The Halloween Tile Mini Mix is a half-pound mix of 3/8-inch vitreous glass tile in black, orange, white, and yellow. This curated assortment contains color numbers 1, 49, 91, and 95 of our Morjo™ Vitreous minis.
These tiles are vitreous glass, but the colors chosen have a solid pigment density. As a result, these tiles have great clarity and opacity. The grooved side bonds adhesive more securely and also makes for easier cutting. Competitively priced yet suitable for fine art, they are also UV resistant and factory certified for commercial exteriors, swimming pools, backsplashes, showers, murals, as well as art-&-craft projects like mosaic stepping stones. For an organized design you can set aside and rework, use a mounting grid.
Mini Halloween Glass Mosaic Tile Assortment 10MV 8oz
- tile size: 3/8 inch (10mm)
- thickness: 1/8 nominal (4mm)
- sales unit: 1/2 pound (~approximately 325 pieces)
- material: vitreous glass
- pigments: colorfast, UV resistant
- durability: frost-proof, impervious to liquid
- usage: suitable for indoor and outdoor use
Each half-pound bag will cover approximately .45 square feet assuming a standard grout gap of approximately 1/32 inch. Most Mosaic Mounting Paper is 1.15 square feet and requires 841 tiles (29 tiles x 29 tiles). Use our tile estimator to calculate how much you need for your project.
Tile thickness is 1/8 inch nominal, the same as most of the glass mosaic tile we sell, which means that these can mix and match with other types and brands.
Cutting Glass Tile
We recommend the Mosaic Glass Cutter for cutting all types of glass mosaic tile including these. Note, however, that there is a limit to how small they can be cut. Due to their tapered edges, small pieces will tend to tip over. We advise cutting halves, quarters, and diagonal triangles, and not much smaller than that. For creating outlines and other details, check out our Rectangle Border Tiles or our Outliners Mosaic Sticks™.
How To Make Mosaics
For more advice on designing your mosaic project or mounting, cutting, and grouting tile, please see our page of Mosaic Frequently Asked Questions or our Mosaic Information Guide, which lists instructional pages described by topic. We also post new articles about making mosaics at our How to Mosaic Blog.