My new go to gift has become coasters. It’s a great housewarming gift for a friend, neighbor, etc and it pairs perfectly with a bottle of wine! I last tested out my tile coaster skills with a DIY Polaroid coaster and now I’m going to show you how to make one covered in fabric.
As an interior designer I have lots of fabric floating around my house. I can never part with any little scrap so I have a lot of small pieces that really can’t be made into much of anything. That is until I realized I could use those pieces to make DIY fabric tile coasters.
Here is what you will need:
-Cork contact paper
-4″ x 4″ Tile (.8 cents at Home Depot)
Step 1: Coat your tile with Mod Podge:
Step 2: Add your cut piece of fabric and apply an additional layer of Mod Podge:
Step 3: Flip it over and then apply a bit of Mod Podge to seal down the edges.
Step 4: Let the Mod Podge dry and then it’s time to apply the cork backing for the tiles. Cut to size.
Then simply remove backing and apply:
I was so happy to have a great use for some pricey fabric that I did not want to waste an inch of.