Purple Tile and Stained Glass Mosaic Tile Lightswitch Covers

Inspired by Amy

Amy asked me to re-create a switchplate cover that had sold. I had most of the materials, with the exception of the light purple bead border. Oh darn, bonus trip to the craft store. There goes any profit that may have been associated with this project. 😉

lightswitch coverLearned that light gray light switch covers are way better than white ones. 🙂 They blend.

switchplate cover Used pink iridescent stained glass tile,purple glass hearts,iridescent purple glass gems,silver tapestry tile and a string of silver ball chain. Finished with charcoal grout and sealed.

switchplate-coversCopies of artwork certainly look more organized than flying by the seat of your pants.

light switch cover art Already had the glue out so I created a couple more light switch covers, with my cherished and now retired silver tapestry.

Went with my first thought which ended up being nickels. Why nickels? Couldn’t tell you and who am I to argue?  It worked. “Now You Have Two Nickels to Rub Together.”

light switch coverGot bored with the pink iridescent tile so I grabbed the first thing I walked up to and ended up with red glass hearts,silver and blue iridescent tiles and gems. Both of these fabulous little works of wall art have been listed at the shop for sale.

light switch covers

In honor of the difficulties of shipping and receiving from Italy … which I sadly will never try again.

ciao bella

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3 thoughts on “Inspired by Amy”

  1. It’s beautiful. I have been trying find something to do that is relatively easy to try to accomplish and at the same time give me a glimmer of hope that I can do it.

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