My first Vinyl Tile. I was surprised how easy they are to make and I think they turn out very classy looking. I bought the floor tile at Home Depot for a few dollars and the easel from Hobby Lobby for $3.00. Here are some instructions I found on www.ehow.com
1-Lay your tile piece on the table or on a flat, hard, even surface where you can work on your craft.
2-Gently clean off any dust or residue on the tile with a clean, lint-free cloth. If you have to use a damp cloth, then make sure you dry off the tile before attempting to apply the vinyl letters.
3-In order to get your letters evenly placed, it is a good idea to pre-measure the location of the lettering with a level ruler and mark the position with a pencil.
4-Place your sheet of vinyl letters on the flat, hard work surface and rub over the letters with the edge of the plastic spatula. Rub over the entire message or word so that the letters adhere to the sticky transfer sheet.
5-Remove the white backing so you are left with the letters on your transfer tape. Keep the sheet in an upright position so that the sticky tape does not touch anything.
6-Lightly position your sticky tape on your tile and place it in the desired area. Once it sticks it is stuck so make sure you are placing it in the right place. Pay attention to your pencil markings.
7-Rub over the lettering once again with your plastic spatula. Press down on each letter individually to make sure the letters are transferring onto the tile surface.
8-Gently peel away your transfer tape while paying close attention to make sure the letters are sticking to the tile. If you have some letters that are not transferring correctly then stop peeling, place the tape back over the letter and rub it again with the spatula until it releases from the tape.
9-Once your letters have been transferred onto the tile then you can proudly display it in your home using a metal easel or by hanging it on the wall.