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Patterned Coasters


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Design by: CricutDesignTeam (974 Projects)
Project skill level: advanced
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Home Décor/Accents Modern Trendy House Warming

These personalized coasters will give your table the finishing touch!

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • 4” tiles (4)
  • Sealant
  • Popsicle stick
  • Mod Podge
  • Photocopier
  • Printing paper
  • Adhesive felt pads (16)
  • Black cardstock (1)

Project Cut Files

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Paper Lace Cartridge
1. Geometric design (page 29 in handbook)
a. Black geometric design (4” <Geo1>)
2. Quilt design (page 24 in handbook)
a. Black quilt design (4” <Quilt1>)
3. Oval design (page 28 in handbook)
a. Black oval design (4” <Mod1>)

Paper Lace 2 Cartridge
4. Circle design (page 22 in handbook)
a. Black circle design (4” <Circle1>)
Pre-heat oven to 170° F.
Use Mod Podge to coat tiles. Set aside to dry.
Create geometric design from cut 1a, quilt design from cut 2a, oval design from cut 3a, and circle design from cut 4a.
Photocopy all cuts. Use paper trimmer to cut printed designs.
Coat printed designs with Mod Podge. Place face down onto tiles. Use popsicle stick to smooth out.
Bake tiles for 20 minutes, allowing design to transfer to Mod Podge. Let cool.
Run tiles under water for a few seconds. Pat dry. Use fingers to rub paper off tiles.
Use sealant to coat tiles. Let dry.
Adhere felt pads to bottom corners of tiles.

Step 1

Paper Lace Cartridge
1. Geometric design (page 29 in handbook)
a. Black geometric design (4” <Geo1>)
2. Quilt design (page 24 in handbook)
a. Black quilt design (4” <Quilt1>)
3. Oval design (page 28 in handbook)
a. Black oval design (4” <Mod1>)

Paper Lace 2 Cartridge
4. Circle design (page 22 in handbook)
a. Black circle design (4” <Circle1>)

Step 2

Pre-heat oven to 170° F.

Step 3

Use Mod Podge to coat tiles. Set aside to dry.

Step 4

Create geometric design from cut 1a, quilt design from cut 2a, oval design from cut 3a, and circle design from cut 4a.

Step 5

Photocopy all cuts. Use paper trimmer to cut printed designs.

Step 6

Coat printed designs with Mod Podge. Place face down onto tiles. Use popsicle stick to smooth out.

Step 7

Bake tiles for 20 minutes, allowing design to transfer to Mod Podge. Let cool.

Step 8

Run tiles under water for a few seconds. Pat dry. Use fingers to rub paper off tiles.

Step 9

Use sealant to coat tiles. Let dry.

Step 10

Adhere felt pads to bottom corners of tiles.

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