Tile coasters

Thankfully, the January tax return filing deadline has now passed and I was so pleased to actually get all my clients’ tax returns (and mine 😉 ) filed before midnight on 31 January. Mind you, my tax return actually went in at 2 minutes to midnight, so I did cut is fine!

But, with the tax return panic now being over, I can get back to the serious business of crafting!  

Last last year I made some tile coasters and have just got around to posting about them on the hybrid chick blog:

They were so easy to make and full details are on the Hybrid Chick blog (just click on the above photo to be taken straight to the blog). These were a lovely change from cards and albums, and made a lovely gift when tied with ribbon:

In fact, they were so easy to make that I ended up being carried away and used up a whole box of tiles (a pack of 25 from Homebase which cost less than £5) to make even more coasters.  Here are just a few of them:

Why not have a go yourself at making some of these?  They really are very simple as you just need tiles, cork matting, glue and varnish.  As I mentioned above, full details are on the hybrid chick blog so why not take a look and then make some coasters yourself?

Well, I have a glass of red wine calling my name, so I’m off now!  I hope to be back soon with some more crafting ideas so in the meantime, happy scrapping!

3 Responses to “Tile coasters”

  1. Faith A

    I saw these on the Hybrid Chick and absolutely LOVE them, I will be trying these in the not toooo distant future -I hope.

  2. Hummie B

    Love this! So many ways to do hybrid projects!

    I saw an old post of yours in the forum. I'm moving things from the forum to the blog, so your backpack album should post next week with a link to your blog. Thanks for sharing.

    Hey, why not come chatter with us again and share your stuff! I'd love to see you back again. You are so creative.

  3. Lynn

    Glad you liked these Faith and Hummie, I haven't forgotten the discussion we had and would love to chat again so will make sure to find time to get over there 😉


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