Stamped Tile Decor Idea

Hello, all!

I wanted to share with you a quick little something I made that I absolutely love.


It’s another cute little tile!

I showed you how to make coasters from tiles a while back ago.


You can read about those HERE.

Well, I saw on another blog how to make coasters with tiles using rubber stamps instead of decoupage.

It looked so simple that I went to Lowe’s and bought some more tiles. And since I didn’t need any more coasters, I decided to make something else.

I used a black StazOn ink pad that I got half off at Hobby Lobby and a stamp that I have had for years in a closet. The StazOn ink is permanent and will not smear or come off . (Great for coasters.)


I stamped it in the middle of the tile and hot glued a little gingham bow to the top.



This little tile would be cute anywhere! You could hang it on a wall or sit in on a desk or dresser.

I decided to add something to the back so it could be hung on the wall.

I got my favorite material, burlap, and cut a square piece a little smaller than the tile.


I hot glued the burlap square to the back of the tile.


Then I used some jute string to make a “hanger” on the back. I hot glued the string in place.


To give it more of a “finished” look, I used some little decorative buttons I had left over from another project.


I hot glued the buttons over the ends of the jute string.


And now it is ready to hang!

But for now, I have enjoyed displaying it on my buffet table with my Christmas decorations.


I love black and white gingham. And this little tile matches my GW topiaries with gingham bows (that I added) in my hutch.



This project was so easy to do, and I am brainstorming some more little projects with tiles. I would like to use some bigger tiles next time. Wouldn’t they be cute monogrammed? Hmmm….

I am linking this post to all of my favorite parties throughout the week. If you need some inspiration, just check these out….

Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch

Get Your Craft On at Today’s Creative Blog (Tuesday)

DIY Day at A Soft Place to Land (Tuesday)

Show and Tell at Blue Cricket Design (Wednesday), and<

Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Chic Cottage.

Have a blessed day,


  1. That is so cute. I gave your tile idea to my daughter and she and her 4 year old made them for teacher's gifts. Thank you!

  2. That is soooo cute. I tried the other tile project which was very easy, but silly me…I left them outside to dry (overnight) and had a dewey mess in the morning. Oops! I think I'll have to try this one – wish me luck! :)

  3. What a great idea. I just received my very own Cricut for Christmas. This would be a great idea for vinyl lettering. Can't wait to try it.


  4. So cute…did you spray any protective coating over the top? I love black and white gingham too…used alot of it on Christmas packaging this year. :)

  5. Oh I love this how cute! I meant to comment last night and didn't get a chance. I love your Goodwill story. I wanted to let you know I love it so much I want to share with my friends.
    I am beginning Share and Tell on Fridays. Where I post my favorite post of the week! I would love to start the New Year with your darling post! Please email me at and send your snail mail and I'll send you a little something too! Have a wonderfull Blessed Week and New Year.

  6. AWESOME! I would love to make those!

    I am new to your blog! Come on over to my blog and follow back if you would like. It is very nice to "meet" you.

  7. Traci, this is so cute. Thanks for sharing the idea and the method!

    And oh my goodness, I really DID laugh out loud at your Goodwill story! Hooray for boys who know and love their mamas!

    Blessings to all of you!

  8. Those are so simple and cute! Nice work. And I love the GW topiaries. The bow really makes them and placed in front of the red plates…woah. Perfection.

    On a side note, I just wanted to say that I always get a little choked up when I look at your blog dedication and comments about your mom. My mom is still around, but I get so sad at thinking of the hole she will leave when she's not. I'm sure your mom would be so honored at your dedication.

  9. I love this! I have so many stamps ~ could make a variety of items. The black & white gingham ribbon is a favorite of mine too. I especially like it in the midst of the reds in your hutch.

  10. What a great idea – I have just discovered those ink pads and stamps – and made a banner with mine! I love your tile idea though – imagine the wheels spinning right now!

    Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year!

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