GON Repurpose and Upcycle
GON Repurpose and Upcycle
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GON Repurpose and Upcycle Make your own tile coasters…cute and easy! If you’re thinking about making someone a gift (or making yourself a gift) these tile coasters are cute and easy…plus, you can customize them in so many ways. You will need: Leftover bathroom tiles Mod Podge Old maps or music sheets (you can use what ever you like, even leftover wrapping paper.) Felt Clear sealer spray Light sand paper Hobby glue Here is the step-by-step: 1. Clean tiles with soapy water and leave to dry. 2. Place tiles on the paper you have chosen and trace with a pencil. Then cut out your square. 3. Using a small paint brush, paint Mod Podge onto your tile and then place your paper on top. Smooth out as you go so there are no bubbles. Leave for 20 minutes and then paste another coat of Mod Podge over your tile. Leave to dry for an hour or so. 4. Give a light sand. If you want the edges to be slightly worn/distressed, just rub your sand paper around the edges. After sanding do another layer of Mod Podge on your tile and leave for an hour. 5. Once dry take outside and spray your sealer over your tile. Leave overnight. 6. Cut out a felt square the same size as your tile and paste on the back of your tile with hobby glue, this will help avoid scratching any surfaces and make the tiles non slip. Article Source: https://recycledinteriors.org/mood-boards/how-to-make-upcycled-tile-coasters/
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GON Repurpose and Upcycle Make your own tile coasters…cute and easy! If you’re thinking about making someone a gift (or making yourself a gift) these tile coasters are cute and easy…plus, you can customize them in so many ways. You will need: Leftover bathroom tiles Mod Podge Old maps or music sheets (you can use what ever you like, even leftover wrapping paper.) Felt Clear sealer spray Light sand paper Hobby glue Here is the step-by-step: 1. Clean tiles with soapy water and leave to dry. 2. Place tiles on the paper you have chosen and trace with a pencil. Then cut out your square. 3. Using a small paint brush, paint Mod Podge onto your tile and then place your paper on top. Smooth out as you go so there are no bubbles. Leave for 20 minutes and then paste another coat of Mod Podge over your tile. Leave to dry for an hour or so. 4. Give a light sand. If you want the edges to be slightly worn/distressed, just rub your sand paper around the edges. After sanding do another layer of Mod Podge on your tile and leave for an hour. 5. Once dry take outside and spray your sealer over your tile. Leave overnight. 6. Cut out a felt square the same size as your tile and paste on the back of your tile with hobby glue, this will help avoid scratching any surfaces and make the tiles non slip. Article Source: https://recycledinteriors.org/mood- boards/how-to-make-upcycled-tile- coasters/
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