a Muse #1. Has to be Marlene Hurley Marshall author of the book “Making Bits & Pieces Mosaics” – Circa 1998 – all it took was a few pages to inspire me to glue objects, china and glass. The book is out of print but copies are still available online. Making Bits & Pieces Mosaics
I couldn’t get enough of her bits and pieces mosaic tile table and ended up creating a few of my own.
Making Bits & Pieces Mosaics Look for Marlene’s book … you’ll love it. #2. My fourth grade teacher Mrs. Kloth who loved sharing her passion for art, found objects and glue. #3. Simon Rodia “The Watts Tower of Simon Rodia” #4. Laurel Skye Designs #5. Isaiah Zagar #6. Beatrice Wood #7. Grandma Prisbrey’s and her Bottle Village #8. Hannah Hoch #9. Joseph Cornell #10. Andy Warhol
Quite a mixed bag, if I do say so myself.
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Organizing and found the little video of a Pique Assiette Mosaic Tile Frame from back in the day. Fun stuff.
Princess Demi Cup – SOLD
Princess Demi Cup – Sold Like this: Like Loading...
Glue pieces of things to other things with the best adhesive.
Let it dry for 24-36 hours.
Grout on. Grout off, repeat again and again until it’s shiny and clean. Let dry & seal.
“The humblest tasks get beautified if loving hands do them.” ―
Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
didn’t grout and that’s okay. sold.
P.S. Regarding the vintage mosaic tile images that were used in this post. These images have no known origin and have been in a craft box of mine since birth. :-)Thank you.
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