You start with coasters – I found this idea on the interwebs and they used tile coasters – but Hobby Lobby only had cork. I also bought felt – more needed when you use tile – but hey – my husband is a Colts fan – so he loves anything blue. 🙂
I love the designs on these – I just wished I had saved his six packs for the past 3 years! I’d have gift coasters for decades!
The Mod Podge is a process but not too bad:
1. Apply Mod Podge to the coaster and then stick the felt to the coaster.
2. Apply Mod Podge to the back of the six pack and then stick to the other side of the coaster.
Once those are dry and stuck on pretty good – then you cover the top of the six pack graphic in a coat of Mod Podge. Mine went on a little thick so I only did one coat. If yours is runnier – you might do a couple of coats.
The last step is to coat with the Mod Podge Acrylic Sealer. They suggest using that outside. I covered a cookie sheet with foil and then put the coasters on it. It was wet outside and I had to let it dry between coats. I kept in my breezeway until it was fully dry.