Flowers

I made this mosaic for Nita's adopted granddaughter, who's recently had her eighth birthday. Naturally I wasn't organised in time, so I'm sending the heart I just made for her baby sister, and this one, together as gifts as birthdays are special, and it's not the same if little sis gets a present too. Maybe... Continue Reading →

Small Mosaic Heart

I've made this one for my friend's granddaughter. Nita passed away last September and she was so proud of her first grandchild and absolutely adored her. When I came across this small heart backing in my cupboard, I immediately decided to make something for Poppet. I loved her Grandma dearly and we had a bond... Continue Reading →

Mosaic Abstract Table

I absolutely LOVE this mosaic tabletop, made by Piglet in Portugal. Stunning colours and design!

Piglet in Portugal

My most ambitious project to date is this mosaic table which is 19″ (48cm) diameter. I’d observed other members of the mosaic class create some fantastic designs so decided to give it a try. I knew my biggest challenge would be cutting the stained glass to specific shapes which then all linked together, so accuracy was critical. All my previous projects were simple and used scrap squares and cutting to shape was minimal.

Abstract coffee table - design Mosaic Abstract Table – design

After looking through various books in class I found this design. I liked the design’s simplicity and flexibility, plus it looked relatively easy. We marked out the design on the glass table top with the aid of various circular items such as biscuit tins, mugs, lamps and jam jars to name a few.

Abstract Table: Work in Progress Mosaic Abstract Table: Work in Progress

Once I had a rough outline, I chose the colours for the largest…

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Nita’s Garden

I'd wanted to make a mosaic in memory of Nita and was inspired by a recent photo of a pale flowering Iris Nita had given to her son and daughter in law. Nita loved her garden and flowers, and I've included her flowering iris on the bottom left. I wanted the flowers to be bright... Continue Reading →

Why Mosaics?

I've never thought of myself as having an artistic bone in my body, so what the hell am I doing throwing myself into any kind of art form?! And why mosaics? Well, I was sitting waiting for an appointment, and was admiring a large mosaic that covered the front of the reception desk. I've seen... Continue Reading →

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