Waterproof Photo Tiles I used some basic white ceramic tiles (20¢ each) and painted a coat of Mod Podge right onto the glossy part of the tile and laid my photo flat. I let them dry for about an hour, then did another layer of Mod Podge right on top of the photo (it dries clear), followed by three layers of clear lacquer. This project does take a few days since lacquer needs about three hours to dry in-between. They are waterproof, they can be used as coasters.
How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique)
How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique) ~ here’s one easy craft project to up-cycle your empty glass jars and bottles into decorative vases... using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof!
How to Seal Terra Cotta Pots, birdhouses, mailboxes, pallet signs, plant markers and other “outdoor decor” I especially like Thompson’s Clear Waterproofer to seal terra cotta pots from water damage. You can find is at Lowes and it runs around $4 a can. All you need to do is take a thoroughly cleaned and dry terra cotta pot and spray the interior with Thompson’s Multi-Surface Waterproofer.