If one of your resolutions is to bring more creativity into your life, think Pique Assiette Mosaic Tile!
Due to its random nature, anyone can do it!
Really, you’re just gluing stuff to other stuff. Besides, it can be a very cheap hobby … or not. Depends on how obsessed you become.
To get started, find a space to call your own and stock it with the right tile tools, materials and adhesives.
Start small and you’ll grow from there … believe me.
Best mosaic tile tools …
#1 Wheeled Glass Nippers have a set of disc shaped wheels on spring-loaded handles. They should be used to cut glass, mirror, glass tiles, and the like in a manner similar to tile nippers. Replacement wheels are sold separately.
#2 Mosaic Tile Cutter are designed for cutting ceramic tiles, crockery and china. Better tile nippers have tungsten-carbide cutting edges and spring-loaded handles.
#3 Weldbond Adhesive, e6000 Adhesive, Mastic and Grout
Always good to have nearby:
- Small Penny Hammer
- Wire Cutter
- Needle Nose Pliers
- Self-closing tweezers (a little more expensive than regular tweezers but well worth the investment.) Make sure to keep them glue free!
- Toothpicks or wooden skewers
- Popsicle sticks
- Paper Towel
- SAFETY GLASSES
Now all you need is a base, tile and some found objects. Ta da.