Studio G Tiles

bunnytileOk. let me start off by saying this is not perfect. But everyone makes mistakes, right? I think mine was not letting the ink dry completely befoe I baked my tile in the oven. I’ll know better next time!

I used a Studio G Set to do this coaster- I love the set!!! I get me Studio G’s at Pez-a-Doodle Designs – she has a *crazy* selection of them! The tile is  $.32 cent one from Lowe’s —- oh how I love home improvement stores!

Anyway, I’ll do better next time – mistakes are good, I think.

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Tile Coasters

I made some coasters late last week, as an experiment. It went well i think. I used this tutorial from SCS. I opted to bake mine in the oven rather than spray them with acrylic sealer — I told the recipient about this and informed her she was my “tester”. So if it doesn’t work, I’ll be trying them with the sealer!

I made a couple of extra ones for myself so I could test it out, too. I could not decise if I liked them better with the script or without. Actually, the more I have looked at them, the more I like it with the script.  But I just could not make that decision last week. I’m awful at decisions 🙂

The coasters are 4″x4″ marble, purchased at Lowe’s for $.32 each. Not bad, huh? I also made a matching 6″x6″ trivet. I like this project quite a bit, and am thinking these might be a Christmas gift this year!

Stamps: Inkadinkado Wine Bottle, SU French Script
Ink: Black and Brown Stazon
Accessories: Tile