Friday, July 8, 2011

A few more DIY Coasters ....

Yes my friends, My Coaster obsession continues...
You see I still had half a bottle of Mod Podge left(Even though I bought the tiniest one) and with all those extra tiles lying around and beconing me I was ever tempted (which I easily do) to dress them up to yet again, a few more of my favorite project...'Decoupaged Coasters' :)
Tutorial to make these lovlies are the same as the previous one .Hop on HERE  to view my last post on Decoupage coffee mug cosaters in case you have forgotten :)



For this one I used a pair of tissue papers.

The trick to using napkins is , you have to peel the bottom layer off before gluing to the tiles and also have to apply the mod podge very carefully yet quickly to avoid tearing of the tissues.


                                                                 yet a few more..
Well thats all for now...will be back pretty soon with more brewing ideas .When I say brewing , trust me they are pouring out of my brain right now !! I saw this cute project on my trip to Pennsylvania wilds (my weekend vacation , remember !) So right now I'm just trying to find the right parts to make them.When I do I'll amuse you all again with another super cool and super easy DIY !!
So Stay Tuned !:)
And thankyou a bunch and more for visiting me and leaving behind your foot prints.I love to collect them !!
Do comeback, I'll be waiting :)
Hugs

9 comments:

Sayantani said...

beautful...ager gulor thkeo bhalo hoeche.

Chandan said...

Beautiful work Sarmishtha..

Nayana said...

wow..you are on a roll...they turned out great. Have a nice weekend!

Disha said...

Too good!! They look stunning. Very creative one.

rama said...

Beautiful again Sarmishta. Where did you buy that beautiful yellow bird? Wait to see your other ideas.

Neha@ Allthingsbeautiful said...

Wow Sarmistha, these look great...you are so talented!

Sudha said...

SUPER LIKE...DOUBLE THUMBS UP

Mish Mash Design said...

wow!!! beautiful Sarmistha :) love this one!!!

nishaslifestyle.blogspot.com said...

amazing work..