As promised, here are pictures of our Father's Day craft. The kids worked really hard on them and got somewhat frustrated as we were working with a new medium (Mod-Podge), but once we got the hang of it, they wanted to keep going!
Here are the supplies you need:
Tiles (I got them at Home Depot for 16 cents each!)
Mod-Podge (a small jar is fine)
Small Squares of Tissue Paper
First, paint on a layer of Mod-Podge.
Next, place tissue squares on the tile in any design you like.
Then, paint another layer of Mod-Podge over the tissue paper. (Hint: Be sure the tissue is as flat as possible and be very gentle going over the tissue at first- ours wanted to bunch.)
I actually did a couple layers over the top because I wasn't sure of the finish. Let it dry between layers (about 15 minutes).
Finally, add felt pads to the corners of the bottoms and...Voila!
Happy Father's Day to the best dad in the world! (He'd better use these!)