Mosaic mania: Make a mosaic masterpiece for indoors, too

While I’ve shared tips and techniques for Mosaic Garden Balls this week, mosaics have a place indoors, too. Mosaic master Kathleen George shares a couple of ideas for creating mosaics that I would love to have in my home – how about you? You can DIY these mosaics yourself if you follow the tutorials on StyrofoamCrafts.com – just click on the links below.

how to make a mosaic from glass pieces and a foam ball

Glass Mosaic Spheres displayed indoors on a nightstand.

These Glass Mosaic Spheres could be displayed out in the garden, but I would want them inside where I could admire them daily.

how to make mosaic garden balls from a foam ball and glass tiles

Glass Mosaic Sphere in shades of red.

How about turning a Mosaic Sphere into a China Mosaic Topiary?

how to make a broken china mosaic using a foam ball

China Mosaic Topiary

And for the finale, the Mosaic Seashell Wreath. Pottery shards, tile leaves and beach finds combine to create this soothing wreath. If you have a beach vacation planned for this summer, bring home a few treasures you can use to make a Mosaic Seashell Wreath.

How to make a seashell mosaic wreath

Mosaic Seashell Wreath

This week has been all about making mosaics for indoors and out. Mosaics from broken china, tile, pebbles, and all sorts of found items. Lots of ideas and tutorials for making mosaic garden balls using tile, pebbles, broken china, etc. See CraftsnCoffee.com for the mosaic DIY.

Do you think you’ll make a mosaic this weekend? Or do you have other crafty plans? (I have fabric on my desk, beads on the dining room table, and STYROFOAM Brand Foam & lots of other goodies on the basement craft table — what do I tackle first??)

Happy crafting.

Sharon

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3 Responses to Mosaic mania: Make a mosaic masterpiece for indoors, too

  1. Lisa M says:

    Love the mosaics. I am making paper backpacks for teacher gifts. 🙂

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