DIY Lilly Pulitzer Inspired Coasters




I just returned from my vacation in Florida and I can't believe I'm saying this but I'm happy to be back home!  I have a bunch of crafts to get caught up on!
While in Naples, FL, I visited one of my favorite stores ever: Lilly Pulitzer!! We don't have a store in my state so I always look forward to shopping there! :)
I just love all of the brightly colored patterns! Needless to say, I was feeling very inspired and made a DIY project based one some of my favorite Lilly Pulitzer patterns!!


Supplies
Tile Samples - You can get these from Home Depot in the flooring department!!
Lilly Pulitzer Print - Search online for Lilly Pulitzer prints!
Mod Podge
Paint Brush
Hot Glue Gun
Scissors
Pencil


 Step One: Print off your favorite online Lilly Pulitzer prints. The prints I used were: 'Let's Cha Cha', 'Oh Shello', 'She She Shells', and 'Tropical Storm'. Place your tile on top of your printed pattern and trace with your pencil. Cut out your squares and round the corners, if you'd like!




Step Two: Paint your mod podge onto the face of the first tile. Quickly place your paper square onto the tile and adhere while smoothing out any air bubbles.
Let dry for 10 minutes and paint layer of mod podge onto paper. Don't worry if this shows up white, it will dry clear!


Step Three: Paint two more layers of mod podge onto your coaster, waiting 10 minutes in between each coat.
Cut a slightly smaller square out of your felt and hot glue onto the back of your coaster. 




I am so happy with how these turned out!
They are perfect for summer happy hours!!

XOXO, Karly

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