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Hi Karen. I used some old tiles to make coasters. Maybe this will give you an idea of what to do with some.... http://www.recreateddesigns.com/2017/12/diy-ceramic-coasters-fabric-resin/
Michael's sells cork by the roll. https://www.michaels.com/cork-roll-by-artminds/10171279.html?cm_mmc=PLASearch-_-google-_-MICH_Shopping_US_N_ArtSupplies_Storage%26Accessories_N_N_N-_-&Kenshoo_ida=&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI19jozeLL5QIVUeWGCh0Z_wN6EAYYCCABEgIUx_D_BwE
Amazon sells cork with adhesive back. Here's a link: https://www.amazon.com/Cork-Sheet-Adhesive-Single-thick/dp/B001ACIGQW
Where are you looking Karen? Any hobby and craft store has cork, felt, rubber feet, etc. Many fabric stores too in their craft section. Or visit your local hardware store or home improvement center. Readily available almost everywhere.
You can buy round cork pads at places like Menards, WalMart, a Dollar store, etc with adhesive backs. They come in different sizes and are very inexpensive. Just place one in each corner on the bottom of the tile and one in the middle to keep the tile from leaving any marks on surfaces it may damage.