DescriptionROY 12mm U-Mix [43+47+117] Mosaic Tile Assortment is a bundle of 3 tile colors (0.55 lb each) that you mix yourself to create an assortment. You receive 3 bags of mosaic tile (approx 175 pieces per bag), adding up to over 500 tiles total. This amount covers approximately 1 square foot with a standard grout gap of 1/16 inch. The numbers in the assortment name indicate each color in the mix. These assortments come as separate individual colors so that artists can tweak the ratios while mixing or arranging in gradients to create unique results.
Colors included: 43-Yellow, 47-Fiery Orange, and 117-Primary Red. Shop individual 12mm glass mosaic tile colors here.
3-Color U-Mix 12mm Mosaic Tile Assortment
- tile size: 12mm (~1/2 inch)
- thickness: 1/8 nominal (4mm). Compatible with other brands.
- sales unit: (3) 1/2-lb bags of individual colors
- yield: 1.65-lb assortment, 500+ tiles.
- material: glass
- variety: recycled glass
- pigments: colorfast, UV resistant
- durability: frost-proof, impervious to liquid
- usage: suitable for indoor and outdoor use
The complete 1.65-lb tile assortment covers about 1 square foot with a standard grout gap of 1/16 inch.
These recycled glass tiles have a nominal industry-standard thickness of 1/8 inch (4mm) and therefore can combine with most other tile types and brands.
Cutting Morjo 12mm Glass Mosaic Tile
Morjo Recycled Glass Tile cuts like butter into tiny pieces using a pair of Mosaic Glass Cutters. You can make tiny cubes without a lot slivers or cutting waste. This makes them ideal for mini mosaics or rendering small details in larger work. See our square coasters for a mini mosaic base!
Making Mosaic Art with U-Mix Assortments
U-Mix tile assortments give artists the unique option to customize their color blend between 3 separate colors. They provide an inspiring range of mosaic color palettes including landscape, monochromatic, pastel, and colorful themes to start a new project.
How To Make Mosaics
For more advice on making mosaic art, please see our Mosaic Frequently Asked Questions page, the How To Mosaic blog, or our Mosaic Information Guide.