Kit Kraft mirror tiles are perfect for wall and ceiling coverings, mosaic art, making disco ball costumes, DIY disco balls and more. Choose from a wide variety of sizes, from our most popular 1/2” sheets to rows and sheets of larger sizes. Our mirrored glass tiles are fixed to a durable cloth backing material then hand cut into square or rectangular tiles. We also offer quality loose mirrored tiles in squares and circles. Shop our large selection below, or see our guide on how to use mirror tiles for your creative projects.
How to use Mirror TilesImportant info on applying our fabric backed glass mirror tiles to any surface.
The product arrived quickly and without any issues. Looks beautiful on the completed project.
These 1 inch mirror squares are going to frame larger mirror squares over a dark window to create more light. They are the perfect size and solution. Thank you Kit Kraft for having a great site and products.
What a brilliant reflection these offer. I have shared this site with my crafters group as I find this item a tremendous good deal and a beautiful option to actual glass. These are lighter in weight than glass which offers easier adhesion when using typical crafter or hot glues. The only comment I might add is the color is more of a brassy gold and not a rose gold I was needing. This does not take away from the wonderful product and they will be used in an upcoming project. I did also purchase the rose gold mirrors from another vendor to compare the product for reflection and color. There is no difference in reflection or quality of product. Very beautiful.
I was hesitant in ordering these as I wasn't sure, because they are plastic, if they would look cheesy on a craft item. So wrong! They are absolutely beautiful and if you didn't know, you couldn't tell the difference between actual mirror glass and these that are plastic. I will use them in creating a picture of a grand piano as accent pieces. Highly recommend.
Reply from Kit Kraft:
Thank you so much your recommendation of these mirror tiles. We'd love to see photos of how your grand piano picture turned out!