To get started you will need:
Several drink coasters (I got mine from a restaurant)
Mod Podge (I used the Matte Finish)
A paint brush
Paper cut outs (if you want to add a monogram or design, you can even use photographs or magazine clippings, stickers and more- think of your favorite sports teams colors and logos)
Using your coaster as a stencil, trace the outline of it on the back side of your paper. Cut out the paper square and add a thin coating of Mod Podge on the coaster.
If you wish to add a monogram or design, simply glue the design onto the coaster and allow it to dry. For my design, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut 2.5inch scalloped edge squares and initials. I layered the cut outs and glued them in place before going over them with a top Coat of Mod Podge
To finish, seal the coasters by applying a thin and even topcoat of Mod Podge, over the paper. Let it dry 15-20 minutes and repeat. Do this 4-5 times, until there is a thick coating, sealing the coaster. This will help protect the paper covered coaster from moisture.
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This easy to do technique can be used for numerous other home décor projects, like these adorable wooded initial décor, perfect for a family room or nursery décor.
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