On the Fourth Day of Christmas…

I’m giving some really cool Medallion Coasters!

I can not tell you haw FABULOUS these are in person! They are the marble unfinished tumble tiles from Lowes or Home Depot. they come in a box of 12 for about $5 (I think)

I stamped each tile with the Medallion stamp in Chocolate Chip craft ink. My pad was VERY juicy so these were fabulous since the image came out so dark & rich! re-ink your pad if its slightly dry! Bake for 10 minutes at 350.

Since these tiles are so dusty I spray mine (front & back) with a matte sealer from the craft store. A very light mist to control the dust. and don’t forget the felt pads for the back!

Since these are so heavy I decided to put them in this cute bucket ( from the $1 spot at Target a few months back) I added felt feet to the bucket as well since its great storage/display for the coasters in someones home! the panel on the front of the bucket is a Monogram label- I think it needed to be a little personalized!

Have Fun making yours!!!!!

ETA: Spray after baking!



  1. Leslie Miller
    October 26, 2009 / 5:27 pm

    These are very nice and make a beautiful gift. Love your idea for the bucket with the felt pads. Gosh, the coasters sound so easy!

  2. MaGoooo
    October 26, 2009 / 6:23 pm

    Your family and friends are going to be so happy they know you this Christmas!

  3. Anonymous
    October 27, 2009 / 5:24 am

    Jill, I love – love the coasters, off to Lowes tomorrow, I was suprised to learn you put them in the oven. do you spray after the oven or before. Jill I thank you for all the wonderful ideas you share with us. Hapiness, Carol g.

  4. Erna
    October 27, 2009 / 9:40 am

    what a great gift!! It looks so pretty!

  5. gayle
    October 29, 2009 / 3:31 am

    Hi Jill,These look wonderful and easy to make. I am wondering if it makes a difference if a gas or electric oven is used for baking? Should the time be adjusted?

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