You will need:
4x4 tiles ( the Habitat for Humanity Restore has TONS of tiles and the 4x4 size are 25 cents each)
mod-podge & a brush
I cut the scrapbook paper about 3 3/4 x 3 3/4, so there would be a very small border of tile left around the paper.
Then I applied a thin layer of mod-podge directly on the tile.
Then I put the paper in the center and applied a thin layer of mod-podge over the paper.
The mod-podge is white when it is wet, but it dries clear. When it was clear, I applied another thin coat.
See, the one on the right is starting to dry on the edges.
Not including the mod-podge, this project was less than $1
I'm thinking these might look nice in my parent's living room...what do you think mom?