The smallest size can be glued face up underneath jumbo clear glass gems that you might find in the dollar store or at the mosaic/floral aisle of the craft store. These gems are used in stepping stones or as vase filler. When done this way the glass buttons magnify the images glued under them. If making the glass version, I suggest clear gel tacky glue. You can use a 1″ circle punch to make cutting easier.
Eight glass buttons can fit into a 2.5 oz clear top tin quite well.
The 8 oz tin can hold all 24 button designs with a little bit of room to spare for a special rock. Without the rock, it can hold up to 28 glass gems.
The 8 oz tin can also hold 2 deity, 1 sun, 1 moon, 4 elementals, a tea light candle in a small glass holder, a regular box of matches, and a special rock.
You can use a 3/4″ circle punch on the smallest design if you happen to have one or just scissors. Then glue them on to 1″ wooden coins with rubber cement, white school glue, or tacky glue. This will leave a wood border around the image. You could cut them out with a 1″ circle cutter, glue them to the coin and come back to trim any excess paper off with an X-acto. This would make a coin that is “borderless.”
You can have your coins with the design only on one side or on both sides. If you want to seal the coins, consider using Modge Podge to stick them on as well as sealing over the top of them.
Experiment with the other wooden coin sizes and cutters to make larger coins for younger kids with or without a border.
You can use the coins or gems to lay out a ritual circle or altar on a table top, floor, blanket — wherever you like.
You can use a container to store your coins or buttons. The wooden coins do take up less space than the glass gems in tins or boxes. Choose a cover design from the craft page.