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DECORATIVE GARDEN TILES. DECORATIVE GARDEN


DECORATIVE GARDEN TILES. CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATING IDEAS RIBBON.



Decorative Garden Tiles





decorative garden tiles






    decorative
  • Relating to decoration

  • (decoratively) in a decorative manner; "used decoratively at Christmas"

  • Serving to make something look more attractive; ornamental

  • (decorativeness) an appearance that serves to decorate and make something more attractive

  • cosmetic: serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"





    garden
  • A large public hall

  • work in the garden; "My hobby is gardening"

  • a plot of ground where plants are cultivated

  • A piece of ground, often near a house, used for growing flowers, fruit, or vegetables

  • Ornamental grounds laid out for public enjoyment and recreation

  • the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden





    tiles
  • (tile) a thin flat slab of fired clay used for roofing

  • Cover (something) with tiles

  • Arrange (two or more windows) on a computer screen so that they do not overlap

  • (tile) a flat thin rectangular slab (as of fired clay or rubber or linoleum) used to cover surfaces

  • (tile) cover with tiles; "tile the wall and the floor of the bathroom"











decorative garden tiles - 8" X




8" X 12" Hand Painted Decorative Ceramic Tile Art - Sunflower Garden


8" X 12" Hand Painted Decorative Ceramic Tile Art - Sunflower Garden



Our Tile Art is hand-crafted, painted and kiln fired to insure quality, beauty, and integrity. Our Tile Art will last forever (if not broken) and come with a very glossy, glazed finish. They ship ready to hang or stand (built in stand). The tiles may also easily be used as a traditional building tile. They are the perfect way to brighten up a kitchen back splash or bathroom mosaic, create a beautiful table or tiled floor, or just used for home/business decor! Our products are created through a unique process called tube-lining. It takes a lot of time and patience, an artist draws many details throughout a blank white-fired tile with special tools loaded with a fluid clay. This placed clay acts as a color barrier that contains the over-glazes painted into the sections. Next the tile is hand-painted with rich colorful glazes that set within the clay lines. At this point, the tile is complete and needs to be kiln fired. We put our tiles through an elaborate kiln fire process. They are cooked then cooled throughout several cycles lasting 24 hours. During this kiln firing process, our kilns reach temperatures of over 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. This creates very detailed lines and preserves the colors to last.










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Zen Garden tile - Fields of Gold 7-7-11




Zen Garden tile - Fields of Gold 7-7-11





Zen Garden Tile: "Fields of Gold"
12” H X 10” W X 2” D
Buff clay body with manganese and coconut fiber
Cone 010 oxidation (electric kiln)

The physical properties of coconut fiber show that the pH of the slurry is slightly acidic, approximately 6.2 or so. The weight loss on ignition at 1607 F (875 C) averages around 37.40% for coconut fiber, depending on how it is processed. The weight loss on ignition is a measure of the carbon content lost during combustion and measures the effectiveness of the fiber as a filler and clay body additive. In general, the higher the weight-loss values, the greater the reinforcing potential of the coconut fiber. The coconut fiber used in this clay body was from Zoo Med Laboratories, Inc., and sold as Eco Earth as bedding for reptiles and amphibians. To eliminate excessively long fibers it was screened to 16 mesh prior to use. The resultant clay body was nice and smooth and had good adhesion and joining properties. Greenware strength was excellent, there was no warpage during drying, and the tile fired nicely leaving slight texture from the coconut fiber burn-out.











Zen garden tile 2 buff clay body with coconut fibers 6-2011




Zen garden tile 2 buff clay body with coconut fibers 6-2011





Greenware - Zen Garden Tile: "Fields of Gold"

Buff clay body with manganese and coconut fiber

The physical properties of coconut fiber show that the pH of the slurry is slightly acidic, approximately 6.2 or so. The weight loss on ignition at 1607 F (875 C) averages around 37.40% for coconut fiber, depending on how it is processed. The weight loss on ignition is a measure of the carbon content lost during combustion and measures the effectiveness of the fiber as a filler and clay body additive. In general, the higher the weight-loss values, the greater the reinforcing potential of the coconut fiber. The coconut fiber used in this clay body was from Zoo Med Laboratories, Inc., and sold as Eco Earth as bedding for reptiles and amphibians. To eliminate excessively long fibers it was screened to 16 mesh prior to use. The resultant clay body was nice and smooth and had good adhesion and joining properties. Greenware strength was excellent, there was no warpage during drying, and the tile fired nicely leaving slight texture from the coconut fiber burn-out.









decorative garden tiles








decorative garden tiles




Kid's Step Stone Kit






Item is in stock and ready to ship.

What a great way to make an impression. This Kids' Step Stone Kit includes everything you need to make a wonderful stepping stone: StoneCraft mix (containing Portland Cement and silica sand), rainbow rocks, glass gems and glitter, and a craft stick for writing. Kids will love making pictures of gardens and rainbows, or immortalize their very own handprint--just like the stars. A winner of the 1998 Parents Choice Approval stamp. Adult supervision required. --Andrea Linsky










See also:

pig decor for kitchen

outdoor chirstmas decorations

wine and grape kitchen decor

decorating ideas for kids bathrooms

decorating a media room

beach party decoration ideas

1950's kitchen decor



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