How to create mosaic art, a guide to techniques, tools, design, indoor vs. outdoor materials, substrates, tesserae, color, adhesives, sealers, and delving into the mysteries of grout.
Alcohol ink tiles are a fun project. You can add alcohol inks on tiles and let them dry or light them with a lighter. You can create many variations by using the different alcohol ink techniques.
Revamp an old tabletop by creating a beautiful mosaic! Here are some mosaic tile designs you can use for garden tables. I've also included tips on grouting and sealing the tiles.
Mosaic stepping stones are simple projects that let you be creative while making a desirable piece of art for the garden.
Step-by-step instructions with videos on how to make a fairy bed with modeling clay. Making miniature fairy furniture for a magical fairy bedroom is fun. I also make some covers and pillows on the bed.
Stick pins can be used to fasten a scarf/shawl in place or to decorate a woman's hair when in a upswing style. I made this beautiful and handy pin using a decorative glass bead and some polymer clay.
Learn how to make your own stepping stones! It's an easy craft for kids and adults, and the results are stunning.
Learn how you can make your own mosaic bird baths, tabletops, gazing balls, flowerpots, stepping stones, and more. Find out what materials are needed, what methods are best for completing each mosaic project and how to find inspirational designs...
Ceramic tile mosaics are creative art projects that even the non-artist can conquer. Ceramic tiles can be used to transform almost any surface into a beautiful piece of art.
Create your own Matryoshka style dolls using polymer clay and a pull tab from your recycling bin! Your decorated dolls can then be used as jewelry charms, brooches, key chains, or cheerful figurines.
Shawl pins are popular and used to hold a shawl in place or decorate a knitted sweater, and you may be surprised at how easy it is to make one out of polymer clay! My easy tutorial will show you how!
How to setup a pottery studio for throwing and firing your own pottery. These ideas can give you a headstart on getting yours ready for clay and glazes.