- Make mosaic frames, decorative panels, tabletops, shelves, switch plates, pavers, bird houses, and more
- A creative way to remake and reuse household items
- Includes a gallery of colorful finished pieces and details on 20 different projects
Mosaics made with ceramic tile, stained glass, or any number of found objects are a stylish and popular way to add a decorative flair to your home. This detailed guide for beginners presents hundreds of step-by-step photos that show exactly how to make your own mosaics. Included are instructions for planning a design, cutting and affixing tiles, mixing and applying grout, and finishing your creation. It covers both the direct and indirect methods.
About the Author:
Martin Webb is a mosaics specialist who lives in Charles Town, West Virginia.
Sherrye Landrum, the editor of Basic Quilting and Basic Trap and Skeet Shooting, is based in Williamsburg, Virginia.
140 pages, 418 color photos