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  1. I have a base to my kitchen table, which had a tile top we were going to replace 4 cracked tiles in. Hubby was a bit too strong armed, now top is horribly broken with holes, cracked up tile & cracked. Do you think we can use the base & your plans to just make a new top? I’ve been eating on a piece of plywood since before Easter!

    • I don’t see why not….the only thing I’d be concerned about is making sure the base you have is strong enough to support the weight; our table top is super heavy! You could always use thinner boards for the top if you’re worried about it….it would have a little bit different look, but still be nice, I think.

    • Hi Marcia–thanks for asking! If you look at the sidebar on the right, there’s a box to enter your e-mail address to be notified when there’s a new post (I don’t send out an actual newsletter right now). HTH!

    • I think I have you signed up (it should send you a confirmation e-mail)….I didn’t think about how the subscription box doesn’t show up on mobile devices; I’ll need to figure something out for that!). Thanks for reading!

    • hmm….honestly, I don’t have any of the coasters myself (they were all given away as gifts)….but my guess is the mod lodge would be likely to crack and bubble with hot drinks.

  2. ha! tried the christmas snowflake decoration–came out looking like a wastebasket full of paper!!
    sorry–it stopped working when none of my individual snowflakes would face the same way to get
    the proper lines going…..utterly dreadful attempt-ugh. also all the tape and staples showed up like
    neon signs.
    guess I’m not the crafty type.

  3. I wanted to tell you I loved your tutorial on diy tile coasters so I used it to make Christmas gifts. I pinned mine on Pinterest and tried to give credit on it to your tutorial but I don’t see it showing up on my picture. It was a fun, easy project and we loved how they turned out. Just didn’t want to not give credit to you but I don’t know how.

    • Thanks so much for trying, but I’m definitely not the one who came up with the idea originally (and I think it’d be pretty much impossible to track down whoever did at this point), so I don’t think any credit is due in this case :). Glad you found the tutorial helpful, though!

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