Left over tile
Make an electric fireplace look legit. Built a frame from 2x4s. Yes over engineer it because those suckers are heavy. Veneer with plywood. Choose your tile and put on with liquid nails. I used antique roman 4x4s on the top and prehung mosaic tiles for the front (though i wish i had done all 4x4s) Make sure the front pieces hang off the left and right the depth of the tile that will be placed on the side. Same with the front for the top tiles. Only grout if you want, I didn't. on the back side, use brackets to connect the fireplace to the frame so it doesn't fall over.
DIY coasters, using glass tile. We have backsplash tiles left over!! Now our coasters will match the kitchen!!
Make the most of wallpaper; save left over wallpaper to make colorful corkboards; plain corkboard tiles are cheap and can be found in a variety of sizes at craft stores.
Im really gonna do this. We have so many left over tiles. Line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet. But the main thing was the picture..reminded me of you and your current project🔨
Morgan's Maple Tile approx. 6x6 (one cent) Maple leaf (free) Acorn (free) yo-yos (left over fabric) ribbon (left over) Permanent marker Acrylic paint (squiggles around the tile) I found this tile on clearance. I decoupaged the leaf to the tile, wrote a little poem across the top and bottom of the tile, hot glued ribbon, yo-yo and acorn to the chipped corner of the tile. POEM: A maple leaf from my Poppi's tree A gift sent from him to me