Another of my go to gifts are coasters. There are so many different materials that you can use for coasters.
These coasters are made on stone tiles that I got by the box at a home improvement store. I stamped the images using StazOn ink. Once they dried overnight I sprayed them with some sealant. And I added some small round furniture felt pads on the back so they wouldn’t scratch anything.
I used the same stamping technique for these coasters, but added some vinyl letters that I cut out with my Cricut. I thought they needed a little bit more since the stamp was smaller. The vinyl I used is actually shelf liner I got at the hardware store as well. So much cheaper than buying craft vinyl. I got 75 feet for $30. That should be enough vinyl to last for QUITE a few projects.
Another great thing about these tiles as a gift is they are very cost effective. I gave sets of 4 coasters.
- Tiles – 9 for $4.00 – $2.00 per set
- Felt pads – 28 for $2.00 – $0.30 per set
- Shelf liner – 75 ft for $30 – $0.40 per set
- Sealer – on hand
- Stamps – on hand
- StazOn – on hand
Inspiration / Supplies:
- Door County Light house Stamps – Door County Rubber Stamps
- Shelf liner – Ace Hardware
- Felt pads – Ace Hardware
- Stone Tile – Home Depot