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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 Catherine Nichols on January 22, 2010 at 7:31am
I love, love, love this project! Most awesome gift idea. This is one of my fave tutorials :)
Comment by Nancy Repp on January 20, 2010 at 11:15am
This wonderful it is a very nice gift and I well use for my friends b gift. Nancy
Comment by Jacquie Hart on December 23, 2009 at 1:30pm
WOW very nice great inspiration!!!
Comment by Sandy Jones on December 5, 2009 at 8:05pm
These are wonderful. I am giving them to all my board members for Christmas.
Sandy president of a
golf club.
Comment by Veronica on November 28, 2009 at 10:45am
I am going to try thisout for Christmas gifts. Awesome idea THANK YOU!!
Comment by Valentina Deker on October 23, 2009 at 11:04am
Gina these are great! I have already bought my tiles and ink. Can you please tell me where I can buy the butterfly stamp?
Thank you very much.
Comment by Kathleen Ann Sheeran on October 11, 2009 at 3:09pm
Gina I'm gonna give this a try ...i love the look of these tiles. I wonder if you or someone could address the fading question on the previous page and if you have any ideas to keep it from fading?
Thanks for the super video.
Comment by Carol Lecian on October 2, 2009 at 10:46am
I have made LOTS of these tiles. I have always used StazOn for the stamping, but have used different coloring techniques (StazOn comes in only so many colors). For instance, with fine detail images, I have used chalks and a blender pen to color. I have also used regular markers to color in the images. When using alternate coloring mediums, I have always baked the tiles AND sprayed them with a sealant. I have never had any issues with fading and even with the sealant applied, the tiles absorb water sweated from glasses. For the bottoms of the tiles, I have always covered with cork. I cut the cork to fit the size of the tile and apply with regular glue (Elmer's or Alene's).
Comment by Sunnie Murphy on October 1, 2009 at 8:10pm
Don't forget to add felt to each corner of the tile so as not to scratch the furniture. You can also buy felt circles or squares that have peel and stick adhesive,. I cut my own felt and use a little Elmer's or hot glue. You can go to your local craft store and buy an unfinished box to place your tiles in. It's a great project and I love it!
Comment by Martha J. Vazquez on September 16, 2009 at 1:05am
I'm totally doing this for xmas for my family. Thanks soooo much Gina, you are awesome!! =)

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