DIY Fabric Tile Coasters

  1. Paulina J! says:

    Thanks for your tutorial!!! I had a sweer friend move into her own place and I made some for her. She loved them! Thanks again.

  2. Lisa says:

    How many coats Mog Podge should go over top to keep them water proof from condensation on cups.

  3. Cori says:

    what a totally fabulous idea!! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Ladeña says:

    What type of fabric did you use foe this one?

  5. Just Me says:

    Just an FYI, Mod Podge takes 28 days to fully cure. Until then it may be sticky to the touch when it gets wet.

    • effortless says:

      Oh good point! Mine was okay after a day of drying, but I didn’t start putting wet glasses on top of it.

  6. Shannon says:

    What do you use the contact paper for? It’s not double sided, do how does the cork stick to the back of the

  7. Jan says:

    What a fabulous idea 🙂
    Would this coaster be suitable for hot drinks?

  8. Linda says:

    Does the material protect the tile if it should fall on the floor? Should we tell people that it is breakable tile underneath the material?

    I do love the idea but concerned for safety.

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