Wholesale accounts available for mosaic businesses.



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How to Qualify for a Wholesale Account

Posted by Juanita Canzoneri on

Here is how to get set up with a wholesale account at Kismet Mosaic.   Please email information about your business to info@kismetmosaic.com. Be sure to include the following: Physical address of your business (home address qualifies if your studio is in your home); Contact information: phone, email; Website URL if you have one; What type of mosaic work you do--i.e., teach, sell your artwork, create commission works, public art, etc.; Do you have a tax license from your state or a Federal EIN? I don't need to know the numbers, just if you have them; Anything else you want to...

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Frugal Packing Materials

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Check out our newest video. As a way of cutting overhead in our shipping, we upcycle some of our materials to give them new lives and send them out into the world.

 

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Mosaic Coaster Kit Instructions

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Converting from warehouse to retail

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In spring 2020 we began the process of converting the warehouse from loose tile to pre-bagged product. This turned out to be a huge help as a labor saving help during cancer treatment recovery. Now that most of the product is bagged the process has moved to preparing the space for retail sales. The idea is that, once we're able to reopen, customers will be able to shop the whole warehouse rather than the small retail area we used to have. To that end we're in the process of putting bar code tags on all the products. The product bin is...

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Removing dried on glue/adhesive

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This question came in recently: "I was wondering how I get dried glue off belli button rounds"   Here's my overlong answer:   It depends on the type of glue that's on them. (I'm also assuming that the tile are loose and not part of a mosaic piece.) If it's a water-based glue (Weldbond, Elmers, Tacky Glue) you can put them in water and soak them until the glue turns white and wipe it off. Solvent-based adhesives (silicone, E600, Dazzle Tac) you can scrape off with a knife. Cement-based adhesives (thinset, concrete, mortar) you will want to chip off with...

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