I can’t say enough about this awesome stamp set High Tide and this is the last of the projects from my OnStage Pheonix presentation. It’s available to customers on January 4th, 2017 along with many other fabulous things from Stampin’ UP!. because they are always outdoing themselves. I can’t keep up with their awesomeness 🙂
I would love to be your Demonstrator OR better yet, join my awesome team of Demonstrators.
This project is actually simple. I purchased Ceramic Bisque Tiles, I’ve ordered mine from Blick Art Supplies www.dickblick.com. They are 4-1/4″ x 4-1/4″. I received a bulk discount so the tiles were only $.49 and you only have to purchase 12 to get that discount. If there isn’t a Blick Art Supply Store in your area, they ship!
These coasters will be available as a CLASS in January for locals to my area.
- Clean your tile, I used a little rubbing alcohol to clean off any surface mess. Let dry.
- Ink your stamp with Archival Ink – I used Basic Archival Grey and I love it!!!
- This set has multiple stamps so layer the stamps according to your set.
- Let dry…very important. I let them cure for days before sealing them.
- Seal with Mod Podge first, four layers and allow to dry overnight.
- Take a box and put wooden skewers on the bottom, lay the tiles on the skewers before sealing with the spray.
- Spray with a clear matte coat. Let dry for an hour and spray again. Be sure to let dry again and then spray the bottom.
- Why did I seal first with Mod Podge first? Well…I like the slight texture that I get from the brush strokes.
- Add cork circles with a hot glue gun OR use the stick on type. You can cover the entire bottom with cork OR just use the circles.
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