1/2" Red Mirror Tiles - 30 Pieces

$5.95 USD
Item# 425550
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Product Features

  • Mosaic mirror tiles add pizzazz to any project
  • Special mirror coating prevents de-silvering for long lasting projects
  • 1/2" Size allows you to create intricate designs
  • Piece counts are approximate


Product Description

Bold in Color, Mirror Tiles Make any Project Pop!
The special mirror coating on the back of the red mirror tiles prevents de-silvering for long-lasting projects. The small 1/2" size allow you to create intricate patterns easily. 1.1 oz package, contains approximately 30 pieces.

Project below by artist Dayton Allen.

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Pros : These are a really pretty bright red and are great for accents, but I thought they were a little pricy for a larger project. Still they are versatile for a lot of different projects.
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