Supplies: Felt, Clear Waterproofing spray, tiles(these can be bought at Menards for 16 cents each) super fine glitter, scrapbook letters, scissors, Mod Podge, paint brush(I like to use the foam paint brushes. Mostly because you can get 6 for 99 cents at Hobby Lobby so I don't feel bad throwing them away afterwards.), scrapbook paper, and something to use to set your project on - I used computer paper that was in the scrap bin. You don't really need all of these, you can decorate your coasters how ever you would like! (PS, like my tiny scissors? I guess that's what happens when you live in a house that holds a daycare. :p)
First trace out tiles on the felt. This will be the bottom of the coasters so they don't scratch the surface they sit on. I had to use 3 pieces of felt for 12 tiles.
Apply Mod Podge to the back of the tile and then press the felt onto the tile back. Make sure you press hard so the felt doesn't fall off.
Ooooooo glitter coasters!!!! How I love glitter! This is where the super fine glitter comes in hand. It covers more evenly than the chunky glitter does and I think it looks prettier! And I just love glitter!
I discovered that when putting scrapbook stickers on, it helps to a layer of Mod Podge on and then let it dry COMPLETELY before putting the letters on. Also be sure to let the glitter layer dry completely before applying a Mod Podge layer or else the glitter just scrapes off.
After each coaster has been coated with 2-3 layers of Mod Podge spray it with 2-3 layers of the clear waterproofing spray (clear acrylic spraypaint) and walla!!! Now you have your very own custom coasters!