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Wall Plaque - Eagle with Stars & StripesWall Plaque - Stars & StripesWall Plaque - ValentineTile - Flowers 1Tile - Flower 2

 

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Birdbath TopStepping Stone - HeartArborArbor: Close-up of inground birdbath 
The Wall Plaques are made with E-Zee Stone that was poured over the glass in a heart shaped mold [approx 12'x12']. They are approximately 1/4" thick with an embedded hanging hook on the back. 
These tiles were made with E-Zee Stone that was poured over the glass using rectangular or square storage containers as molds. They are approximately 1/4" thick. An excellent project for the beginner or expert.
The birdbath top was created by gluing scrap glass for the mosaic and lots of glass beads to a purchased top and then grouted. It is inset into a large standing flower pot.
The stepping stone was created by gluing scrap glass for the mosaic and lots of glass beads to a purchased stone and then grouted in a matching color.
The tiny flower pot was created using thin strips of glass cut to fit the height of the pot. The brown glass nuggets and strips were glued to the outside of the terra cotta pots including small mosaic pieces on the bottom. Floral foam was cut to size and inserted into the pots to hold artificial flowers in place.
Arbor: E-Zee Stone was poured into a  plastic  container and the arbor structure inserted. Some large white stones were placed into the mixture at this time. After approximately 20 minutes a small terra cotta saucer was inserted into the mixture underneath the arbor. Iridescent marbles were placed in the area around the rim of the saucer and the mixture pushed to cover any crevices. The remaining black, white and flat iridized marbles were placed into the mixture, also. Fingers were used to form the mixture around the stones.

 

 

 

 

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