DIY Tile Coasters {with free download}

First of all I have to send out a big THANK YOU to all of my readers! Yesterday {July 12} was my official 1 month blogiversary. A few weeks ago I decided to make it my goal to reach 1,000 views by now…when I hit that a while back I changed my goal to 1,500 figuring that would be a possibly realistic expectation. When I passed that 2 days ago I didn’t make a new official goal, just thought in my head that it would be amazing to hit 2,000 blog views by the end of my 1 month blogiversary. Guess what?!?! We did it!!! While I’m writing this, it is 45 minutes until midnight and there are close to 2,100 views! YOU GUYS ARE AMAZING!! Seriously I could not have done it without you…I cannot tell you how excited I am or how thankful I am. I really hope you guys enjoy what you have seen this first month; get ready for more!
*Plus, keep an eye out for a few guest posts on a few of my favorite blogs {more information coming soon}!

Now that the excitement has subsided & I have gotten my thank you’s out…let’s get down to business.

Since I refinished my beautiful side table for the family room, I knew it was time to get me some coasters so we don’t ruin the newly finished wood. I’m really trying to go for a mix of rustic and modern in our family room; of course I’ve been searching on Pinterest for the perfect thing. I found some adorable stone tiles turned coasters and just had to try it out for myself!

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  1. Love the chevrons! Looks great! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning to our Pomp Party board!

  2. Wow these look great! I wasn’t sure if it was the photo causing the blue, but you said you like it, so I guess not. That makes the set even more special. I found you at Fabulous Friday Link Party

  3. Hey – nice job here!!

    Visiting via the Pomp Party Blog Hop :)

    Sarah
    http://acatlikecuriosity.blogspot.co.uk/

  4. Stopping by from Classy Clutter and I am loving this idea and look of the different chevron prints! I covered some stone coasters with craft paper but just left it on under several coats of mod podge. I really like the look of it being printed on the stone!
    Have a great day ~ Laura

  5. I love your little Chevron Coasters! They turned out so cute! Found you at Simply Creations Friday Party. I’m now follower. Would love to have you stop by for a visit! Blessings ~ Judy

  6. These look so great! Love the chevron.

    Thanks so much for linking up to the Pinworthy Projects Party last week. Hope to see again this Friday.

  7. I love, love, love these and will be making some of my own! I’m featuring you on Doodles & Stitches tomorrow. Thanks for linking up!

  8. Wow. These are fantastic. I want to try this. I’m going to pin it.

  9. This is the coolest idea! I have never seen this done before! I can’t wait to try this with my youth group! Thank you for such detailed instructions. So glad I found your blog.. I am your newest follower! If you ever have time I would love for you to come check mine out!

    -Peggy

    • Thank you so much for following! I checked out your before & afters and they’re beautiful! I’d love to see how yours turn out… sam {at} atkinsondrive {dot} com

  10. These are great! Pinning!
    Newest follower, too! :)

  11. These are wonderful! Thanks for sharing at Tips & Tricks, AND CONGRATS on reaching your goal on your blog – SO QUICKLY! That’s awesome!

    Thanks again!
    Have a great week!
    -Heather
    Stringtown Home

  12. Christian says:

    What kind of paper is used? Regular printing paper or something thicker like cardstock?

  13. katherine macleod low says:

    Looking forward to trying this soon. Had you heard back from anyone, if they used a coloured print and how it went?

  14. Love these! I did them today using printed paper and scrapbook paper. Both turned out great! thanks for a great idea! Oh, and mine were colored, worked like a charm!

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