DIY Photo Coasters…

Do you remember the DIY Photo Coasters Tutorial I shared with you back in November?

Well… frugal friend GeorgeAnne emailed over a picture of the adorable coasters she made!  I love the photos she used ~ these are some seriously FUN coasters…

If you’ve been stocking up on all the free & cheap Photo Prints Deals, here’s a great way to put your prints to use! 

Go here for instructions on how you can make DIY Photo Coasters!

They make great, thrifty gifts!! ;)

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7 Responses to DIY Photo Coasters…

  1. Naomi says:

    The coasters look great!!! I noticed from the picture of the palm trees, that the finish doesn’t look streaky. Did she use the same stuff the tutorial said to use? Mine came out very streaky (from the paint brush and mod podge). Not smooth at all. They still look okay, I was just wondering if I should apply the mod podge with something different that won’t leave it very streaky, like sort of textured lines. Thanks!

    • Rene says:

      Did you use a “brush” or a “sponge” brush for the mod podge? You should use a sponge brush for a smooth finish. At least this has worked for me in the past. Hope this helps!

  2. Janine Shumaker says:

    I did this for Christmas presents this year and my family LOVED them. I used a sponge brush with the mod podge. I will definately be doing this again.

  3. I love this project! Such a cute idea.

  4. Heidi says:

    Yes… I also used a foam sponge applicator when applying the mod podge.

    ~ Heidi

  5. Jess says:

    I can not find the Tree House Studio acrylic high gloss coating anywhere. Anyone have any suggestions?

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