Yay! More stuff! :) Okay so this really awesome lady over at Stamp That had this idea about using the felt flowers on a tile (which makes a really cool little dry erase board). I've seen these tiles made all sorts of way but for some reason the felt flowers just really got me wanting to make one.
So how easy is this? So easy you could do it in your sleep. I've read about people baking the tiles, sealing the tiles ect ect...You know that's not for me. Honestly, I don't do any of that. If you use shiny tiles you don't need to do any of that. Just get the most shiny smooth tile you find on the tile isle and you're good to go.
Ready to make one? It's really just glue dot on embellishments, stamp with staz on and put some felt on the back. I do suggest cleaning the tile with a damp cloth once in a while when changing it. Like any dry erase board they do develop a weird haze after a while and need to be cleaned.
Some info: The tiles I used are 6x6 and are from Lowe's. You can use any size. I use pre-adhesive felt on the back but you can also glue on (I reccomend using e-600 glue) magnets and put this on your fridge. The ink, ribbon and Sweet Pea Felt Flowers are from Stampin Up and you can get them on my online shop.