Stamped Tile Coasters

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Using tumbled tiles and stamped images you can make attractive tile coasters for yourself or to give as gifts. This is a page about making stamped tile coasters.


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December 17, 2009

Super easy stamped tile coasters! These make great inexpensive gifts for family and friends.

Approximate Time: 15-30 minutes



  1. Clean your tiles by wiping them with a damp paper towel to remove any manufacturing dust. Allow to dry.

  2. Ink your stamps with StazOn. Stamp image on your tile. Be very careful as you stamp as the surface may be slippery and your stamped image might smear.
    I stamped with a background stamp first (the black script stamp)

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  4. Using sandpaper, gently sand the tile to soften the first stamped image.

  5. Ink your main image stamp with Staz-on. Stamp your image on your tile.

  6. Allow the ink to dry.
    You can also heat set the ink with a heating gun or in the oven.

  7. If your main image needs color, you can use decorative chalks to color in your image.
    Use a tissue or q-tip to blend in your colors.

  8. If colored with chalk, lightly spray a coat of clear acrylic.

  9. When dry, attach the felt or cork bumpers to the bottom of your coasters to prevent scratching of your furniture.

By Melissa from Mobile, AL

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