I've wanted to expand my stamping to include things like home decor. So far I've just done some candles, candle holders & a candy dish. Years ago I bought blank porcelain ornaments & coasters (stamp company no longer in business) & a clock to be decorated/stamped. Don't want to ruin them, so there they sit with nothing done. However, I found a plain $2 tile on sale, so ruining it didn't scare me. I also decided to stamp on paper & then attach it--could be redone as many times as needed. Turned out, I just did it once & am pretty happy with the result. This is my entry for the Stampendous! Sept Challenge to use heat embossing. When I began stamping years ago, I heat embossed almost everything & I still love it. I began by painting the tile with one of my neglected Lumiere metallic acrylic paints--Pewter. The stamped piece started with white cardstock with VersaFine Smokey Gray added with a small foam tool (don't know what it's called). Then I very lightly stamped Stampendous! Elegant Borders image in the left upper & right lower corners with the same ink--can't really tell now. Next the vintage image from the cling Cold Pair set was heat embossed in black & the words were stamped in Memento Nautical Blue. Memento Elderberry was very lightly & randomly sponged on the piece & then a thin coat of Glue & Seal was painted over it. Stampendous! boss gloss ink (just got a bottle for $1.50 at the "garage sale" my LSS puts on!) was daubed onto the edges of the tile & the stamped piece so that Stampendous! aged silver embossing enamel could be added & heated. Love the look! After I attached the stamped piece to the tile, I added a little more of the enamel & then swiped it with StazOn Jet Black. Final step was to die cut the Cuttlebug snowflakes, ink them with the same colors, add some Distress Stickles Rock Candy & the Rain Dots & glue them to the corner. The Michael's ribbon was just right for the hanger since it isn't a bright silver. Now I wish I'd bought more tiles--guess I have to go shopping again--LOL! I always look forward to hearing your thoughts, so thanks for taking time to share them with me. Hope your day is going well.