dries so you have a flat surface.
Let the tiles dry overnight and apply another thin layer of glue on the tile. Leave to dry another 24-48 hours. Once the picture is fully dry you can cut to size a piece of felt and apply this to the back of the tile. Use the decoupage glue on the tile and place the felt on top of this. Let it dry for another 24-48 hours to make sure it is fully dry. Then your tiles are are ready to be used as coasters! Although, you might want to spray paint them with a clear spray paint as this will make them even more durable.
I was thinking, you could probably buy bigger tiles and make something amazing to put hot pots on. What do you think?