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A complete mosaic course in one book! Making Mosaics offers both the "basics" of the craft, as well as 15 attractive projects to create. The "Getting Started" section clearly outlines the materials and tools used in the projects, including vitreous glass and unglazed ceramic tiles, as well as how-to techniques for nipping tiles, prepping surfaces, laying tile and grouting. The 15 projects were designed to offer variety in style, materials, and skill level.

Projects include: plaques, planters, tea trays, trivets, trinket boxes and more. Simple step-by-step instructions and large how-to photos ensure a crafter's success. Within each project, important details are shown with close-up photos for added clarity. Artist's tips provide professional guidance and alternative design ideas for most projects.

Highlights:

  • Mosaic is an art form that can be enjoyed by the beginner as well as the serious professional.
  • Projects appeal to all levels of ability, including easy starter pieces for those just learning the craft.
  • Contains large step-by-step photos with added close-up shots of detailed techniques.
  • Contains inspirational photos with alternative designs. Includes pattern templates for most projects.
  • Includes a source list for products and supplies.

Synopsis:

A complete mosaic course in one book! Making Mosaics offers both the "basics" of the craft, as well as 15 attractive projects to create. The "Getting Started" section clearly outlines the materials and tools used in the projects, including vitreous glass and unglazed ceramic tiles, as well as how-to techniques for nipping tiles, prepping surfaces, laying tile and grouting. The 15 projects were designed to offer variety in style, materials, and skill level.

Projects include: plaques, planters, tea trays, trivets, trinket boxes and more. Simple step-by-step instructions and large how-to photos ensure a crafter's success. Within each project, important details are shown with close-up photos for added clarity. Artist's tips provide professional guidance and alternative design ideas for most projects.

Highlights:

  • Mosaic is an art form that can be enjoyed by the beginner as well as the serious professional.
  • Projects appeal to all levels of ability, including easy starter pieces for those just learning the craft.
  • Contains large step-by-step photos with added close-up shots of detailed techniques.
  • Contains inspirational photos with alternative designs. Includes pattern templates for most projects.
  • Includes a source list for products & supplies.

About the Author

The editors of Creative Publishing international have created dozens of best-selling titles in the fields of crafting, sewing, home repair, home improvement, home decor, and landscaping.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781589230842
Author:
Cheek, Martin
Publisher:
Creative Publishing International
Location:
Minnetonka, MN
Subject:
Pottery & Ceramics
Subject:
Technique
Subject:
Mosaics
Subject:
Mosaic
Subject:
General Crafts & Hobbies
Subject:
Crafts-Ceramic Technique
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paper Text
Series:
Step-By-Step Crafts
Publication Date:
20021131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
96
Dimensions:
11.18x8.44x.32 in. .96 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by ,
A complete mosaic course in one book! Making Mosaics offers both the "basics" of the craft, as well as 15 attractive projects to create. The "Getting Started" section clearly outlines the materials and tools used in the projects, including vitreous glass and unglazed ceramic tiles, as well as how-to techniques for nipping tiles, prepping surfaces, laying tile and grouting. The 15 projects were designed to offer variety in style, materials, and skill level.

Projects include: plaques, planters, tea trays, trivets, trinket boxes and more. Simple step-by-step instructions and large how-to photos ensure a crafter's success. Within each project, important details are shown with close-up photos for added clarity. Artist's tips provide professional guidance and alternative design ideas for most projects.

Highlights:

  • Mosaic is an art form that can be enjoyed by the beginner as well as the serious professional.
  • Projects appeal to all levels of ability, including easy starter pieces for those just learning the craft.
  • Contains large step-by-step photos with added close-up shots of detailed techniques.
  • Contains inspirational photos with alternative designs. Includes pattern templates for most projects.
  • Includes a source list for products & supplies.

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