DIY Moroccan Tile Coasters
1. Cork It
Remove your adhesive cork rounds from their sheet and press them firmly into the four corners of the back of your tile. Placing them in the corners ensures that your coaster will be evenly balanced.
2. Tape It Down
Cut your stencils so you can secure the individual pattern that you desire to your tile. Tape the edges of your stencil to your tile so it's centered and as flat as possible. We like to use painter's or masking tape because it's easy to reposition and it comes off clean.
3. Add Color
With your stencil in place, hold your spray paint directly over your tile and spray straight down onto your stencil for the cleanest lines. We like to spray in short, quick bursts for more control. Avoid angling your spray to prevent the paint from shooting under the stencil. Also avoid applying too heavily -- 2 light layers works better than 1 heavy layer. Let your paint dry for about 15 minutes before moving on to the next step.
4. Seal The Deal
With your paint dry, apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the top of your tile to seal your paint and prevent scratches. Brush in one direction for the smoothest finish. Let Mod Podge dry for about 20-25 minutes before use.