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I originally purchased these tumbled tiles at The Home Depot. I have heard that some locations no longer carry them. I have also seen them at Lowe's and at this link on Amazon.com: Tumbled tiles by Oracle

For best results: use Stazon Ink for both Stamping and coloring to guarantee no fading, bleeding or running when wet. Other coloring methods may work but you should experiment prior to gift giving to make sure they don't run when wet.

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Comment by Dedi on October 27, 2012 at 10:55pm

I finally got around to "testing" this project with different designs and types of tiles.

Texas Tiles are Tumbled Marble Tiles

I love am in love with this project....I think my house will be full of tiles now...LOL 

Comment by Natalie Zylstra on October 14, 2012 at 6:09pm

Hi.  Not sure if this will respond to anyone, of if anyone will notice this, but the butterfly stamp set is called "Take Flight" and you can find it at www.ginakdesigns.com, click on stamp sets, and click on theme, then bugs and butterflies.  I have it and no one seems to be able to find it.  :-)  Hope it helps.

Comment by Shelley Roberts on June 15, 2012 at 4:40pm
Really pretty can't wait to try it out!
Comment by Rosy Newlun on June 7, 2012 at 12:44am

Hi, Gina (did you know I can spell 'gain' when I misspell your name?)

I watched this about 6 months ago, and asked my DH who has worked for years at the local Home Depot to get me a few of these tiles.... so I asked again tonight LOL. I really hope I can make similar gifts as you did in these super cool video! Thanks again!

Comment by Heidi... on May 3, 2012 at 2:39pm

I did this project years ago, and I wish I had watched your video!  I used a different tile, stazon ink, but colored with sharpies (didn't know about dauber then, but I think the sharpies were compatible with staz on...) and baked and used a sealer.  I notice that they aren't holding up over time very well.  Another tip would be to tell your recipients not to clean it with a cleaner. Many cleaners will dissolve stazon ink and then all your work is just erased!  

Comment by Cindy Faulkner on January 2, 2012 at 6:45am

I haven't been a member of Stamp TV very long, but have gone online daily to watch your videos and get ideas. I just made these coasters and love them. 

I love the saying you used on yours, but cannot find the stamp set. Is it still available and if so where can I find it?

Comment by Kim Thomas on August 19, 2011 at 9:43am
I'm trying these, too...and stamped with BLAZING RED Stazon, and it DID run/smear when I set my glass on it. AND, following the instructions of another artist, I did bake it at 300 for 30 minutes! I tried several others, with NO problems...but the RED did not hold on a LARGE stamped area. Any ideas???
Comment by Kim Carr on May 28, 2011 at 7:13am

I am a newbie and have been 'lurking' around StampTV checking out all the different techniques, etc.  I so appreciate you generously donating your time and talent to all of us. 

This is such a wonderfuly idea!  I think I'll make quite a few of these so that I always have some on hand for a last minute gift.  Wrap them in a pretty ribbon and you're good to go!

 

Again, thanks for sharing!

Comment by Sandy Schlindwein on April 29, 2011 at 7:10pm

Thanks for the demo......can't wait to try it.

 

Comment by Shai on March 23, 2011 at 5:10pm
I love it! Zoomed to HomeDepot & got the tiles! Thanks so much for such an awesome idea!
I stamped Roosters, came out very nice.

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