Making "flagstone" tiles out of polymer clay

Making Miniature “Stone” Tiles

I knew I wanted to have my Coventry Cottage’s┬áporch to have “flagstone” flooring and I didn’t want to buy those floor sheets, partially because I’m poor, but mostly because it doesn’t look real enough for me. The next best solution was to make the “stone” tiles and grout them on myself.

This is a short strait forward guide on how I went about creating these tiles using only polymer clay.

I used my left over Sculpey III, flattened it, cut out squares, and textured it with various tools around my house.

Ready to bake the polymer clay

The above image is what it looked right before I popped it in the oven. I didn’t cut them evenly because I wanted them to look like flagstone (or at least fit them like how they do flagstone), so I did go overboard with the texturing.

Free "flagstone" tiles!

I repeated these steps three times and now I have a nice bag of flagstone tiles for free!

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3 Responses to Making Miniature “Stone” Tiles

  1. Lyssa August 28, 2010 at 2:48 am #

    That’s really cool! What a brilliant idea!

    In other news, I may have a gazillion and one sites for you to go procrastinate life on. I will email them to you in a bit.

    PS. Tell life to shush so you can get some mini time in!

  2. Jennifer August 1, 2012 at 11:51 pm #

    How smart! I quite love it! I’m a poor college student so I need cheap ideas! Thank You!

    • Ann August 16, 2012 at 10:06 pm #

      You’re very welcome, Jennifer!

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