3/8" Denim Glass Tile Mix - 1/2 Lb

$9.95 USD
Item# 425251
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Product Features

  • 3/8" Glass tiles in a great mix of dark and cool blues
  • 1/2 lb bag contains approximately 325 pieces
  • Ideal for decorative home projects
  • Perfect for indoor or outdoor mosaics


Product Description

A beautiful assortment of 3/8" Venetian glass tiles in sky and water colors are included in this mix. A great convenience and value, tile mix is ready to be mosaiced onto any project for a "mosaic makeover" or use with one of our items to mosaic for a fast and fun mosaic project.

Each 1/2 lb. bag contains approximately 325 tiles that will cover an area about 50 square inches. The convenient small 3/8" size of the tiles is excellent for quick and easy project or detailed or curved mosaic work. Colors may vary slightly from image.

Bird project shown created by artist Brenda Pokorny. Mosaic Rainbow Swirl by artist Ann Preidl. Mosaic Panel "Somewhere Beyond the Sea" by artist Ann Shaver.

Take the guesswork out of planning your next project with our easy-to-use free Tile Calculator tool. It calculates the amount of square feet or lbs needed for 3/8", 5/8" and 3/4" tiles.

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Product Details

  • 3/8" square
  • 1/2 lb, approximately 250 tiles
  • Covers area about 50 sq. inches

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