You will need (4) 4 x 4 ivory tiles I believe they are called tumbled marble. (Lowes sells them for $3.19 for a bundle of (9) A bottle of Mod Podge and a spray can of Mod Podge sealer. (available at Walmart or craft store) I get the Matte finish. I think glossy would show every flaw plus allow a drink to slide off easily. A small sponge brush or regular small paint brush. Your chosen photo's cut to about 3 1/2 x 3 1/2. I printed mine from the computer using card stock paper.
Some thin cork. I purchased a small roll from the craft store for less than $3.00 and will get over 20 pieces from it.
Begin by coating the back of the photo with a thin layer of the Mod Podge
Press your photo down firmly to the front of the tile. If there are indention's in the tile along the side of the photo, just press the photo down into the indention. Let this dry about 15 minutes.
Now brush a layer of the Mod Podge on top of the photo. Yep...it looks like you are painting on Elmer's Glue!
Let this dry completely.
Our humidity is up today so I hurried things along with a blow dryer.
Didn't take long to dry with the blow dryer.
When Photo has completely dried . Give it a light spray with your Mod Podge acrylic spray sealer. I let mine dry 15 to 20 minutes and sprayed again with a light coat. Use outside or in a well ventilated area. Let this dry completely.
Cut a piece of the cork slightly less than 4 x 4.
Brush the back of the tile with glue. I used Elmer's Rubber cement. Brush the back of the cork.
Then stick the two together pressing firmly.
Lay on a firm surface and allow for glue to dry. That's a picture of my Dad before he died doing what he loved to do....deer hunt.
If you are putting them under a tree for someone, they don't even have to be wrapped. I cut up an old Christmas Card from last year to hide the real pictures and tied a ribbon around the stack.