Faux Tin Tiles

These colorful faux tin tiles are made out of a disposable aluminum cookie sheet! Tutorial and free patterns are on my site.
faux tin tiles, painting, tiling
faux tin tiles, painting, tiling
faux tin tiles, painting, tiling
Susan Myers

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  • Carleen
    on Feb 25, 2017

    Absolutely fabulous! Any cookie sheets I have seen have many embossed patterns all over by the manufacturer. I am wondering if yours did as well, and if so, how did you eliminate them. I tried and failed. Thank you. CC

    • Susan Myers
      on Feb 26, 2017

      Hi Carleen, check party supply stores like Party City. You can use the lids from buffet warmers. They are less than a dollar and have no embossed patterns.

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  • Trisha Jones
    on May 31, 2014

    Love this! Thank you for sharing :)

  • Nancy J
    on Jul 15, 2015

    oh my gosh! I have the perfect wrought iron frame (my sister found it on the sidewalk on trash day) it has a"lip?" for lack of a better word, behind it, I think maybe there was mirrored glass there before. Do you think that I could use foam core board instead of cork? I really love this idea!!!!! Also, was the spray primer white, gray? Could I use a clear matte spray?

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