homemade mosaic tiles. so easy!

Make your own mosaic tiles in any color- with wood glue, paint, and plaster, using a rubber car mat as a mould! /// i love mosaics. i will have to figure out something better than a car mat. and i think i have an idea.

talk about an inexpensive project...all you need is an old magazine that's laying around and Elmer's glue

Recycled Magazine Crosses - This would be a great, easy craft for Sunday School or Vacation Bible School. kids could even make them as a fundraiser

Light-switch plate mosaic- love the different textures and shades of blue..

Light-switch plate mosaic-i hate all the boring lightswitch covers in my living room!

stained glass

I love this! Go to this site and see a whole lot of ideas for terra cotta pot bird bath! Really pretty! Love this mosaic birdbath!

These adorable crochet flip-flops are perfect for summer, and show off those adorable baby toes!

Crochet Baby Flip Flop Sandals - FREE crochet pattern for these adorable baby sandals……. These are so cute for a little baby girl….

Old windows and chalkboard love!

Repurposed windows and chalk board paint. Inspiration for our old windows and stairway upstairs. Also hang black & white photos in window frames.

I need another old window...

Love this. Now I just need to find an old window. I Am Momma - Hear Me Roar: Old Window Turned Picture Frame

A plastic ceiling tile meant to cover fluorescent lights, cut down and inserted into a box for organizing and carrying markers.

"A plastic ceiling tile meant to cover fluorescent lights, cut down and inserted into a box for organizing and carrying copic markers." But not only for copic it can be used for any other marker or color pencils

Live Simply, Love Generously, Care Deeply, Speal Kindly

Items similar to live simply - love generously - care deeply - speak kindly ORIGINAL ART on Etsy

Mosaic WELCOME Sign. via Etsy.

All of the lettering is done in shades of blue, outlined in black. The tesserae includes tiny tiles, seed beads, glass beads in a variety of shapes and textures, glass tile and ceramic tiles

Third grade students observed and drew sunflowers in a composition that filled the space of their paper. Then, they applied layers of crayon, coloring heavily and blending colors. After wrinkling their paper to crack the wax, they applied paint and then rinsed it off to create a batik-like effect. Beautiful!

Students drew sunflowers from observation and applied thick layers of crayon. After wrinkling their paper to crack the wax, they applied paint and then rinsed it off.

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