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Ornament Tile


Hello all, Monica here today to share a project I made to the December theme…

a2z monthly challenge

I decided to try something new (at least for me) and heat emboss on a ceramic tile. I could use a little more practice and work on the details,  but I still like the way it turned out. I wiped the surface and added some anti-static powder, even though powder stuck where I didn’t really want it too.


I tried to carefully wipe away as much powder as I could from where I didn’t want it. I then started to heat it up with my embossing gun. The heating portion did take longer than it does on paper, since I’m working on a tile. I finished it off by adding a piece of cork on the back to protect any surface that I may lay it on.


I tried to get  close up, so you could see the sparkle from the embossing powder. This is a lot of fun and I think I know what I’ll be making for some gifts in the future!

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                     Ornament stamps (Retired)
   Tile and VersaMark ink

4 thoughts on “Ornament Tile

  1. Wow! This is a creative idea for diy project. Thanks for sharing it!

  2. I like that you’re stretching yourself–I’ve never done embossing on tile, but this would be fun to color with sharpies or copics!

  3. WoW, Thinking out of the box. COOOOL.

  4. I’ve done stamping on ceramic tile with Staz-On, but never knew you could emboss. I was wondering if the tile was glazed (i.e. shiny), and how well the embossing stayed put once you heated it. Really neat look at any rate. Tfs! 🙂 ~ Andrea

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