Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Home-made Coasters, oh so pretty!

Last month went by so quickly that I ran out of time to show you the pretty coasters we made the month before.

But while looking through my files I came across the pictures and decided today is the day to share!

The first one:

swallowtail coaster

And the other one:

pretty poppies coaster

Supplies used:

Swallowtail, Item #129216  $13.95

Swallowtail Clear-Mount Stamp

Pleasant Poppies, Item #129499  $13.95

Pleasant Poppies Clear-Mount Stamp Set

 

 

Jet Black StāzOn Pad, Item #101406   $7.95

Jet Black StāzOn Pad - by Stampin' Up!

Blender Pens, Item #102845  $9.95

Blender Pens - by Stampin' Up!

The tiles came from Lowe’s and were the glossy, very inexpensive ones Smile

Sealer was purchased at WalMart, the high Gloss kind!

How to:

- Gesso was painted onto Tiles with foam brush, let dry completely. One good layer should be enough. You want to make sure that no glossy surface will show.

- Make sure your black StazOn inkpad is moist, and re-ink between each tile if creating several ones

- Image was stamped on tiles, let dry completely

- Images were colored in using blender pen and ink refills. Make sure that you don't apply too much pressure so you won't rub off the Gesso accidentally.

- Once done and dry, take outside and apply 1 coat of sealer (sparingly), let dry. Go back and apply 1-2 more coats of sealer as needed.

- Add felt feet once completely dry

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