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A Handmade Christmas: Photo Coasters | Killer b. Designs

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A Handmade Christmas: Photo Coasters

We’re leaving tomorrow to go celebrate Christmas with my family, so this past week has been a mad dash for presents. I’ve been painting and sanding and mod-podging my hands to the bone, and still have a couple more projects to finish. I made these cute little coasters for my sister, of her little niece, the adorable Miss C. To spice it up a little, I added some fabric scraps.

This is one of the simplest projects out there. Grab a plain tile from Lowes to the tune of 70 cents. They come in all kinds of colors. Cut some fabric scraps (or pretty paper). Apply a layer of mod podge, stick the fabric down, paint over another layer making sure all the fabric is stuck down, plop on a photo and top coat it with the ‘podge.

I tried to coordinate my fabric with the image. I think it worked pretty well. Plus, I love that this is not only a decorative present, but a functional one as well!

Look at my little cutie pie! She’s all ready to support a glass of cola with her chin 😉 It’s also a super quick project to whip out, taking me less than 30 minutes to finish it. And the cost is pretty minimal too, less than $5 for all three! Maybe I’m the oddball out there who just loves to collect coasters, but now I totally want to make some for our house despite having nearly 20 coasters already. Oh, well, at least we’re well prepared for a party!

2 comments

  1. Amanda

    Love this! The fabric you used is so cute!

  2. Kira

    Cute! Also, have you checked your site’s Pinterest page today? Mine seems to be alive again! Just wanted to give you the heads up : )

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