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Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Want an easy and inexpensive gift idea to give out as a hostess gift for those upcoming holiday parties? How about Mosaic Tile Coasters? They are quick and easy to make. Last month, for my Lowe’s Creative Idea I created a unique lamp shade with mosaic glass tile. I had some leftover sheets and decided to make these coasters with the leftovers. Follow along to learn how to make another great Lowe’s Creative Idea.

Materials:

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Instructions:

Begin by cutting your mosaic tile sheet into coaster size squares.

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Trim off any excess mesh.

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Trace around the tile square onto the cork.

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Use a metal ruler and x-acto knife to cut the cork.

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Heat up the hot glue gun. When the glue is hot, spread a lot of the glue onto the back of the mesh.

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Immediately press the cork onto the back of the tile before the glue can cool. Press down on the cork as the glue hardens.

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

Make a set of four for the hostess with the mostest!

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

It’s an easy but pricey looking gift. What do you think?

Mosaic Tile Coasters | Pretty Handy Girl

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PHGFancySignDisclosure: As a #LowesCreator, I was provided with a Lowe’s gift card to purchase supplies for this post. I was not told what to write. All ideas and words are my own.

 

8 replies
  1. Tile Hunter
    Tile Hunter says:

    Do you happen to know the brand of the tile used in this video. We put up a backsplash with it 5 years ago and need a few feet for a remodel project. We have been looking for weeks to try and identify it. Lowes hasn’t been able to help, it’s too old for them.

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