A few weeks ago we were visiting my mother-in-law when I noticed she didn't have any coasters. I decided to whip her up a few using some craft paint, tile and the cutest little artists in town.
To get started you will need:
four tiles (these were four inch by four inch tiles) these can be purchased VERY cheeply at your local hardware store
something to use as backing like moleskin, cork or furniture pads
I had Ry and Issie paint the tile with their sweet little hand and thumb prints.
I then baked them in the oven for 30 minutes at 350. Let them cool completely before brushing them with Mod Podge to seel them shut. Then I added the backing.
Then I wrapped them up with some lace and presented them to my mother-in-law. It was a big hit!
These make a great inexpensive handmade Mother's Day gift that kids can make.
What are some sweet DIY projects your kids have made?
Also, today I am "hopping" at Romance on A Dime.