2" Clear Crafting Tiles - 36 Pieces

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Item# 426202
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Product Features

  • Each tile measures approximately 1-7/8" x 1-7/8" square
  • Create unique jewelry and mosaic projects
  • Customize with glass paints, etching cream or KraftyBlok Image Art
  • Clear tiles have rounded edges - no finishing needed

Product Description

Clear Glass Crafting Tiles
Crystal clear tiles are made from molded glass so there are no sharp edges. Customize with glass paints, etching or KraftyBlok Image Art, to make your own permanent designs on backs of tiles. Create unique jewelry and mosaic projects. Tiles are mounted on clear-faced adhesive sheets to protect them during shipping and storage. 36 tiles, mounted on clear adhesive sheet.

Custom drawer pulls created by artist Julie Haan using square knob #425862. Projects courtesy of Diamond Tech, artist: Jeanne Baruth. 

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