The Stars and Stripes Pencil Mirror from Mosaic Works. This mosaic inspiration is from my favorite mosaic blog. Details and specs:


The Stars and Stripes Pencil Mirror
2012
40.25” in diameter. Weight 30lbs

The School House SeriesMosaiced frame is 10.5” wide and made with hand cut red and blue vitreous glass tiles, red and blue glass seed beads, chained crystal rhinestone (imported from The Czech Republic) and 231 stars and stripes pencils (with ASSEMBLED IN CANADA printed on each one).The actual mirror is 19.25” in diameter with a 1” bevel.

The Stars and Stripes Pencil Mirror from Mosaic Works. This mosaic inspiration is from my favorite mosaic blog. Details and specs:

The Stars and Stripes Pencil Mirror
2012
40.25” in diameter. Weight 30lbs
The School House Series

Mosaiced frame is 10.5” wide and made with hand cut red and blue vitreous glass tiles, red and blue glass seed beads, chained crystal rhinestone (imported from The Czech Republic) and 231 stars and stripes pencils (with ASSEMBLED IN CANADA printed on each one).
The actual mirror is 19.25” in diameter with a 1” bevel.
freeawesomesauce:

what i love about it the most is that with a gif, it’s perfectly explained. i call for more DIY gifs.

Truebluemeandyou: You could do this for canvas wall art, but is it just me or is the colored tape more interesting?

freeawesomesauce:

what i love about it the most is that with a gif, it’s perfectly explained. i call for more DIY gifs.

Truebluemeandyou: You could do this for canvas wall art, but is it just me or is the colored tape more interesting?

DIY Glass TileMosaic Tree Wall Art Tutorial. Finally a project I voted for over at One Artsy Mama (the Mod Podge Challenge) won and I’m so glad it was Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects! This is one of those projects that is so cheap to make and requires patience and the right photo, but the final result is worth it. Find the tutorial from Happy Hour Projects here.

DIY Glass TileMosaic Tree Wall Art Tutorial. Finally a project I voted for over at One Artsy Mama (the Mod Podge Challenge) won and I’m so glad it was Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects! This is one of those projects that is so cheap to make and requires patience and the right photo, but the final result is worth it. Find the tutorial from Happy Hour Projects here.