I found this project at http://www.stylemepr...0/diy-coasters/
It's such a cool project not only for wedding favors but for housewarming gifts and for your own home!
Tiles (0.16 per tile at Home depot)
Mod Podge ($5 at Michaels) - use the 40% off coupon
Sponge brush ($1.50 for a pack of 3 from Target)
Scrapbook paper (packs of 8 at Target for 0.99)
Cork board or felt for backing
Candy sticker labels (found them at Michael's for $5)
Acrylic waterproof sealant - I will be using Minwax polycrylic protective finish ($8-$9 at Home Depot or Michaels)
1. Cut scrapbook paper about 1/8-1/4" less than the tile with a paper cutter. I printed our initials onto the candy label and pasted it on the bottom corner of the square. The candy labels came with an online template that I used on Microsoft Word.
2. Clean the tiles with rubbing alcohol.
3. Apply Mod Podge onto the tile. It dries quickly so you have to work fast!
4. Center the scrapbook paper onto the tile. It took me a while to figure out the best technique to avoid air bubbles and wrinkly paper. The best method is to place your index finger in the center of the paper. Then with your other index finger, smooth out the paper from center to the outer edges of the tile trying to get ensure that no bubbles form. Let dry for 10-15 minutes.
5. Apply modge podge again. Wait 15-20 minutes. Apply as many layers as you desire. I applied 4 layers.
6. Let dry for at least 1 week. (So far I am at this stage of the game!)
7. Apply sealant.
8. Let coasters dry for at least 2 weeks.
9. Add cork board or felt to bottom.
10. Package your coasters!