Waterproof Photo Tiles I used some basic white ceramic tiles (20¢ each) and painted a coat of Mod Podge right onto the glossy part of the tile and laid my photo flat. I let them dry for about an hour, then did another layer of Mod Podge right on top of the photo (it dries clear), followed by three layers of clear lacquer.   This project does take a few days since lacquer needs about three hours to dry in-between. They are waterproof, they can be used as coasters.

Waterproof Photo Tiles

Waterproof Photo Tiles I used some basic white ceramic tiles each) and I would lay down some midge podge and the picture and let that dry. I would suggest then spraying some of the stay dry spray paint to it.

Dwell Patterns - Heath Ceramics

Dwell Patterns - Heath Ceramics possible fun patterns for backsplash i like the half hex stack, half hex wave

DIY Photo Tile Magnets! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ go grab the mod podge and make some super-cute magnets for your fridge or to give as gifts! #crafts #thefrugalgirls

There's nothing more fun than going to the fridge and seeing your favorite faces smiling back at you!) These DIY Photo Tile Magnets are such a cinch to make and will cheer up any refrigerator, fi.

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These dark bedrooms pull you into a dream-like state with black accent walls, and stunningly deep furniture and accents. So much design is about light and brigh

Instagram photo taken by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Анастасия Ропало - INK361

Instagram photo taken by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Анастасия Ропало - INK361

Sand+Stone+Blooms by Christopher+Gryder: Ceramic+Wall+Art available at www.artfulhome.com

Sand Stone Blooms by Christopher Gryder (Ceramic Wall Sculpture

Ceramic wall tiles with extrordinary texture great for indoor and outdoor walls. Sand Stone Blooms by Christopher Gryder: Ceramic Wall Art

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